Historical

Budhya Mandir

Budhya Mandir is 55 kms from Bhopal towards North-East.

Sanchi, variously known as Kakanaya, Kakanava, Kakanadabota and Bota-Sriparvata in ancient times, has a singular distinction of having remarkable specimen of Buddhist art and architecture right from the early Mauryan period (c. third century BC to twelfth century AD). Sanchi is famous in the world for stupas, monolithic Asokan pillar, temples, monasteries and sculptural wealth.

Udayagiri Caves

Udayagiri, in Madhya Pradesh, is a hitherto unspoilt tourist attraction in the locales of Madhya Pradesh. This place is famous for its rock-cut caverns and voluminous carved out sanctuaries in the hills of sandstone located in the Vidisha district of Madhya Pradesh. The word Udayagiri, means the 'Hills of Sunrise'. Indeed, they are built in such a manner so as to welcome the first rays of the rising sun. Udayagiri caves are located approximately four kilometers from the town of Vidisha and about thirteen kilometers from Sanchi, which boasts of a stupendous Stupa, or Buddhist shrine. 

Archaeological Museum

The State Museum alias Government Archaeological Museum, formerly known as Bhopal Museum, is located on the picturesque Shyamla Hills, near to the Museum of Man and the Regional Science Centre. Devoted to archaeology, the State Museum, established in 1964 exhibits the comprehensive rich cultural heritage of Madhya Pradesh and is a treasure house of antiquities such as coins, sculptures, terracotta, paintings, handicrafts etc. 

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