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Religion and Spirituality in Indore, Madhya Pradesh

three local experts

From Christianity to Islam to Buddhism to Judaism to Sikhism and more, what religious communities exist in Indore? Here's what three local experts had to say about religion and spirituality in Indore, Madhya Pradesh.

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Thanks to the rich black soil of the Malwa Plateau, Indore is India’s fourth largest hub for the cotton textile industry. It is also justly famous for its beautiful bangles. Indore can be called the ‘food city’. It has great variety and taste in food. You should also see: Lal Bagh Palace, Rajwada Palace, the Patalpani Waterfalls (for hiking and picnics), and Annapurna Temple.

Sandeep, says: 2020

Indore is 200 km west of capital Bhopal and has a population of around 30 lakhs. Therefore, it is 14th most populous city in India. The greater metropolitan area of Indore makes it a city of 2,500,000 inhabitants. It is industrial, cosmopolitan, prosperous and resembles Mumbai as far as the lifestyle is concerned. Therefore Indore is also called Mini-Mumbai. It is also a melting pot of different ethnic groups such as Marathi, Gujarati, Marwari, Muslims and Sindhi etc. Indore is promising educational hub and home to both IIT and IIM, the most reputed technological and management institutes of India. Indore owes its early growth to trade and commerce, which is still a dominant feature of this city.

Pratibha, says: 2020

Indore is an excellent place for foodies. Cleanest city of India. City of temples, scenic beauty. Best place for variety of food is Rajwada the palace of city. This city has its own regional park which no other city has in Madhya Pradesh. it is called mini Mumbai. Khajrana mandir is the famous temple.

Boopathi, says: 2020
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