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.
A good network of roadways connect Indore well with rest of the country. Regular bus service is available from nearby cities like Ujjain, Bhopal, Aurangabad, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Sanchi, Gwalior, Mandu and Omkareshwar, to name a few. The roads are well maintained and are serviced by public and private buses.
One of the most convenient way of reaching Indore is by train. A number of mail and passenger trains connect the city with nearby towns and far off cities. Availability of direct trains from cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Hyderabad contributed to the growth of trade and tourism in Indore.