Indore Travel Information
 


Events in Indore

Navratri Fair - Bijasen Tekri, near the Indore airport, is a small hillock housing the temple of Bijasen Mata built in 1920. Every year, during the Hindu festival of Navratri in the months of September/October, a fair is held at this temple.

Anant Chaudas - Large processions are taken out and idols of the elephant-headed Lord Ganesh are immersed in the river on the night of Anant Chaudas. The festival takes place around September.

Rangapanchami - Rangapanchami is another festival of colours that is celebrated five days after Holi in the months of February/March. However instead of colours, it is the sound of music that fills the air.

Ahilya Utsav - Ahilya Utsav is an annual festival that commemorates the death anniversary of Rani Ahilya Bai.

Rangapanchami in Indore
Getting There & Away to Indore

Flights to Indore Indore has an airport on the western side of the town. Regular flights connect Indore to Delhi and Mumbai.
Trains to Indore
Indore is well connected to Delhi and Mumbai by rail. The other broad-gauge line connects Indore to Ujjain, Bhopal, and Jabalpur (494 km). There is also a meter-gauge track from Indore to Jaipur (647 km).
Car and Bus service to Indore Indore is well connected by bus with Ujjain (55 km) and Bhopal (186 km).

Getting Around in Indore

Local Transport includes city bus Services run by the State Tourism, auto rickshaws and cycle rickshaws as the main modes of transportation. Charges depend on the distance covered.
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