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BHO Airport Address
Airport Road, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462036, Bhopal
Contact Number:-  0755 264 6001
IXD Airport Address
Airport Road, Bamrauli, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh 211012, Allahabad
Contact Number:-  0532 258 0453
Bhopal is a city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It's one of India’s greenest cities. There are two main lakes, the Upper Lake and the Lower Lake. On the banks of the Upper Lake is Van Vihar National Park, home to tigers, lions and leopards. Bhopal is a town which steps into the future with a rich heritage and vibrant history tracing its footsteps. It is highly ornamented with the majestic mosques which showcase classic Mughal architecture such as the Taj-Ul-Masjid, one of the largest in India, built by the third female ruler Bhopal had, Shah Jahan Begum, Moti Masjid and many more. The city will also catch your attention through its breathtakingly beautiful havelis and museums as well as nawabi food that is an absolute delight for foodies. Bhopal is also the cultural hub with numerous art performing centres in the city. The city is also a reminiscence of a tragic disaster in the chemical plant of Union Carbide that took a toll on multiple lives.
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Bhopal is two cities within a city. Two starkly contrasting cityscapes. Towards the North you have the old city, a fascinating area of mosques, serpentine alleys, chowks, milling crowds, exotic havelis and crowded bazaars. South of the two lakes is the new Bhopal. Modern, with wide roads, upmarket shopping complexes, and plush hotels and restaurants nestled comfortably in the Arera and Shamla Hills, which overlook the lakes and the old city beyond. The central district is known as New Market.
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Best time to visit Jul-Mar is the best time to visit Bhopal
The best time to visit Bhopal is during the winter months of October to March. The weather is an ideal one for exploring the experiencing the rich flavors of the grand city. July-September is the second best time to visit the city.
Allahabad is a city in Uttar Pradesh state, north India. Triveni Sangam, the confluence of the Ganges, Yamuna and "invisible" Saraswati rivers, is considered holy by Hindus. Allahabad is a largely religious city which plays host to the famous Kumbh mela every 12 years and has numerous attractions for tourists. Kumbh Mela, when the waters are said to be especially purifying, occurs every 12th year in Allahabad. This occasion is most sacred to the Hindus, and people gather in hundred thousands to take a holy dip in the confluence during this occasion. It is the City of God in Persian and also known as Prayag (Sanskrit for "place of sacrifice").
Nice to know - The University of Allahabad, also known as Allahabad University, is the fourth oldest university of the country. The University has produced one President of India, one Vice-President, three Indian and one foreign Prime Ministers, many Chief Ministers, three Chief Justices of India, and one army chief. No other university in the country has such a remarkable distinction.
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Best time to visit Oct-Mar is the best time Magh Mela typically happens in the month of mid-January - early March (according to Hindu Calendar), and this is the time when thousands of people flock to the town to take a dip in holy Sangam. However, the Maha Kumbh happens only once in 12 years during the same months, and should not be missed. Though Allahabad is accessible throughout the year and tourists sites are also always open, summer temperatures can get uncomfortably high, and it is best to avoid this time. During the monsoon, the Ghats may not be accessible, and there are restrictions on people bathing in the river so this time too is not ideal.