Brilliant Convention Center, Vijay Nagar, INDORE

Date: 10th, 11th & 12th May 2024 Time: 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM

Venue: Brilliant Convention Center, Vijay Nagar, Indore

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The pride of Holkars, Rajwada palace, is located near Khajuri Bazar and holds the position of one of the most important monuments in Indore. The Rajwada is located beside the busy road and is the first thing that grabs everyone's attention. The main entrance of the Rajwada is separated from the bustling road outside by an exterior wall, a garden, and a sidewalk. The first impression of this Holkar palace is always overwhelming. The Rajwada's seven-story facade is astounding in its opulence.

Kanch Mandir

The spectacular Kanch Mandir made entirely of glass and mirrors is one of the prime tourist attractions in Indore. Early in the 20th century, wealthy businessman Seth Hukumchand constructed this Jain temple. Everything in the room, including the doors, floors, ceiling, and even the paintings and murals are made using glass. The ceiling is embellished with glass lamps and cut-glass chandeliers, while patterned ceramic tiles can be seen through the floor. The murals reflect tales from the Mahabharata and Jain literature. The three Tirthankara statues - Adinath, Shantinath, and Chandraprabha - made of dazzling black onyx are multiplied to an infinite number in the Mandir's distinctive glass room on the top floor.

Bada Ganpati

The Bada Ganapati Temple is located in a busy neighbourhood west of the Kanch Mandir and is true to its name. The 8-m-tall Ganesha idol was placed in this modest temple in 1875 by a resident of Ujjain. In addition to bricks and lime, the idol is supposedly made of fenugreek seed, soil gathered from the seven Mokshapuris, or holy Hindu pilgrimages, (Ayodhya, Mathura, Mayapuri, Kashi, Kanchi, Avantika, and Dwarka), as well as the powder of five gems, or Pancha Ratna, (diamond, emerald, pearl, ruby, and topaz).

Lalbagh Palace

Lalbagh Palace is one of the most impressive structures of the Holkar dynasty. Spread over 71.63 acres, the Palace was built between 1886 and 1921, during the reigns of Tukoji Rao II, Shivaji Rao and Tukoji Rao III. The architecture of Lal Bagh Palace reflects the European style and the imposing gate of the palace is built as a replica of the main gate of Buckingham palace; only it is twice as large.

Gulawat Valley

While every spot at the Gulawat Lotus Valley in Indore is breathtaking, however, you should not miss the opportunity to see the charming 100-meter bridge that spans the lake. One of the most beautiful sites to see in Indore, Gulawat Valey is the place where you can enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the lake and surfaced lotuses. Also, if you want to see the magnificent sunrise, you should set out early and witness the first sunbeam touching the flowers that are floating over the lake before striking the sparkling lake.


Indira Gandhi Pratishthan, Lucknow is one of the best-reviewed venues present in the city of nawabs Lucknow. This venue is known for its luxurious and elegant look that makes it idyllic for a number of events, exhibition, trade fairs & conferences. Its a huge place with greenery mssive lawns and Auditoriums of various capacity with beautifully designed semi circular seating capacity with soundproof halls, spacious corridoors, display space for standies, posters n cutouts etc. Clean toilets in diferently situated Auditoriums.

Date: 13th, 14th & 15th December 2024 Time: 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM


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Imambara Lucknow

Bara Imambara, also known as Asfi Imambara is an imambara complex in Lucknow, India.The building also includes the large Asfi mosque, the Bhul-bhulaiya (the labyrinth), and Bowli, a step well with running water. Two imposing gateways lead to the main hall. It is said that there are 1024 ways to reach the terrace but only two to come back first gate or the last gate. It is an accidental architecture.Construction of Bara Imambara was started in 1780, a year of a devastating famine, and one of Asaf-ud-Daula's objectives in embarking on this grandiose project was to provide employment for people in the region for almost a decade while the famine lasted. It is said that ordinary people used to work in the day building up the edifice, while noblemen and other elite worked at night to break down anything that was raised that day. It was a project that preceded a Keynesian-like intervention for employment generation. Construction of the Imambara was completed in 1794. The estimated cost of building the Imambara ranges between half a million rupees to a million rupees. Even after completion, the Nawab used to spend between four and five hundred thousand rupees on its decoration annually.

The Recedency Lucknow

The Residency, also called as the British Residency and Residency Complex, is a group of several buildings in a common precinct in the city of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. It served as the residence for the British Resident General who was a representative in the court of the Nawab. The Residency is located in the heart of the city, in the vicinity of other monuments like Shaheed Smarak, Tehri Kothi and High Court Building.Construction started during the rule of Nawab Asaf-ud-Daulah and ended during the rule of Nawab Saadat Ali Khan II,[1] who was the fifth Nawab of the province of Awadh (British spelling Oudh). Construction took place between 1780 and 1800 AD. Between 1 July 1857 and 17 November 1857 the Residency was subject to the Siege of Lucknow, part of the Indian Rebellion of 1857. The Residency now exists as ruins.

The Hazaratganj Market

Hazratganj is the downtown and the main shopping centre of Lucknow, the capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. In addition to bazaars, it also contains shopping complexes, restaurants, hotels, theaters, cafés and many offices. In 1827, the then Nawab Nasir-ud-Din Haidar Shah laid the foundation of the Ganj market by introducing the China Bazaar and Kaptaan Bazaar which sold goods from China, Japan and Belgium. The famous Taar Wali Kothi, the Dargah of 12 Imams at Khas Mukaam, the Choti Chattar Manzil, the Saawan-Bhadoh Mahal (the present location of zoo), the stunning Baradari, which was earlier situated between Kaiserbagh, Darulshafa, and Lalbagh also emerged during his regime.In 1842, the name of the area was changed to Hazratganj after Nawab Amjad Ali Shah, who was popularly known by his alias 'Hazrat'. After the First War of Independence in 1857, Britishers took over the city and Hazratganj was modelled after London's Queen Street. Many old Mughal style buildings were demolished and new European structures came up.

Gomti Riverfront Lucknow

Gomti Riverfront is a newly constructed park with some great asthetic appeal located in Jimau, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. It was inaugrated by the honourable CM of Uttar Pradesh on 16th october, 2016. The park is open for public and is located around 3kms near the city centre. Gomti Riverfront Park was constructed with the concern of preservation and develpoment of river Gomti, which is considered as the lifeline of Uttar Pradesh. The lush Green environment around the banks of Gomti river which is around 15kms long has been created as per International Standards. the park stretches over 2kms in area. Its major attraction is the musical fountain, which is very huge and can be seen from both sides of the river. The musical fountainattracts around 200-300 people on a regular basis. Other facilities includes a huge capacity (around 20,000 seats) Amphitheater, cycling and jogging tracks,boating, play area for children etc. It allows the visitors to experience the beauty of river Gomti, its a peaceful and a great hangout place for individuals, friends and family.

Visitors usually spend an hour or more. The best time to visit here is evening and morning. It allows dogs and has specalised area bulit for the wheelchair entrance. It has a huge parking capacity ( around 300 car parkings) as well. It is advised to visit the park in the evening as the musical fountain show starts around 7 PM. The park remains open throughout the year during timings 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM.

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