Bhojpur is a historical town located in the Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh. It bears the name of the King Bhoja, the celebrated ruler from the Parmara dynasty. He was the 'scholar warrior'; an individual that had mastered the academic as well as the warrior skills. He himself guided the workers to construct the dam on the River Betwa. His excellent skills also helped him to win the battles against his rivals.
The town of Bhojpur is elevated at a height of 700 feet above the sea level. It spans a vast area of land that is a craggy plain. The River Betwa flows through it and is a major source of water. The climate of Bhojpur is tropical-temperate. It encounters searing summers with the median temperature of 41°C and pleasant winter with the median mercury level of 14°C.
Bhojpur houses alluring tourist destinations that are swarmed by the visitors. These places include the ancient Jain temples, Bhojeshwara Mahadev Mandir, Parvati Cave, Sati Pillar etc. All these temples and their carvings reflect the craftsmanship of the bygone times.