Hi Sahaikh, Winter starts from the month of October and the weather remains cold until March. Winter is the best season to visit Bhopal for tourists as the climate in the city remains at its best. January remains the coldest month. The temperature in winter remains between 8°C to 22°C. So, be well prepared with your woollens if you are planning a trip in these months. Tourists flock the city from the months of November and well until February, therefore you may find the place a little overcrowded. This is another reason for the higher rates at hotels in Bhopal and higher airfares during this time, so it is best to plan your trip beforehand.
If you love adventure, the ropeway experience is a must for you. During your stay, plan a visit to the very famous Jain temple in Bhopal known as the Manua Bhan ki Tekri. You can reach this temple via a ropeway that will offer you mind blowing views of Bhopal at the same time. Once you reach your destination, you can marvel at the wonderful Jain architecture amidst the serene landscape of Bhopal. You can visit the Udaygiri Caves in Bhopal during the winter months. It is one of the oldest historical monuments in Bhopal- a set of twenty sculpted caves. The walls of the caves are adorned by the ancient symbolic drawings carved in them. The common drawings carved are icons of gods and goddesses like Vishnu, Shiva, Parvati etc. The inscriptions on the cave relate to the Gupta reign in India. The cave is now maintained by the Archeological Survey of India.
After the Upper Lake, make a trip to the Lower Lake in Bhopal, also known as the “Chhota Talab” – another famous spot in Bhopal dating back to the 11th century. It is separated from the upper lake by the ‘Pul Pukhta’, a small bridge. Together, the two lakes form the Bhoj Wetland and are the biggest source of water to the entire population of the city. It is a very blissful spot, ideal for nature lovers. Bhopal has a lot to offer to every kind of traveller. If you are a nature lover, you will enjoy the lush green landscape of Bhopal spotted with numerous natural landmarks; if you are one who loves adventure there is no dearth of it in the city. The city is also the birthplace of many architectural and historical wonders in India and houses both mosques and Hindu temples. Now that you have a guided Bhopal weather chart and the amazing tourist spots to visit, make your plan soon and enjoy a marvellous holiday. Attaching a few options for you below. Please click on the links to see information, location and booking details.