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Indore experiences typical sub tropical climatic conditions with warn summers and humid monsoon season. The summer months ranging between March and July are warm and sticky with maximum temperatures rising as high as 45 degrees Celsius. However, unlike other places in Central India, the summer nights in Indore are quite pleasant owing to its close proximity to the Malwa plateau. The monsoon season from July-September brings adequate rainfall to Indore making it a little too humid for comfort. The winter season in Indore is pleasantly enjoyable. Average temperatures between October to February range between 8 to 10 degrees Celsius while the mercury may dip to as low as 2 degrees Celsius in December. Indore receives good sunshine in the winter season making it a perfect time to catch up with the cultural richness of this vibrant city.

How To Reach

By Road:

Indore is fairly well connected to different parts of Madhya Pradesh as well as India. Indore lies at the cross section of a number of National and State Highways namely, NH3, NH69, 69A, NH86.Regular bus services are available from Ujjain (55 km), Delhi (800 km) and Mumbai (655 km) to reach Indore.

By Air:

The domestic airport of Indore known as the Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport is located at a distance of 10 Kms from the city center. The Indore airport is well connected to all major Indian cities with regular flights from New Delhi, Mumbai and Bhopal and Chennai. Regular cab and bus services are available outside the Indore airport for the tourists.

By Rail:

Indore Junction Railway Station is located in the main Western zone is an important railway station. Indore railway station has good connectivity of both short distance as well as long distance trains connecting Indore to all major Indian cities and towns. Some of the major trains reaching Indore include the Pune Indore Exp, Mumbai Central Indore AC Duronto Express, Jabalpur-Indore Express and Dehradun-Indore Express. There are direct trains to Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata (Howrah) and Chennai.


The city of Indore located amid the picturesque Narmada Valley on the Malwa plateau is one of the biggest cities of Madhya Pradesh. Famous for its rich cultural heritage and gourmet delights, Indore is also known as the Food city. Known for its magnificent monuments, exuberant festivity and blissful solitude, Indore attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world.


From the Rajputs to the Marathas, Mughals and British empires, Indore has been a cross bed of cultural activity absorbing rich heritage of all ancient cultures making it one of India's most vibrant and colorful cities. From ancient spiritual shrines to magnificent Palaces and archeological marvels, the magic of Indore attracts art lovers, historians and pilgrims alike.


Indore is famed for the unique handicraft articles including a blooming Jute industry that thrives on the local artists and craftsmen. Shopping enthusiasts are recommended to try out the famous Indore Hand block printed fabrics. Indore has a wide variety to offer in terms of its craft work and is a famous hotspot for magnificent Zari work. From Bandhini to Chanderi saris, Indore is a shopper’s paradise offering richness of craft and culture alike.


The local people of Indore reflect the true spirit of unity in diversity and are highly social and progressive and present a beautiful blend of all the cultures. Indore is famous for its wide variety of snacks and namkeens but is home to the 'Dal-Bafla', a typical Malwa Food. Devoted to Rani Ahilya Bai, the brave queen of Indore, Ahilya Utsav is celebrated every year attracting large number of tourists.


From the magnificent cultural richness to spiritual highs of the Bada Ganpati, Indore has something it in for every one attracting a great number of tourists, historians and art lovers alike. Located in the heart of Madhya Pradesh, Indore is definitely one of the rare gems of India showing the natural landscape beauty complementing the cultural richness of the ancient Indian heritage at its very best.