Bhopal

Bhopal is a city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It's one of India’s greenest cities. There are two main lakes, the Upper Lake and the Lower Lake. On the banks of the Upper Lake is Van Vihar National Park, home to tigers, lions and leopards. The State Museum has fossils, paintings and rare Jain sculptures. Taj-ul-Masjid is one of Asia’s largest mosques, with white domes, minarets and a huge courtyard.

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Badbhada Dam
8 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Badbhada Dam is an old dam which was constructed in 1965, it is located in Suraj Nagar, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. This dam is around 8 kms away from the city centre of Bhopal.

The Badbhada Dam is a set of 11 water control gates (also known as sluice gate) which is at the South-east corner of the renowned Upper Lake. The capacity of water, the tanks can hold is upto the level of 1666. 80 feet. This dam was mainly constructed for the purpose of controlling the outflow of water, from the lake to Kaliasote river. Now, this dam is opened only when the region receives heavy rainfall.
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Balaji Mandir, Bhopal
8.7 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Balaji Mandir (Venkatesh Temple) is located in Piplani, BHEL, is built on South Indian statue art. The temple is 8. 7 kms away from Bhopal Jn railway station, which approximately takes 24 min by car. The temple was established in the year 1978 by a southern community.

The majestic three tiered gate of the temple is approximately 40 feet high. After entering the temple one could see the Dharmadhvaj pillar, there's a statue of Lord Balaji on the main pillar of the temple and on one side of the pillar is the temple of Goddess Padmavati and on the other side is Goddess Goda Devi. There...

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Located within the city limits of Bhopal is the Bharat Bhavan which is situated in the J. Swaminathan Marg, Shamla Hills, near Upper Lake, Bhopal. Bharat Bhavan is multi art centre set up to create an interactive proximity between the verbal, visual and performing arts. Inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi on 13th February 1982, the Bharat Bhavan provides space for contemporary expression, thought, quest and innovation.

Bharat Bhavan was established and funded by the Department of Culture, Government of Madhya Pradesh, and is run by an autonomous, 12-...

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Bhimbetka Rock Shelters, Raisen
44.5 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Bhimbetka rock shelters are one of India's oldest art galleries. It is located at a distance of 44. 5 kms from the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. According to legends, Bhimbetka is derived from 'Bhimbaithak' which means 'The sitting place of Bhima. ' V. S. Wakenkar discovered this historic site in 1957.

Bhimbetka rock shelters are in the foothills of the Vindhyan mountains on the southern edge of the central Indian plateau. It is considered one of the fascinating rock art sites in India. The experts studying it claim it to be about 2 to 5 lakhs year old. Bhimbetka rock shelters ex...

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Bhojeshwar Temple is an ancient Shiva temple in Bhojpur, near the city of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The temple is at a distance of about 30 kms from the Bhopal Junction railway station.

The Bhojeshwar temple is believed to have been built by the Parmar king, Raja Bhoja, who lends the region the name of Bhojpur. The temple stands incomplete, and thus, without any precise dates inscribed on its body. However, historical evidence has led people to calculate that the temple dates back to the 11th century. The temple has been declared to be a monument of national importance by the Archaeo...

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Bhojtal, formerly known as Upper Lake, is a large lake which lies on the western side of the capital city of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal. Due to early origination of lake, city boomed around it and thus placing it in a central location and is spread over an area of 36. 1 sq km. Bhopal is known as the ‘City of Lakes’ because of the numerous lakes spread throughout the city. The Upper Lake stands out as the most majestic one of all. The serenity of the lake provides a refreshing break from a hard day’s work. The lake was known as the Upper Lake or Bada Talab until March 2011 it was renamed to Bhojtal...

