The tier 2 city and the largest city of Madhya Pradesh, Indore is a central power city. Not only this, but Indore is also described as the commercial capital of this Indian state. Indore is located on the southern edge of Malwa Plateau. With a population of over 3,276,697 as per the 2011 census, Indore is categorized as the densely populated major city in the central province. Indore is also a home to the Madhya Pradesh Stock Exchange that is the third oldest stock exchange. Most of all, if we go on to talk about the real estate sector of the city than that’s pretty much expensive. Trade and commerce are the dominating features of the city.
Theology and Culture
Indore is the place that flaunts the wonderful remains of its magnificent past, poignant religious places, and beautiful surroundings. Talking about the religion here, most of the people living here are Hindus. Apart from this, you can also find people from religions like Muslims, Jains, Christians and Buddhists. Although the official language here is Hindi, one can hear so many dialects such as Bundelkhandi, Urdu, Marathi, Malwi, Chattisgarh, Sindhi, and Gujarati too. There is so much in the store for foodies like hot samosas and kachoris and Bina Tala Samosa, which you can find at Chappan Bhog Chowk. Plus, don’t forget to taste sweets like Gajak, Garadu and Moong Halwa of Sarafa Market. Moreover, the Indore Festivals are celebrated with great pomp and show. Thanks to the rich cultural heritage of the place! Anant Chaudas, Rangapanchami, Ahilya Utsav, and Navratri are the major festivals that are celebrated here.
Markets And Shopping Complexes
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