Bada Ganapati Mandir

Built in the year 1875, the temple has over the time, has become a great tourist attraction. It is famous for the magnificent statue of Lord Ganesha. Towering to a height of 25 feet, it is the biggest statue of Lord Ganesha in the world. Kanch Mandir

Kanch Mandir is a Jain Temple that is considered nothing less than a wonder. The entire building is decorated with glass.

Annapurna Temple, Indore 
The Annapurna Temple in Indore is a 9th century temple dedicated to Annapurna Devi, the patron goddess of food for Hindus. Parvathi is called by this name in honour of once proving to Shiva that food was not a part of the maya or world of illusion. The goddess is always shown holding a ladle and a container of porridge in her hands to signify that those who invoke her will never go hungry or unfulflled.

The Temple is believed to be one of the oldest temples in Madhya Pradesh, and is the tallest structure inside the Indore fort.

Resembling Madurai's famed Meenakshi temple, it has four life-size elephants flanking the gate. The outer walls feature motifs depicting episodes from mytholigical stories.

The Temple also has shrines dedicated to Shiva, Hanuman and Kal Bhairava.

Khajrana Ganesh Temple :
Thousands of Indore's citizens visit-especially on Wednesdays and Sundays-the Ganesh Tample in the Khajrana part of the city as it is believed that the Temple's presiding deity (Ganpati) never fails to fulfill the wishes of devotees who sincerely invoke him.

The Temple is one of numerous temples and dharmshalas that were commissioned by the warrior-queen Ahilyabai Holkar (1725-1795) in her kingdom of Malwa and in places such as Varanasi and Dwaraka.

A fair is held in the August-September period each year in Khajrana with the Temple as the focus.

Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple :

Omkareshwar is a holy town situated at a distance of 77 km from Indore. It derives its name from the sacred Hindu symbol of Om. The place is a pilgrimage site, as there are a number of Hindu temples and Jain temples located here. It is basically an island, in the shape of Om, on the confluence of the rivers Narmada and Kaveri. The island is divided into north and south by a deep gully and is linked by a bridge. A boat ride in Narmada River around the island of Omkareshwar is quite enjoyable.