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 Rao, father and son, and are linked by a common oblong prayer hall with ornately carved arches andpillars on high a high platform along the garbha grihas containing life size statues of these rulers.

It is indeed a breath taking sight at night when the monument is illuminated, the Chhatris glow etherally against the dark of the sky. An artificial lake is created in this stretch of the otherwise dry Khan river, complete with a fountain, well laid gardens on both banks and boating facility.

These chhatris also have a Krishna temple which was originally built for the queen. There are statues of the rulers fighting the war,as well as that of musicians, courtiers, etc. An exquisite example of the Maratha architectural style comprise of the Chattris of Indore. The memorials are built in stone and have stood the test of time.

Krishna Pura Chattris is open on all days of the week from timings: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM and 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM. A must visit for history buffs and architecture lovers who visit Indore.