Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), Jan 16 (ANI): Bhopal’s 300-year-old traditional Turkish public bathhouse called the Hammam-e-Kadami has been active since the time of the Nawabs. Constructed in the early 18th century, it was built in style of the Cemberlitas Hammams of Istanbul. This is the only hammam that is still functioning in the entire Indian sub-continent. Hammam literally translates to ‘spreader of warmth’ in Arabic. These steam bathhouses originated in Central Asia, where people came together to bathe, relax, socialize and, at times, take part in rituals.