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Living in Indore

Indore has grown rapidly since its days of being a trading hub between the Decan and Delhi. Known as “Mini Bombay”, the city is home to the Madhya Pradesh Stock Exchange and so is considered the commercial hub of the Madhya Pradesh state. With a thriving business center and cultural undercurrent, Indore is seen a central power city. There are plenty of opportunities in business, finance, technology and leisure for an expat looking to settle here. InterNations’ community boards and personal messaging services are the perfect way to get in touch with expats that have experience of living in Indore. Many expatriates have a lot of questions before their move about life in the city, education, jobs, health care and so one. Most would like to establish local contacts before they arrive; InterNations is the perfect place to facilitate that.

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Moving to Indore

An expatriate moving to Indore will be living the ultimate city lifestyle; this doesn’t come cheap, though, with real estate prices in the city some of the highest in the state. Expats living in Indore can nevertheless fully experience and enjoy the city’s culture, fashion and architecture. Indore is home to the Krishnapura Chhatris Royal Tombs and the Khajrana Ganesh Temple; both are stunning pieces of architecture popular with domestic and international tourists. Many expatriates looking to relocate to Indore, or indeed any other part of the world, have found that the resources offered by InterNations’ have helped them to feel better prepared. Get access to general guides to relocation and how to plan your move and what to expect when relocating. Or make contact with other expats in the area; they will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

Working in Indore

This thriving center of commerce has ample opportunities for an ambitious expat and their family. Jobs in finance, research, technology and leisure are abundant; you should be able to find a position relatively easily with the right background and experience. Why not join the InterNations online community to speak to fellow expats living and working in Indore or other parts of India; find out how they got their foot in the door and what employment opportunities are currently on offer. You may even make some useful contacts for the future. InterNations also offers access to general guides and useful information on their website and in the Expat Magazine. Get answers to any questions you may have and avoid making common mistakes others have made before you when relocating to another country.

Jonathan Brown

"The great events organized by InterNations helped me get to know Delhi expats from all over the world."

Sophie Poirier

"When I moved from Canada to Delhi, InterNations helped me connect with fellow Americans and feel more at home."