Indore is one among the most important city of Madhya Pradesh and also known as the financial capital of the state due to the number of business Accenture carried on in the city. The historical background of the city is clearly narrated by the historical monuments of the city. Rani Devi Ahilya Bai of Indore has constructed number of temples all over the world and has given the city beautifully constructed monuments like Rajwada building.

Indore is a major hub for industries like automobiles, textiles and generates opportunities for the businesses not only belonging to Madhya Pradesh but also of the other states. The city is soon going to become one among the major IT hubs of India. As an educational center the institutes and colleges of Indore are serving their best are ranked among the best colleges of India. Indore is famous for its culinary rang and is known for its wide variety of “Namkeens”, Poha & Jalebi, Chaats (snacks), various types of restaurants, and Bengali & Rajasthani sweets, as well as dishes representing a delicacy of Indore and Malwa Region.

Indore also holds the record for biggest tea party with over 30,000 people participating in an event organized by country’s famous news paper that’s ‘Dainik Bhaskar’.

Indore city has a variety of cultures. Over the years the city of Indore has welcomed people from all castes, creed and color. People from all corners of the country have migrated & settled in the heart of Madhya Pradesh for their livelihood, education or just for its peaceful culture. People here follow the culture of the Indore city itself and respect every culture the people possesses. Every festival in Indore is celebrated with the same enthusiasm and excitement, be it any festival. The people of the city live life with full spirit and togetherness. The city possesses places like: Rajwada, Lal Bagh Palace, and Sitalamata Fall etc

One visit to Indore can make anyone like the city and the spirit of the city. “