“Riyasat-e-Bhopal kinishaanihain char batua, chuneti, begum aurtaal”.
Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh was formerly a land locked Nawab kingdom known as Bhopal state. Bhopal; a city with royal blood line from Gond tribes to Nawabs. A city which holds a royal folklore, scenic beauty and modern urban planning. An epitome of ‘Ganga Jamunatehzeeb’ and amalgamation of past and present. Bhopal was the first garden city of Mughal India as reflected from its emblem “mahamaratib” representing 76 baagh and baghiya (big and small gardens). The transformed identity of the city comes with numerous manmade lakes built by the rulers giving it title “THE CITY OF LAKES”. Bhopal presents a multi- faceted profile-the glittering bazaars, the large and magnificent mosques, the palaces , the gardens and avenues; leaving behind an aristocratic imprint of its former rulers. All the functions of this city are man-made since it was formed with no river located near it. It is indubitably a very peaceful place with harmony and secularism.Read More