The spouse of Gond innate ruler, Nizam Shah, Rani Kamlapati was known for her glowing magnificence and unmatched appeal. Nearby legends portray her as a ruler who was more delightful than a pixie, more sensitive than a rose and more effortless than a doe. Amid time long past circumstances, Bhopal used to be a little town that was a piece of the Gond Kingdom. Fixated by the magnificence of Kamlapati, one of the adversaries of Nizam Shah harmed him consequently, allowing the ruler to sit unbothered and shaky. To shield herself from according to the adversary ruler and to vindicate the passing of her significant other, she seeked assistance from the then leader of Malwa territory, Dost Mohammad Khan in lieu of Bhopal. Dost Mohammad promptly helped the delightful woman and in remunerate got the domain of Bhopal which was later changed over into the capital of the Malwa Kingdom. The ruler kept on ruling over the Gond Kingdom from there on for over 10 years with the help of Dost Mohammad. Some nearby legends additionally express that Dost Mohammad tricked the ruler and with a specific end goal to spare her respect, she bounced into the lake, consequently murdering herself.