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Laxmi Narayan Temple, Bhopal Shaukat Mahal Upper Lake and Lower Lake

Introduction

Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh has a rich historical past in its foundation. Also known as the “City of Lakes”, it gets placed on the North-western part of Madhya Pradesh. This ancient city comes today as a sprawling urbanised locale, having the perfect blend of tradition and novelty. Bhopal presents several important sites that are an actual pleasure for tourists. The city of Nawab, Bhopal stands as a popular tourist destination. Apart from its scenic beauty Bhopal acclaims of an ample number of worth visiting tourists spots. Some are real masterpieces of constructive distinction.


History

Bhopal was built by the legendary King Bhoja in 11th century A.D. Later the city was ruled by Mughals by defeating the local rulers. The declination of the Mughal Empire was the death of Aurangzeb in 1707 A.D. and meaning most to political turmoil in this region. The city became the second largest Muslim state during the ascending of British power in India.


Major Tourist Attractions in Bhopal


Laxmi Narayan Temple

The temple gets located to the South of the Lower Lake on the Aerea Hills. Also known as Birla Mandir, this abode of Lord Vishnu takes place near a museum of sculptures from the districts of Raisen, Sehore, Mandsaur and Shahdol. These sculptures include the images of Lord Shiva, Vishnu and their respective incarnations.


Shaukat Mahal

Shuakat Mahal is a reminiscence of bygone era that lies in the heart of the walled city. This building arouses tourists' curiosity for its specific settings as it comes set in varied European styles, making it different from other Islamic buildings there.


Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya

This Museum of Man is an attractively designed structure that exhibits the blend of art, culture and religious belief. Placed cozily up the hills, Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya makes available the particulars of many tribes of India.


Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid in Bhopal is a beautiful sequence of religion and art. Built in 1837, this entrances to those who respect for artistic creation. Among another structures in this mosque there are the golden spikes that may be seen from miles.


Upper Lake and Lower Lake

A lake in Bhopal gets divided by a bridge and it has made into two sections named upper Lake and lower Lake. These tranquil lakes emerge out as crucial tourist spots that avail boating and sailing facilities.


Taj-ul Masjid

Taj-Ul Masjid is one of the largest mosques in India. This has the two huge minarets in white that forms the mosque awesome. The construction of the mosque was the aspiration of Shah Jahan Begum. It was completed only in 1971 after the involvement of the government. Today, it comes used as a Madarsa, school for religious teachings.


Van Vihar Safari Park

This national park is an apple of Wildlife enthusiasts' eyes. Covering about 500 hectares, the national park happens as home to some of the most endangered species. This park avails the opportunity to see many beasts such as lions, leopards, tigers and bears.


How to Reach

By Air/:Regular flights are available from Bhopal and connects the city with New Delhi, Mumbai, Indore and Gwalior.

By Rail: Major trains going from Mumbai to Delhi via Itarsi and Jhansi and these also pass through the city of Bhopal.

By Road: Regular bus service link Bhopal with Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior and all other prominent cities of state.


This capital of Madhya Pradesh is home for Mughals next to Agra!



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