Birla Mandir In Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Embark on a historical and religious tour with the famous Birla Mandir in Bhopal
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Best time to visit
Sep - Mar
About Birla Mandir in Bhopal
Birla Mandir in Bhopal is a religious hub for Hindu devotees. Nestled in Arera hills, Birla Mandir or Lakshmi Narayan Temple Bhopal offers stunning views of the enchanting city of Bhopal from up there. Numerous pilgrims flock in to pay homage to Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu along with Lord Shiva and his wife Goddess Parvati throughout the year.
Birla temple Bhopal houses shrines of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati as well apart from the sacred deities of Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu. Scenic views, spiritual vibes and the architectural excellence of this place makes for one of the best places to visit in Bhopal.
History of Birla Mandir
Spread over 7.5 acres and surrounded by vast stretches of luscious gardens, boasting of its old world charm, Birla Mandir Bhopal is a place, the allure of which will never stop attracting devotees and tourists. Thousands of pilgrims brood over this place for the celebrations of festivals like Janmashtami and Diwali. Birla Mandir in Bhopal is named after the Birla family, the leading industrialists, who built the temple and are maintaining it now with all devotion. Primarily, the temple was known as the Lakshmi Narayan Temple.
Many people come here to catch a bird’s eye view of the historic city of Bhopal, however, many visit here to find solace and questions to their answers. The pleasingness that Birla Mandir in Bhopal offers, makes it a must visit on a vacation in Bhopal. Well maintained lawns with relishing sights of water gushing down from fountains and wide array of gorgeous blossoming plants are a stunning setting for a place to be perfect for meditation and worshipping. The sandy yellowish colour of the walls of the temple truly complements the old world charm it holds.
Birla Temple Bhopal has a museum latched onto the premises of the temple called the Birla Museum. Birla Museum is an abode to a distinguished collection of 12th century artefacts and sculptures that act as a magnet for history buffs and attract them to visit Birla Mandir in Bhopal. One can find here antique sculptures dating back to the reign of Paramara dynasty from various districts in the state of Madhya Pradesh like Sehore, Mandsaur, Raisen and Shahdol. The fact that the stone sculptures in the Birla Museum relate to the Paramara dynasty, can be clearly stated by the way they have been carved. The history fanatics who visit here are all in for a treat with a touch of history and a stunning architectural style.
Visiting the famous Birla Mandir in Bhopal takes one on both, a spiritual tour and a stunning city tour from atop the hill. A trip to Bhopal is incomplete without visiting the Birla Mandir. Bhopal is an ancient city housing many enchanting tourist attractions wherein one can find rich culture and heritage and intriguing history as well.
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FAQ's of Bhopal
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Birla Mandir in Bhopal was built by the leading industrialists’ family, the Birla family.
Birla Mandir Bhopal address is Arera Hills, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462011.
Best time to visit Bhopal is during the winter season, i.e., from October to March. During this period, the weather remains quite pleasant. Hence sightseeing and outdoor activities become even more enjoyable.
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