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Bhojpal was built by Raja Bhoj in the eleventh century and thus inherited the prosperity of the Gupta Dynasty.  Later on, the Mughals captured the city and ruled it till the beginning of the eighteenth century. The Afghan soldier – Dost Mohammed established the princely province of Bhopal in 1723. Well supported by the tribal queen – Rani Kamalpathi, he was able to ward off the neighbouring Rajput kings. When speaking about the History of Bhopal, the contribution of the Begums cannot be written off. The females of the royal family ruled the state for almost hundred years. They led austere lives, followed their religion faithfully and were able administrators. Begum Nawab Sultan Jahan was one of the greatest Begum rulers of Bhopal.

Sultan Jahan's son Hamidullah inherited the throne in the year 1926. Under him, the Bhopal State signed the 'Instrument of Accession' and became the part of the Indian Republic in 1947. The sleepy town of Bhopal has today transformed into a swanky modern city akin to a State Capital. Today Bhopal is one of primary choices of MNCs trying for expansion on one hand and for individuals to settle down in this peaceful city on the other.  With the upcoming ISBT and BRTC and the boom of real estate business, Bhopal is certain to become one of the beautiful cities in the near future.


Lakshmi Narayana Temple

The Lakshmi Narayana Temple on the Arera Hills commands a panoramic view of Bhopal, and is also known as the Birla Temple because the Birlas, one of leading industrial families of India, have built it. Attached to the temple is the Birla Museum that houses a collection of sculptures from the Mandsaur, Shahdol, Sehore and Raisen districts of Madhya Pradesh.


Taj-ul-Masjid, one of the largest and most elegant Muslim mosques in India. The building really presents a spectacular sight and is worth taking a bow to. It’s pink façade is topped by two huge white-domed minarets pointing upwards to the heavens, as if seeking its blessings. The mosque also has three huge bulbous domes, an impressive main hallway with attractive pillars, marble flooring and a spacious courtyard.

Upper Lake and Lower Lake

Bhopal is rightly famous for its lakes as it has two most stunning lakes - Upper Lake and Lower Lake.

Raja Bhoj created the Upper Lake in Bhopal in the 11th century while the construction of an earthen dam across the Kolans River. The Upper & Lower Bhopal lakes (also known as Bhoj Wetlands) are urban water bodies. The upper lake is a major source of potable water for the people of the city of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India. The lower lake was constructed much later on the down stream of the dam of Upper lake. The Lower Lake, which is also called as the Chota Talaab, is separated from the Upper Lake by an over-bridge. This lovely lake along with the magnificient Upper Lake has given Bhopal its title as the "City of Lakes".

Shaukat Mahal and Sadar Manzil

The Shaukat Mahal and Sadar Manzil are two architectural curiosities of Bhopal. Situated right at the entrance of the Chowk area, the Mahal is a blend of both oriental and occidental styles of architecture. The Mahal is supposed to have been designed by a decadent Frenchman who claimed to be a descendant of the Bourbon Dynasty of France.  The building is very different from the rest of the Islamic architecture in the vicinity.

Gauhar Mahal

Situated on the banks of the upper lake, Gauhar Mahal is truly an architectural gem. Kudsia Begum built this sprawling Palace in 1820. Though the Palace has not been maintained properly, its arcades maintain the majestic look and the past glory. A splendid mansion of great historical importance, Gohar Mahal is in the path of renovation which will restore the original grandeur.

Manav Sangrhalay

An open-air exhibition of tribal house types located on Shamla Hills. The exhibition highlights the architectural features and has elaborately displayed interiors. The surroundings have been reconstructed to match some of the interesting environmental features of tribal villages. The habitat is open every day except on Mondays and national holidays from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm.

Bharat Bhavan

Bharat Bhavan is multi art centre set up to create an interactive proximity between the verbal, visual and performing arts. It provides space for contemporary expression, thought, quest and innovation. It seek to provide a creative and thought provoking milieu to those who wish to contribute something new and meaningful, in contemporary scene in the fine arts, literature, theatre, cinema, dance and music.

Moti Masjid

The Moti Masjid was an important landmark of Bhopal, and was built in 1860 by Sikandar Jehan Begum, Qudisiya Begum’s daughter. The mosque has a marble-white façade with two small cupolas atop it, and it has two huge black minarets on either side of it.

Mahavir Giri

Situated on a scenic hill, earlier known as Manua Bhan ki Tekri, 7km away from Bhopal on Gwalior Road is the Jain temple dedicated to Lord Mahavir, an important pilgrimage centre for Jains.

Shahpura Lake

Shahpura lake is also one of the gem in Bhopal city. It is lactated near Arera colony. Most visited lake of city because of its unique location and also it lies in middle of the city. Youngsters find it one of the coolest places to hang out and has huge place to have a long walk side of lake.

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