Madhya Pradesh: Gwalior, Orchha on UNESCO World Heritage Cities list, Madhya Pradesh

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Madhya Pradesh: Gwalior, Orchha on UNESCO World Heritage Cities list

Madhya Pradesh tourism is all set for a big overhaul with Gwalior and Orchha finding a place in list of UNESCO World Heritage Cities. The news is expected to boost sustainable development as well as tourism potential for both the cities. Both the cities have been included by UNESCO as a part of an urban planning project. The authorities will further by working with Madhya Pradesh Tourism to develop both the cities.

Gwalior is an important hub of commercial activities in the state, and the development is further expected to boost its prominence. As for tourism, the city is home to the Gwalior Fort, Man Singh Palace, Sas Bahu Temple, Tansen’s Tomb and more. Orccha, of course, is a hotspot for tourists, attracting enthusiasts from all over the country. UNESCO’s inclusion is expected to bring in more international travellers to the city in the coming times.

Madhya Pradesh: Gwalior, Orchha on UNESCO World Heritage Cities list

Some major attractions in Orchha include the very famous Orchha Fort, cenotaphs by River Betwa, Ram Raja Temple, Kanchaha Ghat, Dinman Hardaul Palace, Rani Mahal and more. Madhya Pradesh also has a list of tourist attractions to its credit, including Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha Tiger Reserve, Pachmarhi, Pench National Park, Ujjain and more.

UNESCO World Heritage Cities list has previously seen names of Indian cities, including Varanasi, Jaipur, Fatehpur Sikri, Mahabalpuram, Bodh Gaya and a number of prominent tourist attractions.

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