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Floating over it's own reflection, the Jahaz Mahal in Mandu looks like a ship that's about to sail. However, for centuries this ship made of stone and mortar never did. Instead, it stood floating over the twin lakes, bearing a silent witness to Mandu's long, rich and varied history.
The city of Mandu is adorned with spell-binding Afghan architecture surrounded by baobab trees, native to Africa. The grand palaces are still alive with royal romance while the gateways (darwazas) speak of a history of imperial conquests. A walk through Mandu will leave you awe-struck, the way you used to be listening to stories from grandparents.
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Stands as a unique building amidst the beautiful settings of Mandu, Ashrafi Mahal was initially built as an education institute by Hoshang Shah.
Named after its ruler, Baz Bahadur Palace in Mandu is a 16th century structure and famous for its large courtyards and high terraces. The palace can be seen from Rani Roopmati Pavilion.
12 darwazas (gates) surround this walled city, which was once a vital military post.
Also known as the swinging palace, Hindola Mahal is the popular tourist spot in Mandu.
Constructed in 15th century in honour of Hoshang Shah, the tomb is said to be India?s first marble tomb built before the Taj Mahal.
An architectural marvel, the palace, literally, is shaped like a majestic ship.
One of the finest Afghan mosques in India, Jami Masjid evokes a mystic atmosphere for the visitors.
On the lofty crest of the hill, beyond the palace of Baz Bahadur stands the pavilion of Rani Roopmati. It is believed that Rani Roopmati used to begin her day only after completing her morning ritual of worshipping Narmada.
Spread across 82 kms., this massive structure is considered as India?s biggest fort.
Nestled behind a rise in the hill, Rewa Kund is believed to be an ancient lake widened and rebuilt by Baz Bahadur.
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Hotel Fun N Food boasts of an efficient service and more than average food. Snacks are the speciality of the restaurant, with spring rolls, sandwiches, pizzas and more as the favourite ones. It's also a favoured hangout zone for many, usually locals and tourists both.
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The plain, canteen-style interior of this diner is a welcome contrast to the hectically gaudy exterior. The pure-veg menu is extensive and includes solid thalis plus local specialities such as Mandu malai kofta (dumplings in a mild sauce).
A trading hub between the Deccan and Delhi in the 16th century, the city of Indore was discovered by Rao Nandlal Chaudhary in mid-1710. Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar, with her keen interest in education and
Situated on the banks of river Narmada, Maheshwar appeals to both, the pilgrim as well as the tourist in you. The town possesses a treasure trove of beautiful temples that calm the soul, alongside
The best time to visit Mandu is from July to March.