Tourist places in Indore

Indore is the largest city of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.  The city and its surroundings came under Maratha Empire on 18 May 1724 after Maratha Peshwa assumed the full control of Malwa. During the days of the British Raj, Indore State was a 19 Gun Salute princely state  ruled by the Maratha Holkar dynasty, until they acceded to the Union of India. Situated on one of India's oldest pilgrimage routes from Mahakaal at Ujjain on river Kshipra, to Omkareshwar on the river Narmada and onwards to Rameshwaram, Indore is embellished by several forts and rocky shrines: Mandu, Dewas, Maheshwar, Omkareshwar being the prominent ones. One of the most legendary rulers of Indian history, Devi Ahilyabai Holkar is the patron of many traditional architecture here.

The Indore Tourist Attractions with their specialties draw huge people with varied interests. The tourism attractions in Indore please general tourists, history lovers, art lovers and religious minded people. Indore is blessed with some exciting and wonderful places. The historic city has age old forts, magnificent palaces and intricately carved temples. 
1. Central Museum
2. Lal Baag Palace
3. Patal Pani Waterfalls
4. Pipliyapala Regional Park
5. Rajwada Palace
6. Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary
7. Tincha Falls
8. Indore White Church
9. Gomatgiri

The approximate temperature of a summer day is between 35 deg C and 40 deg C. During the month of May, when the sun shines with all its glory, the day temperature even touches 45 deg C.  During the winter season, i.e. between November and February, the night temperature is around 10 deg C. During the month of January, when the winter is on its peak, the temperature can go down to as low as 2 deg C to 3 deg C. The lowest temperature recorded till date is as low as 1.5 deg C.   Indore also gets a moderate rainfall of 30-35 inches (80cms). The maximum rainfall takes place during the months of July-September due to the South West Monsoon. Therefore, the peaceful surroundings of Indore can be best enjoyed during the monsoon.