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Rangpanchami and Ahilya Utsav are the prime festivals of the city.The Ahilya Utsav is an annual festival celebrated in the memory of Rani Ahilyabai Holkar. The Sitlamata Bazaar is popular for Maheshwari and Chanderi saris. One can find budget, mid-range and luxury hotels conveniently.Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar brought several developmental changes and reforms in the city.

During the Maratha regime, the city was renamed ‘Indur’, which the local Marathi community continues to use.

It was later Anglicised to ‘Indore’ during the British era.

Indore, which is the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh, is a blend of ancient and modern lifestyle.

Located on the southern edge of Malwa Plateau, Indore is popular for its history, bazaars and cuisine.

One of the major cultural hubs of the Philippines, the genteel Old World charm and opulent history of Ilocos Sur reflects the hundreds and hundreds of years of being at the crossroads of European and Asian trade and commerce- a trip to Ilocos Sur is definitely a step back in entire Ilocos region which then stretched from the town of Luna (Namacpacan) in the province of what is now part of La Union to Bangui in what is now part of Ilocos Norte and was then called by its ancient name Samtoy (from the phrase “sao ditoy, which in Ilokano meant “our dialect) and the inhabitants built their villages in small bays on coves called “looc” in the local dialect.

The natives by the coast were referred to as “Ylocos” which meant “from the lowlands” (the “Igorots” of the Cordilleras on the other hand meant “from the highlands”).

The largest and most densely populated city in central India, the city is popular for its history, monuments, food and bazaars.

Rao Nandlal Chaudhary, founder of the city, named it as ‘Indrapur’ after Lord Indra, the deity of Indreshwar temple.

With this, Vigan prominently established itself as the center of the Hispanic presence in the north and this is pretty much evident with the fine fusion of European and Asian architecture in the city, best exemplified in the houses with their airy balconies, wide-opened windows and an unmistakable Iberian, Chinese, and Mexican air permeating the cobble-stone streets of Calle Crisologo in the Mestizo District also known as the Kasanglayan (literally “where the Sangleys/Chinese live”).

The Mestizo District has the highest number of ancestral houses and colonial era architecture which was mostly built by the Chinese merchants who settled, intermarried and became the local elite of the 19th century.

On a side note, not a lot of visitors know that the name Vigan derived its name from a lush plant species of the taro family named “Bigaa”.

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