Travel Alert: Swiss woman gang-raped
The couple from Switzerland were also robbed of ₹10,000 and a laptop computer. Besides, is camping overnight at a village (in this case, in Datia district) an unsafe idea? --Lo Ximiendo (talk) 03:13, 17 March 2013 (UTC)
There are some nice highlights in this section, but they might be better placed in "See," and the prose needs to be untangled:
Madhya Pradesh has beautiful cities and historical places are here. One temple is in Indore famous which made of glass. Indore is a commercial center of the agriculture region. The main industries of cotton and Jewelry are in Bhopal. India’s largest Mosque is there. Modern Bhopal was founded in 1970. A king Mohammad in earliest eighteen century ruled there,also Bhopal was the capital of the former princely state of Bhopal. Jain cliff carving is in Gwalior Mansingh was ones the king and a Sikh temple is here.
Ujjain is a famous place in the world as it is the one of sacred city for the Hindus. In the eight century AD it was the center of Sanskrit learning and many famous temples are here. Every twenty year a big fair, Kumb, is organized. The city Raipur was founded in fourteen century by Rai Brahma Deo of the Ratnapura dynsty and many major foods processing industries are here. Sanchi is world famous place. It is known for Sputa, Monasteries, Temples and pillars.The Sachi sputa one was originally built by the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka.
Khajuraho was the last of 10 cities added, so I move its listing here:
This was the 10th "Other destination":
There should be no more than 9 per Wikivoyage:Avoid long lists, and in any case, a municipal zoo is not a separate destination but a place to go while in Bhopal, and it should be listed in the Bhopal guide; it should not have its own article. Ikan Kekek (talk) 01:55, 13 March 2020 (UTC)