Indore District in Madhya Pradesh
derives its name from the temple of Indreshwar erected in the town of Indore
in 1741. The population is two and a half million. The district is moderately cool with an average annual rainfall of 40 inches. The languages spoken are Hindi
, English, Gujarati
Indore celebrates all national festivals as well as
, Rang Panchami, Ahilya Utsav,
. Malwa culture is predominant.