This happens to be my first travel blog. Though many a times I thought to pen down my travel experiences.
So, today I finally decided to write my first ever blog. So it's something peculiar writing a travelogue starring your hometown. You know all the hidden places and all the things that travel guide books don't tell you about, you know where to find the best food and the cheapest bars. And when your hometown is an actual real-life off beat destination, you, are in, for a ride.
Bhopal situated in the Heart of India; Madhya Pradesh, is beyond than what it is called "city of lakes". As you have already known it is a home of 7 lakes and among them one is upper lake called Bada Talab and Lower Lake etc.
Bhopal was ruled by four women, each being the first born daughter of the former queen. Bhopal is a perfect amalgamation of various cultures and periods in its history. The architecture of Bhopal is a mix of Mughal and Hindu architecture.
Asia's largest mosque and Asia's smallest mosque:
Asia's largest mosque is Taj-Ul-Masjid proudly boasting mughal architecture. The constriction began during the reign of Shah Jahan Begum. It is a striking pinkish red sandstone building with tall minarets, arched roofs, three huge domes and marble flooring.