Rajwada is basically the oldest place of indore. you can get clothes as well as good food nearby to it.
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its a old market, where you can find a pin to latest collection of clothes, and there are many wholesale shops from where you can do marriage shopping
Traditional attire with deewan e khaas haal looking forward to the centre ground and knowing of how madhya bhaat was managed by holkars and development made with their efforts, understanding how royal the kings were and feel like special, once you enter the premises, you really wanna cherish memories that you were part of holkar's common public meeting by visiting... More
Rajwada is a historica palace in the city of Indore & one of the most famous tourist spot. This seven storied structure is a fine example of royal grandeur and architectural skills.
This is located in the center of the city. There is very crowded place, around the rajwara building very big market almost people purchasing here. Due to the old building here very less people to visit from inside this building. There are small temple of Bhagwan Shankar. Ticket to visit this building is 5 Rs per person. You can see... More
Born and brought up in Indore so i can tell this place is full with history and glorious past BUT thanks to government this palace has never been maintained properly. AVOID travelling via four wheeler on weekdays as the area is heavy on traffic during day time. To experience local shopping travel during day time To experience local food travel... More
This is a historic place. must see the museum with old equipment and weapons in the palace. entering to the top rooms in the palace are banned because of the age of palace.
Amazing structure with deep rooted history and mystery. The sound and light show in the evening is a must see, preferably the Hindi version for Indian visitors.
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