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Top 5 attractions to explore in Vidisha

A beautiful district in Madhya Pradesh which has a lot explore. It lies on the Vindhyachal Plateau off the main Vindhyachal Range.

Attractions in Vidisha

Bajramath TempleGyaraspur, Madhya Pradesh 464331, India

Bajramath Temple is a rare temple located in Gyaraspur tehsil. This temple has three shrines or cells that are placed abreast. These shrines are enshrined by Jain idols that belong to the Digambara sect. The sculptures placed on the door frames and niches suggest that originally these shrines sheltered the Hindu Trinity.

District Museum- Vidishacivil lines, Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh 464001, India

The Museum houses a large number of beautifully sculpted sculptures, terracotta, and coins which date back to the 9th and 10th century. Harappan art is also showcased in the museum which is absolutely splendid. A small park is also here with lush green trees surrounds the museum and is ideal to spend some peaceful time and relax.

Gadarmal Jain TempleBadoh, Madhya Pradesh 464337, India

This is an ancient temple which is located in the heart of vidisha. The Temple is visible from a long distance, due to its magnum height, and divided into two distinct parts, belonging to separate centuries. We can see the wonder of ancient architects in this temple. each and every small part of this temple is beautifully carved and this attracts a lot of tourists here.

Heliodorus PillarMP SH 19, Bais, Madhya Pradesh 464001, India

The Heliodorus pillar is a stone column that was erected around 113 BCE in Besnagar. The pillar is named after Heliodorus, an ambassador of the Indo-Greek king Antialcidas from Taxila. This column was first noticed in 1877, during an archaeological survey by General Cunningham. With two prominent inscriptions, a thick coating of red lead paste prevented the inscriptions from being noticed.

Udaigiri Caves35, Nagar Palika Station Rd, Swarnkar Colony, Baripura, Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh 464001, India

Udayagirri caves are intricately carved caves situated in an isolated stone hill, reworked under the rule of Chandraguptha 2. it has numerous Buddhists remains creating the ambiance. It is one of the most important archaeological sites from the Gupta period and now it is under the control of the Archaeological Survey of  India.

Map of attractions in Vidisha