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Halali Dam

Halali Dam, Madhya Pradesh

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About Halali Dam

A huge reservoir in the distrcit of raisen built on the Halali River. This dam is popular among locals of Bhopal as an excellent spot for picnic and boat rides. Apart from this, the reservoir is home to aquatic life forms such as catla, mrigal, mystus, rohu and chitala.


Attractions near Halali Dam

ASI Museum- Sanchi23.95km from Halali Dam

This Archaeological Museum was opened in 1919 which was located in a hilltop in Sanchi.  It consists of a main hall, four galleries, and a wide array of exhibits in the verandah and in the open courtyards. In the main hall, the exhibits will surely take the visitors to different eras in history.  It represents the Indian historic periods like Mauryan, Satvahana, Gupta, Sunga, and Kushana.

Sanchi Stupa23.98km from Halali Dam

One of the oldest surviving stone structures in India and a specimen of Buddhist architecture which shows light to the relation between King Ashoka and Buddhism. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a landmark structure in tracing the evolution of Indian architecture starting with the Maurya period.

Manuabhan Tekri26.47km from Halali Dam

Manua Bhan Ki Tekri also known as Mahaveer Tekri is a famous Jain Temple in Bhopal Madhya Pradesh India. it is the best tourist place to visit in Bhopal and it is very popular for its scenic views.

Yodhasthal26.59km from Halali Dam

This is an Indian army museum situated in Bhopal. The museum provides engrossing knowledge about the victories and war stories of the Indian Army. It offers enriching audio-visual experience about the defense with displays of arty guns, tanks, arms used on the battlefield before and after independence.

Taj Ul Masajid BHOPAL27.02km from Halali Dam

Taj Ul Masjid is the largest mosque in India and one of the largest mosques in Asia. The construction started in the reign of the Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar. The mosque has a pink facade topped by two 18-storey high octagonal minarets with marble domes, . The flooring, courtyard, a large tank, etc shows the beauty of Mughal architecture.

Moti Masjid27.51km from Halali Dam

This famous historic landmark was built by Sikander Jehan Begum of Bhopal in the year 1860. It has a striking resemblance to the architecture of the Jama Masjid in Delhi. It features a white marble facade with two small cupolas on the top. The two dark red towers on either side of the primary structure of the mosque are equally beautiful and fascinating. this place attracts a lot of people everyday.

Where is Halali Dam

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Raisen District is a district of Madhya Pradesh state of India. The district is part of Bhopal Division. Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies is the first international university located at Sanchi Town.