Lal kothi : Visiting foreign dignitaries
- The first British national was Col. C.H.E. Ward, advisor and Chief Minister to Shahjahan Begum
- Sir Hugh Daily, resident, central India visited Lal Kothi. He emphasized that only the Union Jack should fly on the Lal Kothi.
- Sir Lepel Griffin, Agent to the Governor-General in central India visited the Lal Kothi in 1881
- Lord Frederick Roberts visited on 25th Feb 1889. He was Commander-in-Chief of British army in India.
- British Viceroy Marquess of Lansdowne came on 20th Nov 1891
- Earl of Elgin, the Viceroy came on 4th Nov 1895
- Lord Marquess Curzon came in 1899
|Lord Curzon at Bhopal Railway Station - 1899|
- Lord and Earl of Minto arrived on 12 Nov 1909
- Viceroy Lord Hardinge of Penhurst and Lady Hardinge visited in 1911.
- Sir Henry Mc Mahon, Chief Secretary to British foreign office came in 1911.
- Lord Creacher, Sir Gromorey and Montgomery visited in 1912.
- Prince of Wales on 4th Feb 1922.
- Lord Irwin came here in 1927.