The primary reason why I had started this blog called Urban Rabbit last year was to express the experience offered by traveling India as I completed my travel fellowship. I have been to several places after the travel fellowship, but now there have been several changes to how I plan a trip and look at a place. I have been researching very extensively about the places and this monsoon, I have decided to explore Madhya Pradesh via Public Transport. Right now, its just me and my travel gadgets and I invite you to join or host if available around. 🙂
In this post, I will be covering the main places I’d be visiting in Madhya Pradesh this monsoon and also provide my contact details to allow brands or interested clients to contact me for any possible collaborations. Also, if you have any places to stay, eat or explore to suggest, feel free to comment below or get in touch via mail.
You can also use this post as a guide to visit places in Madhya Pradesh if you are planning a trip, and yes I love history! Since I’m also carrying a Digital SLR and Sony Camera, I am hoping to get some really good photographs and videos to upload. Apart from this, I also plan to post the new media – 360 Degree Photos on my Facebook Page of these old monuments and afterall, it is the green green Monsoon time as well.
Places in Madhya Pradesh I Plan to Visit
Mandu City has been existing since 6th Century BC and is the home to the India’s Biggest Fort according to the Madhya Pradesh Tourism website.
Bhopal, being the capital city and also the city of lakes cannot be missed easily. Bhopal’s location is close to Sanchi, and is widely connected via railways and roadways to all other cities. I also plan to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bhimbetka Rock Shelters/Caves during the visit.
The Great Stupa at Sanchi displays the architectural marvel during the old era. Sanchi is a town very close to Bhopal and the best time to visit here is early morning.
Near to Jabalpur, the Dhuandhar Falls offer a rich view of nature along with the Narmada river flowing through the marble mountains.
Khajuraho is one of the most visited tourist destination in Madhya Pradesh and is home to numerous temples that have gained my interest.
Orchha has been one of those places that I have always wanted to go and explore. After reading about The Friends of Orchha Campaign, I am even more motivated to explore this town and also the palaces along the lush green banks Betwa river.
Primary Aim of the Madhya Pradesh Trip
- I plan to cover all these places via Public Transport System to encourage tourists to save money, use Public Transport and explore a different Indian experience. Read The Subtle Lessons Travelling Taught Me.
- I also want to document these monuments which are rich in history on the internet via my blog and other sources possible. After the trip, I’d have covered all the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
- I plan to upload rich media on the Internet – Short YouTube Friendly Videos, Professional Images, 360 Degree Photos on Facebook & Google which will inspire people to come and visit these beautiful places.
What Help I’m Looking For?
- Host Me – When visiting the different towns, I’d need a place to stay. Hotels, Restaurants, BnBs etc – If you are interested in hosting me, feel free to get in touch at email@example.com to discuss further possibilities.
- Sponsor Me – Yes, nothing comes for free (I wish it did!). This is a shout out to all the travel gear related brands – Kindly get in touch and I’d review your products, services, etc on my blog and the overall experience.
- Miscellaneous – If you have any other ideas or something that I have missed, feel free to contact me via the above-mentioned email address.
I’m attaching my media kit with the article, you can download it by clicking on the image.
Once again, I am really excited for this trip and look forward to making new friends during this trip. Any and Every suggestions are welcome and I’m always available at firstname.lastname@example.org (Yes! The new email id)
Note: All the images above have been taken from pixabay or wikimedia and the usage rights have been taken care of. If you feel that any of the information is misguiding, feel free to contact me.
Till then, Cheers!
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