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Bhopal Fish Aquarium
Within Bhopal city limits
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Bhopal Fish Aquarium, also known as the Machhli Ghar, is located near the Raj Bhavan and old assembly hall facing the Lower Lake. It is located at a distance of 0. 6 km from the city centre of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

The fish shaped aquarium was established on 31st May, in the year 1977. The two storied aquarium covers a total area of one hectare, displaying over sixty six varieties of ornamental and fresh water fishes including Tiger Barb, Black Moor, Shark, Golden Gormi and several other exotic and colourful fishes. The aquarium is also a house to fishes like Rohu, Katla, Mirgal...

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Bijasan Mata Temple is a sacred shrine in Salkanpur, in the Sehore district near Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The temple is 70 kms away from the city of Bhopal, and the closest railway station is in Hoshangabad, at a distance of approximately 35kms.

The Bijasan or Vijayasan Mata Temple is dedicated to the Goddess Durga, particularly to her incarnation called Ma Durga Beejasan. The inner sanctum of the temple houses a naturally formed idol representing the goddess in orange. The place also has shrines for Goddesses Lakshmi and Saraswati, and the god, Bhairav. The temple is built on top o...

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Located within the city limit of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh is the Birla Lakshmi Narayan Temple, built at the summit of Arera hills, on the southern part of lower lake and structured with grandiose scale and design. The temple was built in the honour of Lakshmi, the deity of wealth and her consort Vishnu (also known by the name Narayan), the preserver of the universe. Hence the name Lakshmi Narayan. The Birla Lakshmi Narayan Temple was erected by the famous industrial family - the Birla Group and inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi. Since the temple is the creation of Birla family, it is probably name a...

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Birla Museum is a promiment Museum in the city of Bhopal. It houses wide archeological collections of well preserved pre-historic artifacts. It is located near Arera Hills, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The museum was built in 1971 and is located within the city centre of Bhopal.

Birla Museum is a part of Birla mandir complex which is owned by the Birla family. The museum has a small collection of fine stone sculpture, whose informations are displayed well. Most of the stone sculptures are from 7th to 12th century B. C. The sculptures are mainly of the hindu gods Shiva, Vishnu and Shakti,...

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Chinar Park, Bhopal
Within Bhopal city limits
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Chinar Park near Bhim Nagar Slums in Arera Hills located in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. It is known for its sculptures which are made of scrap parts. It is located within city limits.

Chinar Park is one of the most famous parks of Bhopal. The park consist of animal figures which are made of scrap parts of automobiles or machinery mainly consisting of metal containing aluminum. The park is well planned and is very well spacious throughout the area. The park is beautifully manicured which makes it an ideal spot for family picnics or romantic destination for the couples.

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Ekant Park, Bhopal
9 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Ekant Park is a public park in the city of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The park is located about 9 kms away from the Bhopal Junction railway station.

Built in 1996, Ekant Park, alternatively called Shri Guru Govind Singh Park, is among the best public gardens in the city. With its lush forested areas and water streams, the park is a regular respite from polluted urban spaces for the locals. It is situated near the Shahpura Lake, and sprawls over 80 acres of land. The park has an abundance of flora and fauna, like its nursery of medicinal plants and a small bird sanctuary. The space is ...

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Gohar Mahal of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh is located within the city limit of Bhopal is one of the beautiful palaces in Bhopal. The beautiful monument is located at the bank of Upper Lake. It is centrally located in the heart of the city so it can be reached easily by various modes of transportations. Today tourists from across Madhya Pradesh and other parts of India and world visit the palace to get glimpses of the royal past of Bhopal. Standing tall as a declaration to the social heritage of this city of Nawabs, it is really a lovely house worked as a royal residence, speaking to a great mix of ...

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Shri Ramanandashram Gufa Mandir or the Cave Temple is one of the top tourist attractions in Bhopal and is located in Lalghati which is approximately 5 kms away from the center of Bhopal. Gufa Mandir was discovered in 1949 by Shri Mahant Narayan Das Ji Tyagi. The temple was then reconstructed on 02 April 1965.

