Gateway to Pranpur - Chanderi

:Pranpur - Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh
:3 Days2 Nights
Event Type
:Experience, Tour
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Gateway to Pranpur - Chanderi

Pranpur - Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh
3 Days2 Nights

Event Overview

Madhya Pradesh is indeed heart of India and our weekend break just captures its essence. A rustic guesthouse which warms up the most lip smacking local delicacies makes you feel as if you can just sit with a book resting behind a mud handmade wall but then we go deeper into what is called the Bundelkhand region, appreciate the mighty architecture of this area, walk thru Chanderi, where every home looms the magical ‘Chanderi weave’ ! Chanderi Pranpur travel will give you a feel of rural travel in a perfect way youll wish it never ended.
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Event Details


Day 1 - History of Chanderi
  • Chanderi is located strategically on the borders of Malwa and Bundelkhand. History of Chanderi goes back to the 11th century, when it was dominated by the trade routes of Central India and was proximate to the arterial route to the ancient ports of Gujarat as well as to Malwa, Mewar, Central India and the Deccan. Consequently, Chanderi became an important military outpost. The town also finds mention in Mahabharata. Shishupal was the king of Chanderi during the Mahabharata period.
Day 2 - Persian Scholar Alberun
  • Chanderi is mentioned by the Persian scholar Alberuni in 1030. Ghiyas ud din Balban captured the city in 1251 for Nasir ud din Mahmud, Sultan of Delhi. Sultan Mahmud I Khilji of Malwa captured the city in 1438 after a siege of several months. In 1520 Rana Sanga of Mewar captured the city, and gave it to Medini Rai, a rebellious minister of Sultan Mahmud II of Malwa. In the Battle of Chanderi, the Mughal Emperor Babur captured the city from Medini Rai and witnessed the macabre Rajput rite of jauhar, in which, faced with certain defeat.
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Pickup Details

Pickup Time: 08.00 AM Drop Time: 06.00 PM

Things To Carry

  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Cap
  • Overall/Shrug/Jacket
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Light woolen wear
  • Camera, power banks.



  • Travel Ex-Delhi
  • Stay
  • Local travel
  • Breakfast and Dinner


  • Entry fee to different monuments/parks / Safaris
  • Few activities (kept optiona)

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