Indore To Bhojpur By Car


We provide best Indore To Bhojpur By Car package.  The town of Bhojpur is rich with immense historical and religious importance. Located at a distance of 230 km. from Indore in Madhya Pradesh, it was founded by the legendry Parmara king, Dhar Raja Bhoj. Bhojpur is renowned for the remains of its magnificent Shiva Temple and Cyclopean dam. Bhojpur is a UNESCO World Heritage sites and famous for neolithic age site of massive rock shelters. This tour will give you a deep insight into the places fascinate about ancient life.

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Bhojpur, Madhya Pradesh

Weather : 31° C (Avg)

Best Time : Oct – Jan

Ideal duration : 1 -2 Days

How to Reach Bhojpur ?

  • Indore to Bhojpur road distance is approx 230Kms.
  • Time required to reach Bhojpur from indore is approx 4-5 Hrs by road.
  • Bhojpur is a small town and does not have any viable railway,bus connectivity or an air transport of its own.

Bhojpur, The heritage place

Originally, the temple stood on the banks of a reservoir which was formed as a result of the construction of three earth and stone dams during Bhoja’s reign. The first dam was built on the Betwa river which trapped the waters in a depression surrounded by the hills, the second, over a gap between the hills, near present-day Mendua village while a third dam, located in present-day Bhopal, diverted more water from the smaller Kaliasot river into the Betwa dam reservoir. Just 200 meters away lies a small museum dedicated to the Bhojeshwar Temple which showcases the history of the temple. The temple illustrates Bhoja’s reign via posters and sketches and also has some of the important books written by him on display. The museum is open from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM and has no entry fee.

Top Places To See In Bhojpur



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 Arrival at Bhojpur. This place have the biggest shivling in world. After visiting temples, and enjoy to boat ride to cross river and visit another temple. After that depart to Bhimbetka just 45 minutes drive from Bhojpur, arrival Bhimbetka here superimposition of paintings shows that the same canvas was used by different people at different times. The drawings and paintings can be classified under seven different periods. After sightseeing of both the places depart to Indore.