The city was the capital of the previous Bhopal State. Bhopal is known as the City of Lakes for its different common and in addition counterfeit lakes and is likewise one of the greenest urban areas in India. It is the seventeenth biggest city in the nation and 131st in the world.The city pulled in worldwide consideration in December 1984 after the Bhopal calamity, when a Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) pesticide producing plant (now possessed by Dow Chemical Company) released a blend of fatal gasses made for the most part out of methyl isocyanate, prompting one of the most exceedingly terrible modern catastrophes on the planet’s history. The Bhopal calamity keeps on being a part of the socio-political open deliberation and a logistical test for the general population of Bhopal.

How to reach:

There is/are 60 direct train(s) from Bhopal to New Delhi. These train(s) is/are Ndls Shatabdi E (12001), Nzm Garib Rath (12611), Kerala Express (12625), Rajdhani Exp (22691), Tamil Nadu Exp (12621) and so forth. The base time a train takes to achieve New Delhi from Bhopal is 8h 15m. The least expensive approach to achieve New Delhi from Bhopal takes you 8h 15m, which is to take Nzm Garib Rath from Bhopal to New Delhi. The quickest approach to achieve New Delhi from Bhopal takes you 1h 10m, which is to take Jet Airways from Bhopal to New Delhi.

Place to visit:

Machli ghar:

Fish Aquarium, arranged close Raj Bhavan and the old gathering lobby, was set up on 31st May 1977. Spread over a zone of one hectare, this aquarium is a twofold story fish house worked in a fish-like structure. The upper bit of the aquarium highlights 40 glass aquariums lodging different types of living and vivid fishes. Lower segment then again, has 26 major aquariums lodging distinctive fishes from lakes, streams and lakes.

Bharat Bhavan

Bharat Bhavan is a self-sufficient multi-expressions complex and gallery in Bhopal, India, set up and supported by the Government of Madhya Pradesh. The complex incorporates a craftsmanship exhibition of Indian painting and figure, an artistic work workshop, an outside amphitheater (Bahirang), a studio theater (Abhirang), a hall (Antarang), a gallery tribal and people workmanship, libraries of Indian verse, established music and in addition society music. Other than this, Bhavan has specialists and scholars under its craftsman in-living arrangement program at the “Ashram”. Throughout the years, it has turned into a well known vacation spot.

Lower Lake

The Lower Lake or Chhota Talaab is a lake in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh condition of India. Alongside the Upper Lake, it shapes the Bhoj Wetland.The lake was worked by making in 1794 to improve the city. The development was appointed by Chote Khan, a pastor of Nawab Hayat Muhammad Khan Bahadur. Various prior wells were converged in this lake.The Lower Lake experiences contamination because of waste from sewage-filled nallahs, absence of crisp water source and business washing of garments. The whole lake is eutrophic, and its water is not reasonable for drinking.


Taj-ul-Masajid is a Mosque arranged in Bhopal, India. The name is additionally spelt as Taj-ul-Masjid. However the right Name is Taj-ul-Masajid and not Taj-ul-Masjid. “Masajid” signifies “Mosques” (Plural of “Masjid”) and “Taj-ul-Masajid” truly signifies “Crown Among Mosques”. It is one of the biggest Mosques in India. The Mosque likewise has three colossal bulbous vaults, an amazing principle corridor with alluring columns and marble flooring taking after Mughal engineering any semblance of Jama Masjid in Delhi and the gigantic Badshahi Mosque of Lahore.The monstrous columns in the lobby hold 27 roofs through squinted curves of which 16 roofs are beautified with resplendent petaled plans.

Van Vihar National Park

Van Vihar National Park is a national park in focal India. It is situated in Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. Announced a national park in 1983, it covers a range of around 4.45 km2. In spite of the fact that it has the status of a national park, Van Vihar is created and oversaw as a cutting edge zoological park, taking after the rules of the Central Zoo Authority. The creatures are kept in their close common natural surroundings. A large portion of the creatures are either stranded brought from different parts of the state or those, which are traded from different zoos. No creature is intentionally caught from the forestThe park is kept up by the Forest Department of Madhya Pradesh.