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. The State Museum has fossils, paintings, and rare Jain sculptures. Taj-ul-Masjid is one of Asia’s largest mosques, with white domes, minarets, and a huge courtyard.
Bhopal is known as the City of Lakes for its various natural as well as artificial lakes and is also one of the greenest cities in India. Bhopal, with its central location, is very well connected to all the corners of the country. With the expanded planning area of 463 square kilometers, Bhopal stands among the 15 largest cities in India. Since inception, Municipal Corporation of Bhopal has always been on a path of continual improvement by setting benchmarks in the deliverance of services to stakeholders.
In the past few decades, Bhopal has witnessed a major transformation in the subject of urban development per se. Bhopal is known to have one of the successful BRT Systems in the country. By the virtue of being confident & aggressive in the adaptation of technology, Bhopal is now in a position to implement many of the things which may otherwise be difficult to. Learning by experiences this year’s budget of Bhopal consists of many initiatives & policies which project a vision in making Bhopal a lively, livable, sustainable city. Compulsory utility duct provisions in all construction, she- lounge facilities for ladies as part of public amenities, innovative advertisement policy keeping in mind the city’s aesthetics, culture and road safety; heritage policy to conserve and use city’s rich heritage, lake conservation cell, smart city cell to encourage the thought process for betterment of city. With well-planned Public Transport, Infrastructure, Institutes, Academic Hubs, IT Hubs, etc., Bhopal continues to maintain its title of "Green City", City of Heritage, City of Museums, and the City of Lakes.