The Moti Masjid is similar to Jama Masjid, in New Delhi. It was built in 1860 A.D. by Sikander Jahan Begum, the daughter of Qudsia Begum of the Mughal era.
The Shaukat Mahal is a palace built in the European style instead of the common Islamic or Mughal style and is a must see place for all who visit Bhopal.
Bhimbetka Caves date back to ... More the Neolithic age and project the life of prehistoric dwellers of the caves.
They are located 46 kilometres away from Bhopal.
Sanchi is like a pilgrimage destination for the Buddhist followers from all over the world to celebrate Gautam Buddha’s birth, his enlightenment and Nirvana. It houses Buddhist art works dating back to the third century B.C.
It is coined as the ‘City of Lakes’ owing to the beautiful natural and man-made lakes it possesses.
It is located on the Malwa plateau in the central part of India and lies near the Vindhya mountain range. It has big and small hills in its surroundings out of which the most famous hills are the Shyamala Hills, Arera Hills and Idgah Hills.
The climate of Bhopal can be described as sub-tropical. It experiences hot summers ... More from April to June. Monsoon commences in July and lasts till September. Winters arrive in November and the temperatures are low till February.
The people of Bhopal follow Hinduism and Islam. They celebrate all festivals like Holi (Festival of Colours), Diwali (Festival of Lights) and Eid with equal fervour.
The people love to have betel leaves with different seasonings and flavours.
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|Bhimbetka - 24.1 mi|
Bhimbetka is located in Madhya Pradesh approximately 45 kilometers towards the south of Bhopal.At this place, the earliest known traces of human life in India are located.
|Sanchi - 27.4 mi|
Sanchi is situated 46 kilometers towards the north east of Bhopal in the Raisen district in Madhya Pradesh state at an altitude of 434 meters.
Here, there are many Buddhist ...