Amarkantak: Where River Narmada and Sone Originates…

Amarkantak is a small but beautiful world famous pilgrim place situated in Anuppur district of Madhya Pradesh. It is nearer to neighbouring state Chhattisgarh and popularly known as Teerathraj ‘King of Pilgrimages’. This beautiful town situated at an altitude of 1000 m. lies at the meeting point of three hill ranges of Central India i.e. […]

Maheshwar: Memorable Journey to Holkar’s Capital

Maheshwar is a historical fort capital located on the bank of river Narmada in Khargone District of Madhya Pradesh. The town was restored to its pre eminent position in the 18th century by the revered Holkar queen, Rani Ahilyabai of Indore. She is credited with having commissioned many temples and fort complex, which still stands […]

Champaner-Pavagadh: UNESCO World Heritage Site

Champaner-Pavagadh, A UNESCO World Heritage site, is situated in the district of Panchmahal of Gujarat state of India. Champaner is a historical city of located at the foothill of Pavagadh Hill. The height of the hill is around 800 m above the sea level.   Pavagadh, a hill fortress, of an early Hindu capital, was […]