Birla Mandir Bhopal, Laxmi Narayan Temple Bhopal Morning arrive at Bhopal airport or by Shatabdi exp ex-Delhi at railway station. Later city tour of Bhopal and overnight stay at Hotel.Bharat Bhawan It is a multi art centre without parallel in India housing a museum of the arts, classical and folk music.Timings Open from 2 pm to 8 pm every day except Mondays. Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (A Post Colonial Museum) The Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (National Museum of Mankind) is a unique Museum. Laxmi Narayan Temple Also known as Birla Mandir, this beautiful temple on the Arera Hills has a museum attached to it. Taj-ul-Masjid Said to be the largest mosque in the country, the building of this towering edifice was begun by Shah Jehan Begum (1868-1901) but was completed after her death. It's a huge pink mosque with two massive white-domed minarets and three white domes over the main building.
Overnight stay at Hotel. Click here to know more about Central India Classical Tours. Stupas and Museum Sanchi, Sanchi Museum Tours Sanchi Stupas and Museum - Buddhist site. Bhimbetka Surrounded by the northern fringe of the Vindhyan ranges, Bhimbetka lies 46 km South of Bhopal. In this rocky terrain of dense forest and craggy cliffs, over 600 rock shelters belonging to the Neolithic age were recently discovered. Here, in vivid panoramic detail, paintings in over 500 caves depict the life of the pre-historic cave-dwellers making the Bhimbetka group an archaeological treasure, an invaluable chronicle in the history of man.
Day 4 : Morning drive to Mandu. Later sightseeing and overnight at Hotel.
Jahaz Mahal Mandu, Mandu Tourist Places Jahaz Mahal (or the Ship Palace) is probably the most famous building in Mandu. This ship-like structure was constructed by Ghiyas-ud-din, son of Mohammed Shah, for his harem. According to the legends, this harem was home to 15,000 maidens. There are two lakes on the east and west side of the palace that create a perfect illusion of a ship with its rectangular shape. Hindola Mahal (or Swing Palace) was a pleasure dome that gives the impression that the inward slopes of the walls are swaying. Hoshang's Tomb is located immediately behind the mosque and reputed to be the oldest marble structure in India. The tomb was constructed in 1435 and depicts typical Hindu influences including carved marble lattice screens (jali). It is said that Shahjahansent his architects to study this double-domed structure before constructing Taj Mahal. Ashrafi Mahal was originally built as a madarsa (a Muslim religious school), but later extended to become Mohammed Shah's tomb. Now only the ruins of this building are visible. Rupmati's Pavilion is situated on the very edge of Mandu Fort. It is a very romantic building, a perfect setting for fairytale romance. Omkareshwar Temple, Narmada and Kaveri River