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Madhya Pradesh Pilgrimages

Madhya Pradesh has important pilgrimage centers of North India. Majority of pilgrimages of Madhya Pradesh belongs to Hindi religion alongwith small numbers of religious places are of Islam, Buddhism and Jainism. Ujjain, Omkareshwar, Amarkantak and Sanchi are the most important pilgrim places of the state.

Destination wise pilgrimages of the state are listed below for easy reference.

Ujjain

Ø Gopal Mandir (Dwarikadhish Temple), Ujjain

Ø Chintaman Ganesh Mandir, Ujjain

Ø Harsiddhi Mandir, Ujjain

Ø Mahakaleshwar Mandir, Ujjain

Ø Temple of Kalbhairav, Ujjain

Ø Navgraha Mandir, Ujjain

Ø Mangalnath Temple, Ujjain

Ø Karkokeshwar Mahadev, Ujjain

Ø Gadkalika Mandir, Ujjain

Omkareshwar

Ø Omkar Mandhata Temple, Omkareshwar

Ø Mamleshwar Temple, Omkareshwar

Ø Gauri Somnath Temple, Omkareshwar

Anuppur

Ø Amarkantak, Anuppur

Bhojpur

Ø Bhojeshwar Temple, Bhojpur

Orchha

Ø Laxmi Narayan Temple, Orchha

Ø Ram Raja Temple, Orchha

Ø Chaturbhuj Temple, Orchha

Jabalpur

Ø Chausath Yogini Temple, Jabalpur

Gwalior

Ø Gopachal Parvat, Gwalior

Ø Vivaswan (Sun) Temple, Gwalior

Indore

Ø Jain Kanch Ka Mandir, Indore

Bhopal

Ø Taj-Ul-Masjid, Bhopal

Ø Jama Masjid, Bhopal

Ø Moti Masjid, Bhopal

Tikamgarh

Ø Kundadev Mahadev Temple, Tikamgarh

Chitrakoot

Ø Sati Anasuya, Chitrakoot

Ø Bharat Mandir, Chitrakoot

Maheshwar

Ø Baneshwar Temple, Maheshwar

Sanchi

Ø Sanchi Stupa

Deogarh Fort

Ø Santinath temple, Varah Temple and Dashavatar Temple

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