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Embark upon a historic trail at Asia's largest fossil park in Dindori,  to escape Indore's din!

Pegged to be the largest fossil park in Asia, the Ghughwa National Fossil Park in Dindori can be termed as the ideal getaway recourse, far from the din of Indore. Nestled approximately at a distance of 600 kilometres from the city, this tranquil place stretches through an expansive spread of 75 acres, that is waiting to be explored. As the name suggests, the forest region is rich in rare fossils of leaves and trees, dated 65 million years ago.

So, if you wish to let out the adventurer, the historian and the wanderer in you, pack up your bags and get set going to trace the calcified remnants of the flora vestige here.

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The charming scenery of THIS park in Indore is a portal to the historic Holkar era!

Located in Indore's Shree Nagar locality, Chhatri Bagh shares a link to the Holkar Dynasty that once ruled the bounds of this city. Originally a burial site for kings and queens, the premises of this structure dotted by canopies, or chhatris, has now been turned into a popular park. If you are looking to break the monotony of lockdown with a stroll in a park, then mask on and visit Chhatri Bagh for a trip down the annals of history and some fresh air!

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Converting drains into recreational spaces, Indore bids for 'Cleanest City' title for the 5th time

Indore has been crowned as the Cleanest City in India, four times in a row and the most crucial reason behind this is the combined efforts of its residents, public representatives and government officials. Indore is rooting for this title for the fifth time now, by implementing a new drainage model and converting the dried-up drains into recreational areas. Recently, in this context, a health camp was held at Chaudhary Park by Aurobindo Hospital, which registered the attendance of the local representatives.

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