Long famous for the white tiger, this city in Madhya Pradesh also has a strong culinary lineage.
Madhya Pradesh's capital boasts of a delicious food culture.
The woodlands of the two are home to a wide diversity of flora and fauna.
The intricate temple carvings highlight meditation, spiritual teachings, kinship, wrestling, royalty and erotic art, amongst others.
This definitive list should be every foodie’s companion during a visit to M.P. | Text & Photographs by Anurag Mallick and Priya Ganapathy.
The 2,300-year-old Great Stupa is the most ancient Indian stone structure still standing.
Welcome to the Stone Age version of the Louvre.
Scratching the surface of the state’s diverse heritage with its fascinating monuments, tinsel towns and ancient forts and temples.
For the culturally-minded the state offers many attractions, from Gond tribal art and indigenous textiles to royal architecture and symbols of spirituality.
Bandhavgarh National Park is ideal for tiger watching, bird watching and exploring grasslands filled with the wild and spots of heritage.