TRAVEL TIPS : These 4 places of Bhopal are waiting for you, will forget to go to the mountains


There are many tourist places to visit in India and each place has its own specialty, due to which tourists from not only the country but also from abroad also come here. From the mountains of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand to the forts of Rajasthan, every place is loved by tourists. Although many tourists visit their favorite places in India every year, due to the Corona period, tourist places were closed for a long time. But as soon as the second wave of Corona loosens up, people are going to roam again. In such a situation, if you also want to roam somewhere, then you can move towards Bhopal. Apart from being the capital of Madhya Pradesh, this place is also well known for cultural, historical, monuments, and religious reasons. So let us tell you about some of the tourist places here, where you can go.

Stupa of Sanchi

You can learn a lot about history by visiting the Stupa of Sanchi. The Stupa of Sanchi is known for its stupas and Buddhist structures. The distance here is around 45 km from Bhopal. It was built in the Maurya era, between the 3rd century BC and the 12th century AD. In such a situation, once you have to go here.

Van Vihar National Park

If you have been to Bhopal or are thinking of visiting there then you can visit Van Vihar National Park. This place was established in the year 1979 and is one of the most famous national parks in India. Here you will get to see many species of birds, animals and many types of trees and plants. Every year many tourists arrive here.

Gauhar Mahal

Actually, Gauhar Mahal is basically a haveli built with Hindu and Mughal architecture. It is named after the first woman ruler of Bhopal, Qudsia Begum. She was also known as Gauhar Begum. Gauhar Mahal is situated on the banks of the Upper Lake. The beauty of this place is made on sight.

Bhimbetka Caves

To see the Bhimbetka caves, you have to cover a distance of about 24 kilometers from the main city. These caves are situated on the foothills of the Vindhya Mountains and let us tell you that it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will get to see rock paintings and beautiful carvings at this place, which you can definitely like very much.