Finding Peace? Here's how you can have a peaceful day in 'THE CITY OF FOODIES': Indore!

Indore, The city of foodies, also known as 'Mini Bombay', is the business capital of Madhya Pradesh. It is a historical city from the age of The Holkars. It is considered to be the educational hub of central India, featuring both IIM(Indian Institute of Management) and IIT(Indian Institute of Technology), the only city in India to have both the campuses within its boundary.
It is the most populous and  amongst the most busiest cities of central India.
By the reading the title you might be confused like how can a busy city be a peaceful destination for you?
This post will serve as a guide for you as how you can spend an amazing day in Indore.

Rajwada on Independence Day!
Indore, within its boundaries has a lot of beautiful places where you can spend a peaceful time with your friends, family or your companion.

Places to be at:

Tincha Waterfall

Situated around 25 kms from the city is this beautiful picnic spot, a paradise for photographers and nature lovers. You can spend few hours here away from the busy life of the city. A good place to be with your family, friends or your companion. Don't forget to take an extra pair of clothes, you can actually enjoy taking a dive into the river!

Tincha Falls, Indore.
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There are several seasonal waterfalls around Indore which come to life during the monsoon months. With an average height of around 200-400 feet, these waterfalls can be reached by a short hike of a few kilometers from the roads. With increasing local tourism, people tend to be around these gems to have a peaceful time.
Some other water falls:

  • Patalpani
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    • Bamniya Kund
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    July to September would be the best time to be in Indore, when there is good rains, you can actually enjoy the beauty of nature and have a peaceful evening.

    Food:

    Apart from these beautiful destinations, Indore is basically known for the foodies. Here's a list of places to count on!

    • Chappan Dukan: Located in the centre of Indore, it is a street which has different food outlets, you can try anything starting from desi delicacies to continental food!
    • Sarafa: Actually a spot for the jewellers, Sarafa turns into a food hub at night, it has around 250 shops with different Indian preparations, you can see a variety of desserts starting from Gulab Jamun to Rabdi, which are worth trying.                                                      



                                                         
    • Cafe Terazza: A rooftop restaurant located on AB Road, has a very wide range of preparations, which has a very good taste. I love the place for its ambience.
    Image Courtesy: Zomato.

    • Tinku's: A food joint under the Tinku's, is a cafe with branches at different locations in Indore. Cold coffee with brownie and cheese baked samosa are worth a try. Can be found at Vijaynagar, Race Course Road and Bhawarkuan.

    • CCH(Central Coffee House): A paradise for cold coffee lovers and the ones who love nighouts, you can try different varieties of coffee here, coffee with caramel is a must try(actually it is the most basic one, but I liked it). Can be found near GPO.
    There are a lot many places and restaurants where you can have delicious food in Indore, afterall it is the city of foodies. For more information related food and stuff follow Indori Zayka on Instagram.

    I hope this post might have helped you to understand Indore in a different way.

    So enjoy your day at Indore, meanwhile I'll work on my next post! 

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    Comments

    1. Fooooodddd❤❤❤😍😍😍😍

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    2. You always have something nice and refreshing to say
      I love your photography n your blogs
      I aldready started missing indore ka food 🥘 🙈
      Congratulations on your success and may u get more stepping up ahead

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    3. Though I'm not a foodie .. I loved it 😍

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    4. Awesome 😍food dkh k cravings badh gyi meri ab

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    5. Lovely photos and place. It seems to be a place of places.isnt it. Nice post.

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    6. I needed this! ❤ I'm sure this will make me survive to a new place happily and not make upcoming 4 years boring. ����

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    7. Wow the Rajwada looks so damm gorgeous.. From waterfalls to food outlets, Tinku's to Sarafa... I will call it a dream destination.... Thanks for sharing.... Great post... :)

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    8. Nostalgia hit hard ����

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    9. Wow it is all beautiful!!! Waterfalls and food are my favorite, so thank you ;)

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    10. Such beautiful photos! This place looks magical!

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    11. what a beautiful place and it's great how you shared its history and traditions supported by amazing photographs.
      thank you!
      http://www.elegantduchess.com/

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      1. Thank you so much for the compliments! :)

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    12. I really enjoy reading your posts, really informative with beautiful pictures. I look forward to reading more in the future

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      1. Thank you so much! You can read the posts which I have already posted! :)

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    13. Food. Wow. Thanks you for sharing!

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    14. This look like the perfect vacation spot.

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    15. Such wonderful blogs Monish!! ��������
      Really nice work done. ❤

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    16. Nice photos and blog post, I am hoping to get to India one day soon, will keep this saved

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      1. Sure you should visit India! Thank you! :)

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