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This Lake is arguably the oldest man-made lake in India, and was created by Raja Bhoj in the 11th Century by constructing an earthen dam across the Kolans river. The Upper & Lower Bhopal lakes (also known as Bhoj Wetlands) are urban water bodies.

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It is also known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple is one of the major pilgrim centres at Bhopal in the State of Madhya Pradesh, India.

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Moti Masjid alias Pearl Mosque, situated in the heart of the city was built in 1860 by Sikandar Jahan Begum, daughter of Qudisiya Begum. Moti Masjid is an important historical landmark of Bhopal which has a close resemblance to the famous Jama Masjid in Delhi.

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This is the biggest covered area mosque of Asia. The other big mosques of Asia are Sahi Masjid of Lahore, Jama Masjid Delhi, Mecca Masjid Hyderabad and Masjid Tipu sultan Deccan, which are all bigger then Taj-Ul-Masjid of Bhopal only if open area is included

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Sadar Manzil, the hall of Public Audience of the former rulers of Bhopal is located close to the Shaukat Mahal which is at the entrance of Chowk area. Surrounded by the gardens, this brick-red palace looks very attractive and gives an ostentatious appearance.

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Van Vihar is an unique type of safari-park and is one of the best places to visit during Bhopal tour.

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A Jain temple named Manuabhan Ki Tekri lies on the Bharat Dham with the idol of Adhishtayak Dev Shri Man Bhadarji is a pilgrimage and faith of Jain devotees.

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It is an unique national centre for performing visual arts in Bhopal. It is an important tourist attraction of Bhopal, designed by the renowned architect Charles Correa.

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Gohar Mahal, another tourist attraction of Bhopal, is situated behind Shaukat Mahal on the banks of the Upper Lake. It was built by Qudsia Begum in 1820.

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The Vidhan Bhavan is a huge building, covering an area of more than 32,000 sq. meters of built space. Seeing the form taken by the normal run of Government architecture, the Vidhan Bhavan could have degenerated into a lump of heavy dough perched on a hill.



Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is an unique cultural museum  and an important tourist spot of Bhopal.Special features of the  Manav Sangrahalaya are- the library, audio-visual archive, computerized documentation and the collection of ethnographic specimens.

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Around Bhopal

Sanchi is famous for outstanding specimen of Buddhist art and architecture, belonging to the period between the third century BC and the twelfth century AD. The most important of all the Sanchi monuments is the Sanchi Stupa. 45 Km
Bhimbetka, a UNESCO world heritage site around Bhopal tourism, is known for more than 12,000 years old rock shelters lying around 45 km south of Bhopal. Some of the Stone Age rock paintings are approx. 30,000 yrs old. 47 km
Bhojpur, an important tourist spot near Bhopal, is known for the Bhojeshwar temple whose construction started in 11th century and remained incomplete. Bhojpur temple houses the largest Shiva lingam in India, crafted out of a single rock. 28 Km
Raisen, another tourist attraction around Bhopal, is known for the Raisen fort and the Durgah of Raisen. Raisen fort is situated on the top of a hill with a few temples, palaces, mosque, and a large water reservoir inside Raisen fort. 40 Km
Islamnagar, an important tourist spot around 11 km from Bhopal, is a palace that was built by Dost Mohammed Khan as a love nest close to Bhopal. The palace of Islam nagar is a luxurious one, surrounded by beautiful gardens. 25 Km
Delawadi is a beautiful picnic spot near Bhopal situated amidst lush green forest with amazing natural beauty. Tourists can enjoy trekking, camping and bird wathcing in Delawadi. 50 Km
Pachmarhi, widely known as "Satpura ki Rani" is the only hill station in Madhya Pradesh situated at a height of 1000 meters in a valley of the Satpura Range. 205 Km
Mandu is a famous tourist destination in Madhya Pradesh famous for forts, palaces and architectural masterpieces. 300 Km
Omkareshwar is a Hindu temple dedicated to God Shiva. It is one of the 12 revered Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. It is on an island called Mandhata or Shivapuri in the Narmada river; the shape of the island is said to be like the Hindu ? symbol. 300 Km
Indore is the largest city in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is situated on the banks of the River Khan and Sarawati. The two rivulets unite at the center of the city where a small temple of Sangamnath or Indreshwar exists. 200 Km


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