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Pratibha Protasahan Yojna

As varied is the natural beauty of Madhya Pradesh so is its art and culture. Madhya Pradesh is a cauldron of diverse cultures as it has been home to Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, Muslims and various tribes. Virtually all races and phases have left an indelible mark in the form of temples, stupas, palaces etc. all over the state.

Bhimbedtka is the biggest repository of prehistoric art in India. The earliest known human life is said to have taken shelter under the rocks of Bhimbedtka. Man adorned his rock-shelter with colour depicting his various emotions. Numerous cave-paintings have been preserved in these natural shelters. It has been classified as a world-heritage.
The stupa at Sanchi once a seat of Buddhist learning and pilgrimage stands as a memento to the religious fervour of Ashoka the Great.


The creative urge in man gives birth to art and the aesthetic urge adds beauty to it .The exotic temples of Khajuraho stand as masterpieces of beauty etched in stone. Moments of love, passion, feasting, divinity have been arrested in the sensitive chisels of master craftsmen. The Dance Festival at the backdrop of these temples serves as a feast to connoisseurs all over the world.


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Tansen, one of the nine jewels of Akbar's court lies buried in Gwalior. The tomb of this great musician has a pristine simplicity and is built in the early Mughal architectural style.It is a part of Gwalior's cultural heritage.
Omkareshwar-one of the twelve Jyotirlinga's situated at the confluence of river Narmada and Kaveri is a sacred island that attracts a lot of sadhus and pilgrims.

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