Situated on the shores of unblemished 'Motia Talaab' in Bhopal, the 'Taj-ul-Masajid' is one of the greatest attractions in the city and obviously, a noteworthy site of religious tourism for Muslims who go here from distant corners of the nation and the world. Regularly alluded to as 'The Crown of the Mosques', 'Taj-ul-Masajid' is one of the biggest mosques in India with an ability to house 175,000 individuals at any given moment. Its liberal size and astonishing plan additionally makes it a standout amongst the most recognized mosques on the planet. The development of this great mosque began amid the rule of Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar between the period 1844 and 1860. The work facilitate proceeded in 1868-1901 under the supervision of Nawab Shah Jehan Begum of Bhopal. From there on, because of absence of assets, the development work stopped and must be continued again in 1971, in the long run getting finished in 1985. The design of this mosque takes after a significant closeness with the celebrated 'Jama Masjid' arranged in Delhi; its pink façade, finish with two 18-storeyed octagonal minarets on each side and three white-marbled bulbous vaults linger over the horizon of the city, looking totally sublime. A completely staggering feature of this mosque is its primary passageway entryway that is enriched with antiquated themes going back to mid-thirteenth century from Syrian mosques, a commitment by the Emir of Kuwait in cherishing memory of his perished begum. The insides of 'Taj-ul-Masajid' are as impeccable as its outsides and are enhanced with lavishly cut columns, unpredictably engraved openings and sensitive jali work reminiscent of the Mughal period. The Quibla divider in the principle petition lobby is additionally flawlessly etched with expand trellis work and 11 profoundly set curves.