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Lower lake Bhopal
India A reminder to the beauty of Mughal Empire, Lower Lake is situated between massive upper lake and the majestic hills, the Lower Lake also called as Chota Talaab. The upper and lower lakes are separated by means of an over bridge. Surrounded by Kamala Garden and filled with a multitude of adventure activities like sailing, boat rides and paddle boating. It is due to these two lakes that Bhopal is known as the City of Lakes.

Upper Lake Bhopal
India Another lake with more grandeur is the Upper Lake. Built in the 11th century the Upper Lake is rightly named as Bada Talab and is the oldest artificial lake of India. It was constructed from the Kolans River and is surrounded with a massive bund. Raja Bhoj got this lake constructed and the waters cured his skin disease. Its area coverage is 36.1 square kilometers and is a major source of water to the city. Scenically situated within a close distance of the Kamala Park, the picturesque surroundings make it a beautiful picnic spot.

Bharat Bhawan Bhopal
India The Bharat Bhavan, literally 'Abode or Home of India'. It was conceived and established as a cultural complex in the early 1980s. Since then, this museum-library, theatre and music centre has played a vital role in the contemporary art sense, attracting artists and performers from all over India and abroad. Inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of India, Shrimati Indira Gandhi on 13th February 1982, Bharat Bhavan is multi art centre set up to create an interactive proximity between the verbal, visual and performing arts. It provides space for contemporary expression, thought, quest and innovation. Bharat Bhavan seek to provide a creative and thought provoking milieu to those who wish to contribute something new and meaningful, in contemporary scene in the fine arts, literature, theatre, cinema, dance and music. It houses some of the best and most lasting that is being created in our towns, villages and forests.

Sadar Manzil Bhopal
India The red-bricked edifice Sadar Manzil is an amazing structure of the princely period. Located in the Chowk area this was used as a public hall for public gatherings and shows. The area around the hall is full of lush greenery add elegance and serenity to the atmosphere. It is situated close to Gohar Mahal and is a popular sightseeing attraction for tourists coming to Bhopal.

Archaeological Museum Bhopal
India The Archaeological Museum is well stocked with innumerable sculptures collected from various locations within the state. This museum mirrors the rich heritage of Madhya Pradesh and helps tourists get a deep insight into the traditions and society of the state. Some of the statues in the Museum include coins, artifacts, sculptures of Buddha, Lakshmi, assorted idols of Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma, copies of Bagh caves paintings, 12th century Jain sculptures of Parvati and Shiva and other fine carvings. The Museum is open from 10 am to 5 pm on all days except Monday and other gazette holidays.

Shaukat Mahal Bhopal
India The unusual combination of European and Indo-Islamic styles of architecture is Shaukat Mahal, within the Chowk area and is an architectural wonder. The looks of this palace varies from other Islamic architectures in the area and is known to have been designed by a Frenchman. The most unique feature of the palace is that it was constructed using white alabaster and roof is entwined with triangular arches. The palace has elegant carvings and delicate flowers all over the exterior walls giving it a very eco-friendly appearance.

Lakshmi Narayan Temple Bhopal
India On the top of Arera Hills lies the holy Lakshmi Narayan Temple or Birla Mandir at the highest point in Bhopal. At this height, the views are panoramic while the temple provides a startling all-around view of the city. The temple is famous as the shrine of Lord Vishnu Lakshmi and Lord Shiva and Parvati. The Mandir houses a museum that provides a glimpse into the heritage of the city with numerous sculptures dating back to the 12th century.

Taj-ul-Masjid is a 19th century mosque with a magnificent structure. The sprawling mosque is situated in Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh As one of the most elegant buildings in Bhopal it stands tall with a pink facade. The words Taj-ul-Masjid literally means 'The Crown of Mosques'. True to its name it is one of the largest mosques in India and one of the most important to the Muslims in India. The building offers impressive views and is crowned with two massive white - domed minarets.

Moti Masjid
The Moti Masjid was an important landmark of Bhopal, and was built in 1860 by Sikandar Jehan Begum, Qudisiya Begum's daughter. Sikandar Begum was fairly unconventional compared to Muslim women of her time – she usually dressed like a man and went out riding without a veil, often with a dagger tucked under her belt.

Bhopal came to be known as the domain of the relatively liberated, even progressive women, and it was Sikandar Begum who set the trend. The Begum was an enthusiastic reformer, open to modern ideas. She abolished slavery and built roads, bridges and beautiful monuments like the Moti Masjid. The mosque has a marble-white façade with two small cupolas atop it, and it has two huge black minarets on either side of it.

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