is located in the western region of Madhya Pradesh, and is
close to the centre of India. Indore has an average
elevation of 553 metres. The surrounding areas are part of
the black cotton soil region of India.
The city is well connected via rail, road and air transport
services. Indore has for a long time been a rail and road
Indore is the most populous city in Madhya Pradesh. Indore
is one of the fastest growing Tier II cities in India. It
already is the commercial capital of central India. Its a
favoured test market for industries owing to the diversity
of its population.
Indore is famous for its culinary range. People of Indore
(and for that reason, the entire Malwa) are well known