The capital of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal is known as the ‘City of Lakes’. Thanks to its ample of natural as well as artificial lakes. In addition to this, Bhopal is also considered as one of the greenest cities all over in India. Apart from this, Bhopal is home to a number of institutions as well as installations that have either national or international importance such as IISER, MANIT, SPA and AIIMS. In fact, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited that is India’s largest engineering and manufacturing enterprise has a unit in Bhopal. Electrical goods, chemicals, medicinal, cotton, and jewelry are the major industries of Bhopal. If we peep into the history of Bhopal city, its inception dates back to the 11th century, the time when Raja Bhoja of the Parmara dynasty formed his capital Bhojapal ion between the two beautiful man-made lakes.
Theology and Culture
Bhopal has a lot of festivals right from Lokrang Festival to Bhopal Utsav Mela to Garba and Dandiya to Ijtema and whatnot. Bhopal is exclusive on terms of their rich heritage and its regional background. The most amazing thing about its culture is the balance that it maintains between Hindu and Muslim Cultures. Bharat Bhavan is what perfectly exemplifies the same where there are art galleries, libraries of poetry, classical and folk music. Moreover, the cuisine of Bhopal is a perfect reflection of the cultural fusion of this region. The dishes of Bhopal are not so spicy. Curries and kebabs are the best here that you might get at the inner chowks of the city. Spicy achar gost, Keemas, Rogan josh, Korma, Biryani pilaf, Succulent kababs and Pulaos are the other most popular dishes of the place.
Markets And Shopping Complexes
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