Madhya Pradesh is home to a distinct confluence of mythology, art, and history.
Come to Madhya Pradesh and...
The Times Passion Culture & Heritage Trail, Madhya Pradesh is a bespoke experience crafted for the art and heritage connoisseur in you.
Come, unlock distinct and compelling stories that bring together history, mythology and the many stories of everyday life.
The art of Madhya Pradesh lends a unique flavour to the many stories that originate here, but at the heart of this glorious state are its people - the ones lucky enough to live these stories steeped in history.
Join us as we craft a riveting tale of passion and culture with the Times Passion Culture & Heritage Trail, Madhya Pradesh.
Here are the list of experiences you'll get to live on the trail
Day 1 - Bhopal (14th March, 2020)
The experience seekers arrive in Bhopal at Noon and post lunch explore the Tribal Museum, followed by a visit to Bharat Bhavan, ending the day with an opening dinner celebrating the beginning of the trail.
Day 2 - Bhimbetka (15th March, 2020)
Followed by breakfast at the hotel, the travelers explore the caves at Bhimbetka and Udaigiri, followed by travelling to Sanchi and enjoying the Sanchi Stupa Sound and Light Show.
Day 3 - Sanchi and Chanderi (16th March, 2020)
After visiting Sanchi Stupa, the passion seekers will experience the history and handlooms of Chanderi. In the evening, they will soak in spirituality with the aarti at the Raja Ram Temple in Orchha.
Day 4 - Orchha (17th March, 2020)
The day starts with breakfast and exploring Orchha. After lunch, the travellers will make their way to Khajuraho, relax in the evening and finish the day with dinner.
Day 5 - Khajuraho (18th March, 2020)
The day will be dedicated to exploring the majestic Khajuraho temples throughout the day, getting to discover the unknown stories, and ending with a breath-taking Sound and Light Show.
Day 6 - Return (19th March, 2020)
After breakfast at the hotel, the participants leave for their respective destinations by taking a flight from the airport. The trail comes to an end on this day.
Prof. Karingamannu Kuzhiyil Muhammed is one of India's foremost archaeologists. Honored with the hightest civilian honour in India - The Padma Shri in 2019, he also proved his mettle when he served as a tour guide to historic monuments for prominent foreign guests such as Pervez Musharraf and Barack Obama. Some of his major archaeological discoveries include excavating Ibadat Khana, the structure where Akbar proclaimed the formation of Composite religion known as Din-e Ilahi (Nursery of Indian Secularism) and discovering the first Christian Chapel of North India built by AKhbar at Fatehpur Sikri.