The temple is surrounded by seven natural caves and that is the reason why it was given the name 'Gufa Mandir'. There is a svyambhu (self-manifested) Shivlinga in one cave. There is also a Sanskrit college located alongside the temple. So, the student studying there, live in r...

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Halali Dam, Bhopal
45 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Halali Dam is a water reservoir and dam in the Raisen district near Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The spot is at a distance of about 45 kms from the Bhopal Junction railway station.

The dam is built on, and named after, the Halali River – so called because of its tryst with violence in the 18th century. Local history states that the killing of some Rajputs by the army of Dost Mohammad Khan caused the river to run red, earning it the name of Halali or 'of slaughter'. It also goes by other names like Thal and Banganga. The reservoir is also home to a great variety of fish like rohu, catla ...

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Jama Masjid is also known as Taj-ul-Masajid which means 'crown among mosques', is a prominent Islamic religious site in Bhopal. This is the second largest mosque of India as well as one of the largest mosque in Asia. It is located within the city centre of Bhopal.

The construction of Jama Masjid was inititaed by Nawab Shah Jahan Begum who was the wife of Baqi Mohammad Khan, during the reign of Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar. Later, the construction was continued by her daughter Sultan Jahan Begum, who could not complete it becasue of lack of funds and the war of 1857. The constr...

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Kaliyasot Dam
13.5 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Kaliyasot Dam is one the most prominent dams in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The place is about 13. 5 kms away from the Bhopal Junction railway station.

Kaliyasot Dam is primarily used for the irrigation of the farmlands in the immediate areas of Bhopal and Raisen, especially for growing rabi crops in the months of November to February. The dam also features as an essential part of the process of conserving and controlling the flow of rainwater. The dam has 13 gates through which rainwater is directed into the flow of the Kaliyasot river, which eventually merges into the Betwa river. Th...

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Kamla Nehru Bal Udhyan, Bhopal
Within Bhopal city limits

Kamla Nehru Bal Udhyan is a public park near BHEL township, Sector A in Berkheda, Bhopal. The park is located in the heart of Bhopal. Kamla Nehru Bal Udhyan is within city-limits and is easily reachable by road.

Kamla Nehru Bal Udhyan is a public and children's park in BHEL township located in Bhopal. It is one of the best children garden in the city. There is a toy train inside the park which can be enjoyed by the toddlers. Other amenities which the park provides are special kids play area, swings, rope bridge and a walking path for morning walk and jogging. The place also double...

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Rani Kamlapati Mahal is an old palace in the city of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The palace is located on the bridge between the Upper Lake or Bada Talab and the Lower Lake, at a distance of about 4km from the Bhopal Junction railway station, within Bhopal city.

The Rani Kamlapati Mahal, as it is seen today, was built in the year 1722, and named after the widow of the ruler of Ginnorgarh, Nizam Shah. There are amazing local legends about the romance between the Nizam and his Rani, and her ethereal beauty as she floated on the lake on a lotus at night, followed by her attendants – possi...

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Kerwa Dam
15 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Kerwa Dam is an eco-tourism site which is a scenic picnic spot in Bhopal. It is located at a distance of 15 kms from the capital city Bhopal.

Kerwa Dam is considered an ideal gateway for the weekends. The dam comprises a total area of 69 sq. km which also includes its catchment area. Kerwa Dam was and irrigation and hydroelectricity generation project. The prime motive behind the project was to accommodate the water requirements of Bhopal. People come here to enjoy the picturesque scene of the setting sun and flocking birds. Kerwa Dam is known for its richness of flora and fauna, a...

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Lower Lake, Bhopal
Within Bhopal city limits
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The Lower Lake also known as Chota talaab is a small man-made lake constructed in 1794. It is located in Jahangirabad, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The lake is within the city centre of Bhopal.

