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Bhopal is the capital of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh and the administrative headquarters of Bhopal District and Bhopal Division. The city was the capital of the former BhopalState. Bhopal is known as the City of Lakes for its various natural as well as artificial lakes and is also one of the greenest cities in India.Bhopal is said to have been founded by king Bhoja of the Paramara dynasty (1000–1055 A.D.), who ruled from his capital at Dhar.

Places of interest 

A few of the places of interest in Bhopal include

UpperLake :The largest artificial lake in Asia.

 LakeView : A stretch of road on the shore of the great or UpperLake. It is a popular joint for people of all age groups, especially young.

 Kalika Mandir



 Boat Club : This is a spot for boating and national level water sporting events are organized by the club.

 Van vihar National Park :  A zoological park with the status of a national park, it is situated south of the UpperLake.

 New Market : A shopping and commercial zone in the city housing a number of eateries, restaurants, cloth shops and showrooms, bakeries, mobile stores etc.

 Taj-ul-Masajid :  It is one of the largest mosque in Asia and is also used as a madrasah


 Bharat Bhavan : place where many national film festival and plays were organized in past.

 Chatori Gali : :A wonderful place for all the person who loves non-vegetarian food.

 Manav Sanghralay : A place near upper lake where you find old cultures and traditions.

 Lal Parade Ground : The independence day and republic day parade are held in this ground. It is also the venue of large gatherings.

Museum of Natural History

Manuabhan ki tekri : A Jain temple, situated on a hill cliff, this place is popular for the scenic views it offers of the city below. A rope-way has been installed and people also have the option to reach the spot on foot.

Libraries : A number of libraries are operational including the regional library and Swami Vivekanand Library (formerly British Library)

Kerwa Dam :It is a scenic dam located in the outskirts of Bhopal.



Mahadev Paani (Lord Shiva's waters) is a small and unexplored tourist spot on the near Raisen road (NH86) about 15 -20 kms form main city, near a small village named Sehatganj. It has a small dam, its reservoir, small waterfalls amid extensive rocky surface.


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