By Plane

To reach Burhanpur by Flight, nearest airport is in Indore city, located at a distance of 210kms. Indore airport has good flight connectivity with other major airports of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Raipur, Nagpur etc.

By Train

It falls on Mumbai-Delhi & Mumbai-Allahabad, central rail route. There are many super-fast, express trains for this destination. Burhanpur has direct train connectivity with important tourist destinations and cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Agra, Varanasi, Gwalior, Katni, Jabalpur, Pipariya, Jhansi, Bhopal

By Road

Being close to Maharashtra state border, there is very good road accessibility for Bhusawal, Jalgaon, Aurangabad etc. Road condition is very well from Indore too, many road transporter ply their buses from Indore to Burhanpur.

BEST TIME TO VISIT

Burhanpur basically showcases historical monuments & buildings for visitors which can be visited throughout the year by tourists. As it is dry and comparatively hot place for weather & climate may be a deciding factor for visitor to visit this destination. Climate from October to March will be best time to visit Burhanpur as during this time climate remain good

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  • Asirgarh, Asir, Khandwa Road

  • Gurudwara, Udyog Nagar Khandwa Road, Burhanpur

  • Black Tajmahal, Udyog Nagar Burhanpur

  • Dargah-E-Haqimi, Lodhipura Burhanpur

  • Ichhadevi Mandir, Ichhapur

  • Kundi Bhandara, Lalbagh Road Burhanpur

  • Shanvara Gate, Burhanpur

  • Tapti Ghat, Burhanpur

  • Mahal Gulara, Burhanpur

Burhanpur Tourism Promotion Council

The Burhanpur Tourism Promotion Council, registered on 20 January 2015, under the Madhya Pradesh Society Registration Act 1973

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Society Registration Certificate

The Burhanpur Tourism Promotion Council, registered on 20 January 2015, under the Madhya Pradesh Society Registration Act 1973

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BTPC Office Address

Room No. 24, Collector Office,Bahadarpur Road,Burhanpur(M.P.)-450331 Phone No.-07325-242042 E-mail -dmburhanpur@n

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Tourism Festival- 2017

From 6th October to 25th October 2017, Film Show, Quiz Contest, Tapti Festival, Heritage Walk, Food Festival and Photo Competition under Tourism Festival

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Tourist Places

Their are number of places to visit in Burhanpur town. Most of them are historical monuments, mausoleums and buildings built during Farukhi dynasty and Mughal dynasty.

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Asirgarh Fort

It is a historical & strategically important fort about 14 miles far from Burhanpur, there is a historic, invincible fort at the top of a mound of satpura hills. This fort was considered very important in order to regulate southern part of India, as some historian addressed it with the name “the key of deccan” some author said that after conquering this fort, ways to seizing southern area or ‘Khandesh’ become more easier. It is about 259.1 meter high from its base and 701 meter high from sea level. There is a mosque, lord Shiva temple and one palace inside this fort to see. It is actually developed in 3 parts and each part have its own name. First part is called "Asirgarh", second part is "Kamargarh" and thrid part is called "Malaygarh".

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Aahukhana

This park is in front of Royal fort, at the next side of Tapti River. This was to be the Hunting area of Shahjahan Daniyal. Its courtyard is consists with one tank, a palace, which were built by Shahjahan. There is a big water container at the east side out to this courtyard. This park was planted in Iranian style, also known as Alam-aara, and Baag-e-Jainabad. Shahjahan’s beloved wife Mumtaj-mahal, buried down here for six months after her death. Once prince Aurangjeb was stayed here to his aunt, while heading south for a battle, during his stay he fell in love with Heerabai (Jainabadi begum) in this park (bag).

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Water supply system -Kundi Bhandara

Mughal engineers gifted exemplary water supply system to Burhanpur town which is still actively used in town. They made 8 water-supply system which provides sufficient water inflow for town in past. They are counted among some highly appreciated engineering works done during Mughal dynasty in India. Most of the work done during rule of Mughal emperors Shahjahan & Aurangzeb. Their are number of underground water flow channels in Satpura hills that avails water to Tapti river. Mughal engineers controlled those water channels at 3 points to develop water-reservoirs which are known by the names "Mool Bhandara", "Sukha Bhandara" and "Chintaharan Bhandara". They are located in north of Burhanpur town and are at a height of approx. 100 feet from town land.