Lower Lake was constructed by Chote Khan who was a minister of Nawab Hayat Muhammad Khan Bahadur with the purpose of adding beauty to the area. The lake was formed by merging many wells. There is also a lake known as Upper Lake, these two Lakes are divided by a bridge known as Pul Pukhta or Lower Lake Bridge. The lower lake is spread in an area of 1. 29 square km, with a depth of 6 meters or 20 fe...

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Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum is a heritage museum which stands out from other museums in the State. It is located 6 kms from the capital city Bhopal.

Tribal Museum is a rich tapestry of exhaustive exhibits showcasing the tribal art and culture. The artistic displays are mesmerizing and create awareness about the tribal rituals, customs, the form of worship and so on. It was created and dedicated to the tribal people of Madhya Pradesh. The gallery showcases the way of life of seven significant tribes of Madhya Pradesh - The Bheel, Gond, Korku, Baiga, Sahariya, Bhariya, and Kol. The ...

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Mali Mandir, Bhopal
Within Bhopal city limits

Mali Mandir is a beautiful temple located in the heart of the city Bhopal. The temple is 1. 6 kilometers away from the Bhopal Jn railway station, which approximately takes 6 mins in a rickshaw/car. Mali Mandir was built by Phool Mali community, dedicated to the devotion of the holy duo Radhe-Krishna as a symbol of love and peace.

The beautiful temple is well lit and spacious, which calms our senses and help us relax so that the devotees can be better focused in devotion. The temple is mainly known for the flower decorations and offerings done here. Shri Nathuram Patel contributed ...

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Manua Bhan ki Tekri is a Jain temple in the Lalghati area in the city of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The temple is located around 9 kms away from the Bhopal Junction railway station.

Manua Bhan ki Tekri is a holy shrine for followers of Jainism and others. The temple is dedicated to the Jain saints Shriman Bhadarji, whose idol can be seen inside the temple, and Maharaj Vijay Suriji, Jindutta Sureshwarji and Acharya Manutung, whose footwear are kept as relics. The site is also known as the Sadhana Sthal of the Oswals. Also known as Mahavir Giri, the place is also famous for a manuscrip...

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Marine Drive, Bhopal
Within Bhopal city limits
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The beautiful lake view road of Bhopal is called as marine drive, runs along with one of the best lake of India known as Upper Lake. Marine Drive of Bhopal is 2-3 Km long lake side roads with spectacular view within the city limits. The marine drive is easy to reach through various modes of public and private transports.

The roads on the marine drive are very beautiful with many arts and paintings on the roadside walls. The path ways adjoining the lake is also flanked by a beautifully decorated road (Manicured garden) which makes the morning walk a walk to remember. One can witness...

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Moti Masjid is a 19th century mosque near peer gate in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The mosque is situated in the heart of city and is architecturally very beautiful and is similar to Jama Masjid. It is located within city-limits.

Moti Masjid is an Islam Mosque which was built in the year 1860 by one of the prominent women monarchs of Bhopal, Sikander Begum, who was the daughter of Qudsia Begum. Sikander Begum built many roads, monuments and bridges in Bhopal in which one of the finest example being the Moti Masjid. Moti Masjid appropriately suits its name which when translated is 'Pea...

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The Museum of Mankind is a museum dedicated to the anthropological study of humankind in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The place is situated about 8 kms away from the Bhopal Junction railway station.

The National Museum of Mankind, or the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, is an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Culture of the Government of India. Unlike the other national museums, the Museum of Mankind does not contain specific collections of relics or historical artefacts. Instead it focuses on the preservation and exhibition of the idea of human evolution – which i...

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Regional Science Center, Bhopal
Within Bhopal city limits
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Regional Science Centre was inaugrated by the then president of India, late Shankar Dayal Sharma, on January 12, 1995. This center is one of the 25 constituent units of National Council Of Science Museums, which is an autonoumous scientific organisation under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. The science centre is located on Banganga Road, Shymala Hills, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. It is located within the city centre of Bhopal.

