Central India consists of the Indian provinces of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. Places to visit in central India are Orchha, Bhedaghat, Bandhavgarh National Park, Gwalior, Khajuraho and Bhimbetka. These states have many common cultural and linguistic characteristics with the Northern Part including the majority of Hindi tongue. For the establishment of friend-zone with Northern Zonal Council, these two states have been grouped with other two states: Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. Being in the central part of a country, these states pay for the best of all to its guests. Central India is typically the boss of wildlife and there are hundreds of National parks and sanctuaries within this area which have been a habitat for much rare wildlife too. Holiday’s tours to Central India are ornate affairs with nearby places to part of Maharashtra (Nagpur), and Bihar (Patna, Bodh Gaya) and many more. Central India tours are too preferred by Buddhist disciples due to the widespread exposure of Buddhist pilgrim endpoints in some of the tours.
The Satpura Range is located range of hills in Cerntral India and parallerls to the Vindhya Range North. It is very popular Range in India attracts thousands of tourists every year. Kanha National Tiger Reserve Park, Gugamal national Park and Pench National Park is located south of Satpura. Apart from National Park some popular temple of Hindus like Toranmal is Gorakhnath temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Every year thousands of devotees come here for worship.
Gwalior Fort is located in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh from New Delhi around of 350 km long distance. It is built in good and well architecture. It must attract many visitors across the India. Marble Rocks is fabulous Indian destination point along with Narmada River in Bhedaghat Boating point, Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh.