“City of Lakes”, Bhopal is the capital city of Madhya Pradesh, the heart of India. Its remarkable Birla Mandir, situated at the hilltop, is dedicated to Lakshmi Narayan. The Buddhist complex Sanchi Stupa is a symbol of peace and contentment. Taj-ul-Masjid, India’s largest mosque, is an architectural marvel and has a capacity for over hundred thousand people to pray at one time. The city also headquarters National Council of Science Museums, the world’s largest chain of science centres or museums under one administration. While the Upper Lake of the city is known for huge Raja Bhoj Statue, the Lower Lake completes the Bhoj wetland. Here, Kerwa Dam brings another lake into form. The most iconic is Bhopali paan (betel leaf) topped with a shining cherry.