Places around Indore with water

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1/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water

Regional Park Indore (officially Atal Bihari Vajpayee Regional Park) is a park located in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Also known as Pipliyapala Park or Indore Regional Park, has been developed by the Indore Development Authority (IDA) and was opened in 2003. Park is located on 80 acres of land with 42 acres for lake and other 38 for other attractions. Park is named after former Prime Minister of India Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. In is within city limits with at a distance of about 6 Kms from Indore city center.

There is a canal, which covers the whole park starting from one point of the ...

2/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water
Chhatri Bagh
Within Indore city limits

Chhatri Bagh is one of the popular tourist attractions of Indore, Madya Pradesh. Chhatri bagh is renowned known for its permanent canopies. The structures were built in rememberance of the family members of the royal Holkar Dynasty. The chhatri primarily comprises a dome shaped cenotaphs with pyramidal spires on the top.

The Chhatri Bagh is a common tourist destination in Indore. An artificial lake has been created in this stretch of the usually dry Khan River. It has been further beautified with a fountain,well laid gardens on both banks and boating facility. The Chhatris are pict...

3/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water
Devguradia Shiva Mandir
15 kms from Indore city limits

Devguradia Shiva Mandir also referred to as Deoguradiya Temple or Dev Garudia Temple is a historic temple which is located a bit far from Indore main city, Madya Pradesh. This temple is very quite spacious and peaceful. It is located some 15 km from Indore main city area.

This place is established on small mountain. Trekking can be done to the top of the hill. The temple was built around 8th Century. There is a small water body in shape of Gaumukh around the temple.

You can visit this place during the festival of Mahashivratri as it is the main festival of temple. During...

4/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water

Krishna Pura Chattris are exquisite cenotaphs of the three later Holkar rulers located in the city of Indore, Madya Pradesh. These memorials in stone are gracefully poised on the banks of the Khan river with their pyramidal spires tapering into soaring kalashas. It is located within city limits, at a distance of about about 14 Kms from the city centre.

Krishna Pura Chattris are memorials built on the cremation spots of the Holkar rulers of Indore. Facing west is the cenotaph built over the ashes of another woman ruler of Malwa. The other two Chhatris are of Tukoji Rao II and Shivaji...

5/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water
Tincha Falls
25 kms from Indore city limits

Tincha falls is a monsoon water fall located near the Tincha village, Indore, Madya Pradesh, from which it derives its name. One can reach Tincha falls on the Simrol-Udainagar Road, by taking a small left deviation. The distance between Tincha falls and Indore is around 20-25 km.

Tincha Falls is a famous monsoon destination amongst the tourists, as the beauty of the falls blooms with the advent of rains. It runs only in monsoon or sometime after that. It remains dry after the season, but place is serene and is an ideal picnic spot.

Far from the city noise and pollution, Tinch...

6/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water
Patalpani Waterfall
36 kms from Indore city limits

The Patalpani waterfall is a beautiful waterfall located a bit far distance from Indore city. It is located in Indore district of Madhya Pradesh. The waterfall is approximately 300 feet high. The area around Patalpani is a popular picnic and trekking spot. Patalpani waterfalls is located 36 kilometers from Indore.

The water flow is highest immediately after the rainy season (usually after July). It goes almost dry in the summer season,and the stream is reduced to a trickle.

Patalpani waterfall is open all days from timings: 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM. It's an ideal place to ge...

7/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water
Sheetlamata Falls
60 kms from Indore city limits

Sheetlamata (also called Sitlamata) Fall is one of the popular water falls near Indore, Madya Pradesh. It is located a bit far from city limits, at a distance of about 60 Kms from Indore city centre.

Nearby from sitla mata fall there are 2-3 natural caves which are stated as the hiding place for Holkar State Pindaris. Personal vehicle or taxi could be the best option to reach this place. It is a beautiful water fall with scenic greenery all around.

Whilst visiting Sheetlamata falls, one should also visit the manpur local market.

Monsoon is the best time to visi...

8/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water
Omkareshwar Temple
107 kms from Indore city limits

Shri Omkareshwar temple is a Hindu temple situated near Indore, Madya Pradesh. It is dedicated to God Shiva. Omkareshwar is at a distance of 107 Km from Indore.

Omkareshwar temple is one of the 12 revered Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. It is on an island called Mandhata or Shivapuri in the Narmada river;the shape of the island is said to be like the Hindu (Om) ॐ symbol. This temple is located in beautifulsurroundings of river Narmada. The temple is very serene.

Omkareshwar is a spiritual place of lord shiva. Visitors can either walk over a footbridge or take a boat ride to go ...

9/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water
Ram Mandir Ghat Ujjain
57 kms from Indore city limits

Ram Mandir Ghat is a famous ghat near Ujjain, Madya Pradesh. This ghat is very much popular for taking holy baths in the Shipra river. The distance between Ram Mandir Ghat and the city of Indore is 57 Kms.

Ram Mandir Ghat is located near the Harsiddhi Temple. The temple of Navagraha, the nine planets, on the Triveni ghat of Shipra is a prominent centre of attraction for the pilgrims. The newly furbished ghat is a pleasure to visit particularly when the 'Sandhya River Aarti' is conducted. A small group of priests have begun this practice lately. The place has been cleaned up and the r...

10/10 Places to Visit in Indore with water

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga is one of the most famous Hindu temples located in the ancient city of Ujjain in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the twelve Jyotirlingams, which are supposed to be the most sacred abodes of Lord Shiva. It is located a distance of 56 Kms from Indore city centre.

The idol of Mahakaleshwar is known to be Dakshinamurti, which means that it is facing the south. The Mahakaleshwar temple is a three-storey temple. There are two types of entrance, one is free entrance. Another is VIP-entrance. The Kunda as well as its water is...