Cities of Central India map the historical, cultural and industrial cities of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. These two states of India have the Bundelkund on one hand and coal and copper fields on the other. Bundelkhand, Orchha and Khajuraho Temples are rich in early and medieval history of India, while after independence, Chhattisgarh becomes the abode of tribal history, copper fields, aluminum, coal fields and bauxite lands.
Cities of Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh, nicknamed as the "The Cyber Gateway of India" has many developed cities after Gujarat in western part of India. These cities of Madhya Pradesh are located in the midst of the tourists attractions like Panchmari, Khajuraho Temples, and the bouquet of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. The various monuments as well as the natural reserves and national parks enhance the beauty and attractiveness of the cities of Madhya Pradesh. This state also has the medieval cities like Indore, Bundlekhand, Orchha and Mandu which has the forts, royal palaces and havelis like Rajasthan. Bhopal, the capital of the state, has developed communication system and best infrastructure for industries. Chhabra, Tikamgarh, Badawada, Begamganj, Badnawar, Barela, Badod, Barghat, Betul, Barhi , Balaghat, Barigarh, Bhind , Barwaha, Basoda, Badoda, Badarwas, Barwani , Badra, Anuppur Bagelkhand and Ujjain are the major historical and cultural cities in Madhya Pradesh that allures the tourists with the temples of Chandella Dynasty, forts of the kings of Bundelkhand and the marble rocks of Jabalpur.
Cities of Chattisgarh
Chhattisgarh is the 10th largest state in India, with an area of 135,194 square kilometers dotted with mostly the industrial cities and the middle class townships. This state is the abode of waterfalls and it has 36 ancient forts that were built by the Maratha kings, Chandella kings, and the ancient Kosala kings. Durg, Deori, Dipka, Dongragarh, Jhagrakhandand Bilaspur are now the popular places of cultural religious and historical heritages. While on the other hands, agriculture and industry are the two main economic activities that engage maximum number of the state's population. The northern and southern parts of Chhattisgarh are hilly, while the central part is a fertile plain. The highest point in the state is the Bailadila Range. The deciduous forests of the Eastern Highlands Forests cover roughly 44% of the state.