Regional Science Centre is a fun science gallery. The place is full of science and related things where young children, teenagers as well as adults ...

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Remember Bhopal Museum
Within Bhopal city limits
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Remember Bhopal Museum is a museum near Berasia Road in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. It pays homage to the incident of Bhopal gas leak disaster. It is located within city limits.

The Remember Bhopal Museum is a museum in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh that commemorates the incident of Bhopal gas leak disaster. The museum was established on 2nd December, 2014 which was the 30th anniversary of the gruesome disaster that struck the city. The Bhopal disaster was caused by a gas leak that occurred at the Union Carbide India Limited pesticide plant in Bhopal on 2nd December 1984. Rama Lakshmi, a jou...

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Sai Baba Temple, Bhopal
Within Bhopal city limits

Sai Baba Temple is located in the heart of the city, in E-6 Arera Colony in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

Sai Baba Temple in Bhopal is one of the most religious and peaceful temples in the city. People all over India admire this temple because of it's calm environment. It is so calm that tourists can actually mediate in the temple premises. Visitors usually spend one hour to see this temple.

It is best to visit the temple during early morning or in the evening time. The temple remains open to visitors during timings 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM, everyday. ...

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Sair Stupa, Bhopal
7 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Sair Sapata is located on the banks of Upper lake in Prempura, at a distance of 7 kms from the city centre of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

Sair Sapata is a tourism and entertainment complex of Bhopal and was inaugrated by the State Chief Minister on 29th September, 2011. It was developed by Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation. The complex has several attractions like musical fountains, two acres of children's play grounds, a suspension bridge, toy train and several other things.

Visitors usually spend two to three hours to see the place. The entry fee is INR...

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Shahpura Lake
Within Bhopal city limits
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Shahpura Lake is a lake located near Shahpura Road in Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. The lake is situated in one of the posh localities of Bhopal. Shahpura Lake can be reached easily by road and is within city limits.

Shahpura Lake is a manmade water reservoir which was created in the year 1974-1975 under the Betwa Irrigation Scheme, which was initiated to help in irrigation and to supply water in deficient areas of India. It has an area of 8. 29 km. The main source of the lake water is storm water and the main use of the lake water is to rain sewage water of resident...

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Shaukat Mahal and Sadar Manzil are historical buildings in the Chowk area of the city of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The structures are located around 4 kms away from the Bhopal Junction railway station.

Shaukat Mahal and Sadar Manzil bring alive the splendour of a bygone era through its architecture and vibe. The Shaukat Mahal, as the name suggests was a palace, built for the Nawab of Bhopal. While, the adjacent structure of the Sadar Manzil functioned as the Diwan-e-Aam or courtroom for the public during the princely reign. Shaukat Mahal is exceptional in its architectural style, whi...

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Shaurya Smarak is a war memorial dedicated to Indian soldiers situated at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. It is located in the heart of Arera Hills near M. P. Nagar and Secretariat. It is located within city limits.

Shaurya Smarak is a war memorial situated at Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh. It was inaugurated by the current Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on 14th October 2016. The memorial was established by the government of Madhya Pradesh in the heart of Arera Hills near M. P. Nagar and Secretariat. The large area is stretched over 12. 67 acres. There is a 62-feet high scu...

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State Museum, Bhopal
6 kms from Bhopal city limits
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The State museum earlier known as Bhopal museum is an archaeological museum in Bhopal. The State museum consists of a splendid collection of sculptures brought from various parts of the state. It is at a distance of 6 kms from capital city of Madhya Pradesh, i. e. , Bhopal.

The State Museum is the treasure house of antiquities such as coins, excavated artifacts like terracotta articles, sculpture, and paintings of the most significant historical sites around the region. The State Museum is devoted to archaeology and exhibits the samples of the beautiful carvings of Khajuraho's roma...

