Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh state of India. It is a historic city with numerous monuments and water bodies. The city named after the founder, Parmara King Bhoja, earlier its name was Bhojpal and was the centre of the Dravidian culture. The city has historical monuments and landmarks, old mosques and palaces, lakes, well laid out gardens and parks, bustling market places of the old city are a feast in store for tourists. Presence of number of natural and artificial lakes in and around city makes it also known as ‘City of Lakes’ which enhances the natural beauty of the city.
Heritage Walk will cover about 18 monuments and some of them include Rani Kamlapati Mahal, Gauhar Mahal, Moti Masjid, Sheesh Mahal, Fatehgarh, Sadar Manzil, Shaukat Mahal Taj-ul Masajid, Taj Mahal,etc. and in the last we can visit Hammam-e-Kadami , Bhopal has had a traditional Turkish public bathhouse called the Hammam-e-Kadami since the time of the nawabs. It was built in the style of the Cemberlitas Hammams of Istanbul. The bespoken tour takes you through the bygone days of Bhopal. It highlights the thousand year’s saga from the legendary Parmara King Raja Bhoj to the Afghan chieftains of erstwhile Bhopal State. One explores the avenues that still resonate about the grand Begums of Bhopal who ruled for 107 years.
*Minimum 12 people required.