Bharat Bhavan is regarded as one of the most unique Institutes in India for the preservation of the traditional folk art & was designed by the internationally famed architect Charles Correa.
It is an autonomous multi-arts complex and museum in Bhopal, India, established and funded by the Government of Madhya Pradesh.
Opened in 1982, it houses an art gallery, a fine art workshop, an open-air amphitheatre, a studio theatre, an auditorium, a museum tribal and folk art, libraries of Indian poetry, classical music as well as folk music.
Much of this centre is below ground level, merging with the landscape.
State Museum: This is among the best designed museum in India. Here there are reproductions of the now-destroyed Buddhist Bagh Cave paintings, 84 rare Jaina bronzes of the 8th to 11th centuries, Avaloketeshwaras of Lamaism, Saivite sculptures & miniature paintings showing the graceful life styles of those distant days.