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This used to be my favorite short story, and I might only think that because I read it when I was a freshman in high school and I remember being shocked by the ending. It’s always stayed with me.

Another story with an ending that you won’t forget anytime soon. O’Connor was a master. If you’ve never read any of her work I would start here.

It’s a chilling story. A man known as the Traveller is visiting a foreign penal colony where he is shown a special machine used to execute prisoners. The machine inscribes the prisoner’s crime onto their body until they die (kind of sounds familiar if you’ve read the fifth Harry Potter book). It takes twelve hours of torture before the prisoner dies. I told you it was chilling!

Kai Ashante Wilson has quite a talent. This ties present day police brutality towards African Americans to post-emancipation America and a family of freed slaves that are living with the Devil that followed them from Africa.

Cities, once they are old enough, must be born. New York City is ready to be born, and must be led into the world by a reluctant midwife.

Okorafor is a wonderful storyteller, and if you’ve never read her books, this would be a great place to start. And if you like this short story, Binti: The Complete Trilogy was released in February!

Oh, you’ve never read Ted Chiang? Well, you must go out now and read this story and then read Stories of Your Life and Others and his new collection Exhalation: Stories, which comes out in May. I was shocked by how good and complex his writing was. I had no idea that the movie The Arrival was based on one of his short stories.

I don’t know. It’s either Zadie Smith’s “The Embassy of Cambodia” or this story that is my favorite on the list… I can’t decide. I think it’s this story. A story about the people of Earth deciding to throw away the Moon. It’s a story of consumerism. Luckily, I own “The Complete Cosmicomics“, so I can continue reading Calvino’s magnificent short story collection.

Top 10 places to visit in Bhopal, Indore and Pachmarhi.

Recommended by Most of the people!

1. Rajwada

It Showcase the architectural grandeur and royal splendour of Maratha empire, Rajwada is one of the most important tourist places in Madhya Pradesh. It was built by the Holkars, Rajwada boasts of a seven-storied structure with a garden and a palace to mesmerise you with its regal ambience.

It is visited by numbers of tourists every day, Rajwada is renowned for its Indo-Saracenic style of architecture and serves as a splendid example of the cultural heritage of Indore.

2. Lotus lake

Lotus lake is popularly known as Gulawat Talab, this is one of the hidden gems near Indore, and is an ideal place for photographers. It is essentially a lake in the valley of Gulawat that also happens to be the home for numerous lotuses.

The scenic beauty of this place makes the experience of boating in the calm waters of this lake, teeming with lotus, truly unforgettable. Most importantly, since this is one of the offbeat places, you will not find herds of tourists altering your fun and spoiling the serenity for you.

The presence of dense bamboo plantation and exotic birds it attracts makes the place all the more enticing.

3. Ralamandal

Ralamandal is a serene destination among places to visit in Madhya Pradesh. It seems to be made for the lovers of wildlife and nature who are looking to escape the chaos of cities.

A popular weekend getaway from Indore, Ralamandal is one of the richest places, apt for exploring nature in Madhya Pradesh.

Encompassing an area of more than 4 square kilometres of scenic landscapes, Ralamandal is a great place to explore various fauna and flora like a leopard, black buck, sambhar, teak, eucalyptus, babul, etc.

4. Patalpani falls

Gear up for a serene respite with a visit to Patalpani Falls when you are vacationing in Madhya Pradesh. As per the legend associated with the falls, the depth of the waterfall is unknown and it is believed that it goes as deep as the underworld.

The place is also a popular trekking spot near Indore for adventure lovers and presents a magnificent sight to behold, especially in the rainy season. If you are looking for famous places in Madhya Pradesh to enjoy a peaceful picnic with your loved ones, Patalpani Falls is the place to be.

5. Taj-ul-Masjid

Literally meaning the ‘crown of mosques’, Taj-ul-Masajid is one of the most elegant mosques in India.

Presenting a breathtaking sight of the gorgeous city of Bhopal, Taj-ul-Masajid is known for its impressive architecture that boasts of a pink façade adorned by two massive white-domed minarets.

The mosque is most popular for its annual congregation that spans over three days and attracts a number of tourists from all over the world.

6. Bhimbetka Caves

A famous archaeological site that has been famed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well, Bhimbetka Rock Shelters is one of the popular places to visit in Madhya Pradesh.

Home to more than 500 rock shelters and a number of paintings that are more than 30,000 years old, Bhimbetka Caves are a delight for history buffs to go back in time and know more about the beginning of South Asian Stone Age.

7. Raisen Fort

One of the popular weekend getaways from Bhopal, Raisen Fort is known for its fascinating history among famous places to visit in Madhya Pradesh. Captivating visitors with its wonderful stories of valiant fights and sacrifices of Jauhar, Raisen Fort is a delight for history buffs.

The 8800-year-old fort is known for its amazing architecture that boasts of nine gateways, domes and many buildings that date back to the medieval era.

One of the popular attractions of Raisen Fort is the shrine of the Muslim saint Hazrat Peer Fatehullah Shah Baba.

8. Jatashankar Caves

Offering a perfect amalgamation of spirituality and adventure, Jata Shankar Caves is a famous religious attraction in Madhya Pradesh. Comprising 108 Shiva lingams, the cave is believed to be the place where Lord Shiva hid to escape the wrath of Bhasmasur

Surrounded by serene surroundings, Jata Shankar Cave is believed to be the originating point of Jambu Dwip stream. Along with Shiva lingam, the caves also have shrines dedicated to Lord Shankar and Goddess Parvati.

9. State Tribal Museum

Dive deep into the history of the cultural city of Bhopal with a visit to the State Tribal Museum. Capturing your attention with various unique offerings on display, State Tribal Museum in Bhopal is known for its well-designed and fascinating themed galleries presenting tribal lifestyle.

The museum is most famed for showcasing the different ways of life of the tribals in the region through their artwork and crafts. State Tribal Museum offers a fascinating collection of wonderful galleries that portray the tribal lifestyle.

10. Sanchi Stupa

One of the most unbeatable places to visit near Bhopal, and possibly in entire India, the magnificence of the Sanchi Stupa remains unmatched till date. Believed to have originated in the 3rd century BCE, the building was built it the reign of the great emperor Ashoka of the Maurya Dynasty and is one of the most remarkable Buddhist monuments in the country.

The Mauryan king undertook the task of redistributing the mortal remains of Lord Buddha all across the face of the country in order to spread the reach of Buddhism. The gigantic dome of the Stupa contains a central vault where the relics of Lord Buddha have been placed.