Bharat Bhavan is an independent multi-arts complex and museum in Bhopal, India, hooked up and funded by way of the Government of Madhya Pradesh. The architect of Bhavan is Charles Correa. Opened in 1982, facing the Upper Lake, Bhopal, it homes an artwork gallery, a first-rate artwork workshop, an open-air amphitheatre, a studio theatre, an auditorium, a museum tribal and folk artwork, libraries of Indian poetry, classical song as well as folk music.
The early 1980s, noticed a burgeoning Indian arts scene and a renewed authorities awareness on growing arts across the kingdom, thru regional centres for humanities in nation capital towns. The initiative in Madhya Pradesh was taken through cultural administrator, Ashok Vajpeyi, an IAS-officer in country Ministry of Education, who turned into behind the putting in place of literary company, 'Kalidas Academy' in Ujjain, which opened in 1983. Though some cultural tasks misplaced steam in later years in many parts of India, one such undertaking became a success, Bharat Bhavan in Bhopal.