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Best Places to Visit in Bhopal & Rajkot

If you are in Bhopal then must visit these places and you will definitely going to love these places. Top 5 Places To Visit in Rajkot. Rajkot is one of the most popular place of India and thats why i wrote this article. So, look into my latest article.

Top Best Places to Visit in Bhopal & Rajkot
1. Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi

A beautiful place to visit in Madhya Pradesh. Sanchi is situated near Vidisha and Bhopal. It is popular for its STUPA where relics of Gautam Buddha have been placed. The place is so peaceful and calm that it helps you listen your inner voice. The stupa was made by Emperor Ashoka’s wife Devi. The town of Sanchi is synonymous with Buddhist Stupas – hemispherical structures typically containing relics of the Buddha or his followers. The Stupas of Sanchi were constructed on the orders of Emperor Ashoka to preserve and spread the Buddhist philosophy. Sanchi has been protecting these beautiful and sacred architectural wonders, just the way these wonders have been safeguarding ancient history and art of the Mauryan period.

2. Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum

A Must visit destination in Bhopal. One will learn about the cultural and religious traditions of various tribal groups of Madhya Pradesh. There are also temporary exhibitions organized from time to time showcasing various aspects of tribal life. This museum is the Story teller of true land honors of this state…. it celebrates the ways of life practiced by the seven major tribes in the state – the Gond, Bheel, Korku, Baiga, Sahariya, Kol and Bhariya – through their crafts. It has been designed with a series of riotously colorful galleries; the dramatically-lit artifacts project tribal living, aesthetics, and spiritual beliefs.

3. Upper Lake

Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh holds an amazing fusion of picturesque beauty and historic artifacts. Also famous as the ‘city of Lakes’, Bhopal has two stunning lakes namely; Upper Lake and Lower Lake. The two lakes are separated by an over bridge called Pul Pukhta or Lower Lake Bridge. Supplying water to almost 40% of the residents in Bhopal, these lakes play a vital role in serving the city. It is a perfect place to relax and enjoy various water sports like Kayaking, Canoeing, parasailing and water skiing. To the east of Upper Lake is the ‘Chota Talaab’, The Lower Lake which was constructed by Chote Khan in 1794.

4. Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka

IT is one of the most visited tourist location Near Bhopal where still you can see the work of Primitive human being. This is about 45 KM from Bhopal we went in a private hired Bus. If you are in Bhopal please don’t miss this will show you how the human being lived in prior to the Stone Age and their talent expression. Even at that time, they were living in comfort in caves, Upstairs caves for sleeping and covered area for cooking, brilliant and proud to say Indians are one among the origin of the earth. Must visit for children to know the human history and settlement and evolution of mankind

5. Yodhasthal

This is one of the most interesting places in Bhopal! It is the place where you can know about Indian Army history. In it you can see weapons, Tanks etc. How the soldiers of army are doing their work to protect the country. This place shows richer history of Indian Army. You can view various tanks and other equipment’s used by army. You can wear respected uniform and get selfie. Overall, a must see place to understand how our jawans secure our borders and how do they live. It is an amazing initiative started by Army that should be replicated in other places of India.

6. Rotary Dolls Museum

This place is a surprising attraction in Rajkot, Gujarat, India. This is the gift of dolls by people from various parts of the world. All kinds of dolls can be seen and all kinds of cultures can be seen through the dolls. A must visit for kids, grownups and anyone who likes to be loved. There are dolls from over 120 countries with complete background and cultural information about the countries they represent. The dolls from all over the world are accommodated in the museum and each one has its own story.

7. Race Course Grounds

The place is in the heart of the city for people of all age groups, areas of interests. It has restaurants, Hawkers local food in the winters. It’s the walking area in the morning again serving the medicinal drink. Inside the ground there are various sub places like bal bhavan, swimming pool, indoor stadium, football ground, a new athlete track to walk. Small rides for the kids, a ground where in many learn how to drive 2 wheeler and 4 wheeler. It is also the place where the RMC organizes various cultural programs for the citizens of Rajkot.

8. Funworld Rajkot

Fun world is one of the main attractions of the city situated in the center of the the city. It’s been decades but Fun World has not lost its ability to attract the people and the children especially. There are various rides some of which have been there since the inception of the amusement park. It’s a clean, decent family place and with the children you can definitely spend some hours here. There’s a food court as well serving fine dishes and if you don’t find it tasty, the renowned restaurants of the city are well within reach from Fun World. So, it’s a great place to spend your evening making your children happy.

9. Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium

Saurashtra Cricket Stadium is the first stadium in allover saurashtra. This is the only stadium through which the IPL cricket match started. Khandheri Stadium Rajkot became the Second stadium in India and first stadium in Gujarat Solar powered.  Indian Cricket Captain MS Dhoni inaugurate the solar power plant in the Khandheri stadium. So if you are lucky when you are in Rajkot and cricket match is there it is worth visiting stadium. Recently it has been declared as the home ground for the Gujarat Lions in IPL. The khandheri Stadium has it all with and awesome looking Pavillion box. A boon for Saurashtra Cricket Association.

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