Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, has a rich historical past at its foundation. It is also known as the city of lakes, it is located in the northwestern part of Madhya Pradesh. Bhopal was built by the famous king Bhoja in the 11th century. Bhopal is a quiet, historical and comfortable city, where the view of beautiful lakes is very good. Most of the area of the city is surrounded by greenery hills. Thisancientcity today comes as a sparse urbanized place, with the right mix of tradition and novelty.
Panchmarhi, the only hill station of Madhya Pradesh, is located at an altitude of 1067 meters above sea level in Hoshangabad district, 210 kilometers from Bhopal. It is a city illuminated with light at night, Taj-ul-Masjid of Bhopal is considered the largest mosque in Asia. BhopalJama Masjidis also the center of attraction from the Golden Shikhar. Here the waterfall is surrounded by ponds and dense forest.
Bhopal presents many important sites which are a real pleasure for tourists. Nawab s city, Bhopal is a popular tourist destination. Apart from its scenic beauty, Bhopal is in sufficient numbers to visit tourist places. Some are real works of creative distinction.
During the monsoon, the beauty of Bhopal becomes more, the surrounding mountains, jungle waterfalls also thrill. The family adventure here also attracts trekking, people enjoy a picnic with their friends for a picnic while walking in the monsoon. The beauty of Amargarh Fall, situated at Khatpura in Raisen, 55 km from Bhopal, makes your heart fun. Two big water falls are made here in the rain, in which we enjoy the natural beauties. Bhopal is popular for its silver jewelery, embroidery and starched velvet purses, cushions and pearls Biryani, Kebab, Chaat and Jalebi are famous here. The best biryani of the country is found here at Jamil Hotel.
Why Go To Bhopal
Ancient Cities, Cities of Lakes, Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Shaukat Mahal, National Human Organization, Jama Masjid, Upper Lake and Lower Lake, Taj-ul-Masjid, Van Vihar Safari Park, A Mix of Tradition and Innovation
The Jama Masjid in Old Delhi is the largest mosque in the country. The mosque was built between 1644 and 1658 by the great Mughal ruler - Shah Jahan. It has three great gates, four towers and two 40-meter high towers, built of red sandstone and white marble strips. The pillars are inscribed with verses from the Holy Quran. Jama Masjid has many historical events and memories inside it. It took 6 years to build this mosque and about 10 lakh rupees. It is a fine example of Mughal stature and grandeur. It is a very popular tourist attraction of the national capital. Intricate carvings, magnificent structures and distinctive Mughal architecture are the main attractions of the mosque. The main courtyard of the mosque is large enough to accommodate 25, 000 devotees. The mighty Red Fort is located at the eastern end of the Jama Masjid. North and south gates can be used to enter Jama Masjid, While the eastern gate opens only on Fridays. It is popular about this gate that Sultan used to enter Jama Masjid through this gate. The Jama Masjid has 11 arches. The middle arch is the largest, above which the white and black marble-decorated domes are built. , Humayuns Tomb - Delhi, a shining example of Mughal architecture, Humayuns Tomb is a popular tourist attraction in the national capital. This tomb was nine years after Humayuns death in 1565 AD. Was made in The mausoleum was built in memory of Humayun by his wife Hamida Bano Begum in 1562, while the structure was designed by a Parsi architect named Mirk Mirza Ghiyath. The mausoleum was built nine years after Humayuns death. Humayuns Tomb of Delhi is a major tourist attraction located in the eastern Nizamuddin area between Lodhi Road and Mathura Road and was declared as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1993 and is the best example of Mughal architecture in India. This garden-tomb is surrounded by walls from all sides, including beautiful gardens, small water canals, fountains, Pavements and many other things are found. There are graves of many other Mughal rulers in this boundary wall. The gardens around the mausoleum give a feeling of Zoroastrian art. There is also the tomb of Begum Hamida Bano near Humayuns tomb. When this tomb was built, the Yamuna was clearly visible from here. For this reason the mausoleum was built here.