Bhopal

Description

The culturally rich Bhopal city is said to be founded by Raja Bhoj of the Parmar dynasty and presently is the capital of Madhya Pradesh. This city is renowned on account of its two big lakes and prominent mosque. The city was finally adorned by Afghan chief Dost Mohammad. Later the city was ruled by Four Begums starting from Qudsia Begum to her fourth-generation Kaikhusrou Jahan. In this period this city developed itself in art, architecture, infrastructure and established as the capital of princely state Bhopal. The Last Ruler of this reign was Nawab Hamidullah Khan.

Main Attraction of Bhopal are two of its Lakes, Upper Lake, and Lower Lake.

Jama Masjid of Bhopal, Moti Mahal, Gauhar Mahal, and Shaukat Mahal reflects the time of Begum rule in Bhopal.

Van Vihar national park located in Bhopal is an amazing place for wildlife lovers and eco-tourists.

Bimbetka and Sanchi are the most famous heritage sites around Bhopal.