Madhya Pradesh is ordinarily abbreviated as M.P. in India. Madhya Pradesh is known as the Heart of India due to its area in the middle of the nation. It has been home to the cultural legacy of Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism and so on. Countless landmarks, stunningly carved temples, stupas, forts & royal residences are spotted everywhere throughout the state. Madhya Pradesh was awarded the Best Tourism State Award in 2012.
One third of the state is forested and offers an exceptional and energizing scene of natural life. The natural beauty of Madhya Pradesh is equally varied. Consisting largely of a plateau streaked with the hill ranges of the Vindhyas and the Satpuras, the State has everything.
The state brags of a wide mixture of attractions to suit all traveler tastes, from antiquated temples to national parks & sanctuaries, stupas, forts & palaces, a host of cultural & tourist festivals to awesome venues for global meeting & traditions of worldwide guidelines. The best known tourism results of Madhya Pradesh in worldwide & national tourism market are its legacy & archeological locales, wildlife territories, pilgrimage centers, leisure & business centers & the rich classical, folk & tribal culture. The important destinations are Khajuraho, Kanha, Sanchi, Mandu, Gwalior – Shivpuri, Pachmarhi, Bandhavgarh, Satpura National Park, Pench, Amarkantak, Ujjain, Omkareshwar, Bhedaghat, Orchha & Chitrakoot & the element business focuses of Bhopal & Indore.
Madhya Pradesh has a subtropical atmosphere. Like a large portion of north India, it has a hot dry summer in the middle of April and June, trailed by storm rains in the middle of July and September and a cool and generally dry winter.