A trek to Bhopal stays fragmented without going by the popular and compositionally shocking sanctuary of Lakshmi Narayan, otherwise called 'Birla Mandir'. One of the 18 sanctuaries worked crosswise over India by the famous Birla family, the 'Birla Mandir' at Bhopal enhances the sandy-yellowish viewpoint and sits on the Arera Hills, in closeness to the 'Birla Museum', giving amazing perspectives of the environment and the lakes. The sprawling yards specked with wonderful wellsprings and beds of brilliant blooms encompass the pompous structure, additionally loaning it a pleasant interest and peaceful climate; one can sit in these broad gardens for a considerable length of time looking at the mesmerizing engineering of the sanctuary and absorbing his souls profound emanation of the place. The design of this sacred site looks like a run of the mill Nagara style, finish with a great opening and wooden cenotaphs. The directing divinity of the sanctuary is of Goddess Lakshmi who sits with her associate, Lord Vishnu in the primary sanctum sanctorum. Another hallowed place of worship committed to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati has likewise been sanctified inside the sanctuary premises. Other than travelers and enthusiasts, the easygoing voyagers going to the city, well make it a point to visit this perfect sanctuary, which is likewise one of the best tourism puts in Bhopal.