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Taj-ul-Masajid, Bhopal
Within Bhopal city limits
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Situated on the shores of unblemished 'Motia Talaab' in Bhopal, the 'Taj-ul-Masajid' is one of the greatest attractions within the city limits of Bhopal and obviously, a noteworthy site of religious tourism for Muslims who go here from distant corners of the nation and the world. The name Taj-ul-Masajid literally means ‘The Crown of Mosques’, which is truly reflected in the majestic architecture of the mosque, a magnificent spectacle in its own right. Taj-ul-Masajid is the manifestation of one woman’s dream. The glory and splendor of Taj-ul-Masajid is best brought out from the local saying ‘M...

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The Great Stupa, Sanchi
48.7 kms from Bhopal city limits
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The stupa is generally considered to be a sepulchral monument-a place of burial or a receptacle for religious objects. In Buddism, the earliest stupas contained portions of the Buddha's ashes, and as a result, the stupa began to be associated with the body of Buddha. The Great Stupa is one of the oldest stone structures in Sanchi which is a Buddhist complex, on a hilltop at Sanchi town in Raisen district in Madhya Pradesh. It is located at a distance of 48. 7 kms from the capital city of Bhopal. The emperor Ashoka originally commissioned the Great Stupa in the 3rd century BCE. The original con...

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Tropic of Cancer, Bhopal
30 kms from Bhopal city limits

Tropic of Cancer is the most northerly circle of latitude on Earth at which the sun can be directly overhead. This line lies above and parallel to the equator. It crosses from many regions of India including Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. It is located in Bhopal-Vidisha Highway which is about 30 kms from the city centre of Bhopal.

Tropic of cancer is a line of Latitude that circles around the Earth at 23. 5 dgrees north of the equator. It is used to divide the earth into different parts for the purpose of navigation. Tropic of Cancer crosses from the middle of Bhopal's highway. It is quite...

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The Udayagiri Caves are twenty rock-cut caves near Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh from the early years of the 5th century CE. It is located at a distance of 56. 8 km from the capital city Bhopal. Udayagiri means the 'Sunrise Mountains. 'Udayagiti caves were carved and reworked under the command of Chandragupta II, emperor of the Gupta Empire.

Udayagiri Caves are a series of at least 20 caves, containing both Hindu and Jain sculptures from the Gupta era. It is one of the most important archaeological sites of India and is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. Udayagiri Caves co...

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Van Vihar, Bhopal
10 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Van Vihar National Park is a protected forest and wildlife area in the capital city of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The national park is located adjacent to the Upper Lake or Bada Talab, at a distance of approximately 10 kms from the Bhopal Junction railway station.

Spread over a large expanse of 4. 43 square kilometres, the Van Vihar National Park is among the largest green spaces in Bhopal, making it a primary source of oxygen for the residents. It was given the status of a National Park in the year 1983. However, its policy of keeping some of the animals contained in wide enclosures ...

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Vardhaman Park, Bhopal
Within Bhopal city limits
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Vardhaman Park has a great scenic beauty, with the view of Upper Lake and few scattered hills. It is located near Shymala Hills,Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. It is located within the city centre of Bhopal.

Vardhaman Park is a centrally located park which has a great asthetic appeal. The park is built near the Upper Lake which adds up the factor of having water sport facilities, which has been provided by the members of Boating Club. It is frequently visited by the locals in the evening as they can enjoy boating in the lake at really affordable price. The park has a beautiful rose garden i...

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Yodhasthal Military Museum, Bhopal
10 kms from Bhopal city limits
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Yodhasthal is an army museum in Bhopal known for its exhibition of arms and ammunition used by the Indian Armed forces. It is located 10 kms from the capital city of Madhya Pradesh.

The museum provides intriguing knowledge about the victories and war stories of Indian Army. The Yodhastal Military museum provides enriching audio and visual experience about the armed forces. The museum displays artillery guns, tanks and arms used on the battlefield before and after independence. The original movie of the museum was to create awareness among the youngsters through exhibiting the finer...

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