Bhopal Travel Guide

The city of Bhopal is the capital of the state of Madhya Pradesh. Bhopal is located in the center of the state of Madhya Pradesh in India. A part of the former princely state of Bhopal, this city is located on the fertile land of the Malwa Plateau. The name of the city of Bhopal has been taken by Raja Bhoj, a rhythm built on the borders of the city, of Bhoj Tal. One more opinion is that it is based on 'Bhoj Pal' or 'Bandh of Bhoj', what produced the rhythm of the city of Bhopal. The city of Bhopal exists since 1722, when his Dost Muhammad began to build Fort Fatehgarh on the north side of the existing Lake. To control any excessive flow, the upper pool (large pond) and the lower rate are connected to an aqueduct.


History of Bhopal


Bhopal was the second largest Muslim state in the British Empire. Its ruler remained loyal to the British government and fought several wars with the Marathas. Founded in 1818, the Bhopal agency was a subdivision of the British Central Indian Agency that was incorporated into the former feudal territories such as Rajgarh, Narasimha Garh and several other princely states. Even after independence, Bhopal remained a separate state from India and in 1949 it merged with India. The uninterrupted rule of Nawabs ended in 1952 and the status of Chief Commissioner was established. In 1956, it was mixed with the state of Madhya Pradesh.

An Insight into Bhopal Tourism

Places to Visit in Bhopal

Bhopal is a very important place in the tourist destinations of Madhya Pradesh. The city of Bhopal presents all the dimensions of the modern city together with scenic beauty and cultural heritage. If you want to see the Middle Ages of India, you can start walking in the city of Bhopal, because Bhopal has also captured Ajawi, Nawabi Tahajib and Nawanit. The visit of Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, recalls the splendor of the Nawabs in the Middle Ages.


Tragedy of Bhopal Gas

On the middle night of 2 and 3 December 1994, there was a leak of approximately 32 tons of many toxic gases, including the gas called methyl isocyanate (MIC) from the insecticide plant of Union Carbide India Limited in Bhopal. The number of deaths was initially registered around 5000. According to many statistics, 18,000 deaths occurred in two weeks and it is estimated that there were 8,000 deaths due to diseases related to gas poisoning. The Greenpeace Organization estimates the number of victims at around 20,000. Every year, December 3 is officially celebrated as a day of mourning. All government offices in Bhopal are closed this day. Bhopal Gas accident is often presented as the biggest industrial accident in the world.

How to Reach Bhopal

How to reach Bhopal by Air: King Bhoj Airport is also known as Bhopal Airport. It is 12 kilometers from the old town. Here there are regular planes for Indian Airlines from Delhi, Mumbai and Indore. There are four days of flights in a week for Gwalior from here.

How to reach Bhopal by Train : The Bhopal train station is connected to several train stations in the country. This train station falls on the Delhi-Chennai route. Shatabdi Express connects Bhopal with Delhi directly. Along with this, the city is connected through many trains from Mumbai, Agra, Gwalior, Jhansi, Ujjain, etc.


Demographics of Bhopal

Conferring to the census survey of 2001, the total population of Bhopal is a total of 14,33,675.

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