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Gurudwara

Burhanpur gurudwara is counted among important pilgrimage place for followers for Sikh religion followers. Founder of Sikh religion, Guru Nanakdev ji and their last guru (teacher)Guru Govind Singh Ji have visited this gurudwara. Most of the gurudwara are located on bank of Tapti river. Here you can see the Guru Granth Sahib (religious book) & weapons of Guru Govind Singh Ji. This Guruswara is about 400 years old.

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Mahal Gulara

Seven miles far from the town, Gulara Palace is famous for its natural beauty. Here is a water fall which makes this place beautiful at moon light; pond has two palaces both side. There is also a mausoleum of Hazrat Nizamuddin at a high place of Utaavli River, who was a religious mentor of Adil-khan.

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Dargah-E-Haqimi

About 2 km away from Burhanpur, one village is Lodhipura.   Famous pilgrimage site Dargah-E- Hakimi is situated here as a center of faith for the Dawoodi bohra sect of the world.      Here religious teachers Syedna Abdul Kadar Hakimuddin Sahib, Abdul Tayeb Zakiuddin Sahab and Syedi Sheikh Jeevji Sahib are the wages. The skill with which the mazar has been created by carving the marble, it is unique in itself                                    

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Ichhadevi Temple

Village Icchapur settled at Madhya Pradesh-Maharashtra border pact near approximately 23 km from Burhanpur.The name of the village has been done in the name of Karan Deshwadevi (Goddess who fulfills his wish). It is believed that a Maratha subedar had completed this temple on a hill, 450 years ago, after completing his dream of attaining the son.

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Kabir Temple

It was founded in 1829 by Saint Shri PuranSaheb. He was born in 1805 AD.   He was a devout connoisseur saint. Kabir Judgment Temple situated in Nagziri Mohalla on the banks of Tapti is situated in a huge building. This temple is famous as a college that introduces Kabir Darshan. Here, a function is organized every year on the dates of

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Jama mosque(Masjid)

The Jama Masjid, a posh building with its 36 * 1/2 meter long tower at the heart of the city, is a fine specimen of stone stone craftsmanship. It was made in 1588-89 AD by the ruler of the Pharaohus, King Ali Khan. building of the mosque meets two inscriptions in it. The first inscription is in Arabic language, in which it is mentioned that the construction of the mosque has been done by the order of the Faruq Adil Shah Faruqui, who obtained the highest achievement, the second inscription which is Urdu and Sanskrit, and the construction of the mosque. Also gives information about the genealogy of the Pharaohic rulers.

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Raja Jaisingh's Chhatri

Located about 6 km away from Chhatar Nagar of Raja Jai Singh, who exhibited the architecture of Rajasthan, is situated on the confluence of Mohana and Tapti. On this charming umbrella with 32 pillows, the dome has 4 large and 4 small domes built, which make extravagant display of the umbrella।

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Shah Nawaj Khan's Tomb

This mausoleum made of black stones, about 2 km away from the city on the banks of the Uthawali river, is a magnificent beautiful building of the Mughal period.    The construction of this tomb is square, with verandas built around it. The four-corners of the tomb have been made of Borgio and umbrellas in the tomb.

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Rokadiya Hanuman Temple

This temple is located next to the tomb of Shah Nawaz Khan across Utahali river. Here is conducting full fair annually on Paush month.

Accommodation arrangements

Government and private hotels are also available to stay in Burhanpur city.

Hotel Tapti Retreat

Address- Ichhapur Road, Burhanpur

Phone No.: 073252 42244

Utsav Hotel & Resort

Address:Bahadarpur Road, Burhanpur

Phone No.: 073252 57888

Hotel Panchavati

Address: Near Bus Stand, Amrawati Road Burhanpur

Phone No.: 073252 58855

Vastushilp Guest House

Address: 38,Balaji Nagar,Amrawati Road,Behind Hovt. Rest House ,Burhanpur

Phone No.: 098272 16391

Hotel Ambar & Holiday Resort

Address: Near Bus Stand,Amrawati Road,Burhanpur

Phone No.: 073252 58855

Hotel Madhuban

Address: Gandhi Chouk,Shanwara Road,Burhanpur

Phone No.: 073252 55136

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