Best Tourist Places In Burhanpur: The Historic City In Madhya Pradesh!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Burhanpur is an attractive city renowned for its magnificent monuments and historical ruins, which attract visitors from all over the country.

Badshahi Qila is situated east of the Tapti River. As with the other monuments of Burhanpur, this one received little attention, and all that remains of the site are its ruins.

Shahi Qila


Ahukhana, Madhya Pradesh's oldest landmark, located 13 kilometres from Burhanpur Railway Station. Burhanpur's best tourist spot is on the Tapti River.



The Tomb of Bilqis Begum is located in the Teressa area of Burhanpur. Located on the Utavali River's banks.

Tomb of Bilqis Begum


Burhanpur's Black Taj or Shah Nawaz Khan's Tomb is in Teressa. It resembles the Taj but is much smaller. Black Taj comes from surrounding black stone.

Black Taj/ Tomb of Shah Nawaz Khan


Nearly 20 kilometres north of Burhanpur sits the 60-acre fort. Asirgarh is actually a collection of three forts.

Asirgarh Fort


Gurudwara Bari Sangat Sahib Patshahi 10, a Burhanpur shrine, is about 5 kilometres from Burhanpur Railway Station.

Gurudwara Bari Sangat Sahib Patshahi 10


Khuni Bhandara near Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh, is a unique underground water management structure.

Khuni Bhandara


Moti Mahal is an old building located in Burhanpur. It is on the bank of the Pondhari river. This beautiful two-story structure was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Moti Begum.

Moti Mahal


Raja Jai Singh ki Chhatri is situated at Boharda. The Chhatri is located in close proximity to the River Tapti. No civilization exists across the structure.

Raja Jai Singh ki Chhatri


Dargah-e-Hakimi is one of the places where Dawoodi Bohra Muslims are perforated.

Dargah-E-Hakimi / Hakimi Masjid