Indore is a city in west-central India. It’s known for the 7-story Rajwada Palace and the Lal Baag Palace, which date back to Indore’s 19th-century Holkar dynasty. The Holkar rulers are honored by a cluster of tombs and cenotaphs at Chhatri Baag. The night market Sarafa Bazar sells street food. East is the Indo-Gothic Gandhi Hall and clock tower. The Jain temple Kanch Mandir has a mirrored mosaic interior. The glorious past of the city blends homogeneously with its modern vibe to establish its distinct identity. Situated in the tabular land of Malwa, the Indore city flaunts a pleasant weather throughout the year which quadruples the joy of exploring the vibrant streets & majestic monuments of the place. Due to its uncanny resemblance with the hybrid culture & architectural splendor of Mumbai, it is also mentioned as ‘Mini Bombay’. It is the largest of all the cities of Madhya Pradesh & forms a major industrial hub of central India. Most of the Indore tourist places narrate the story of its historical past dating back to the nineteenth century.