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Historical Monuments Of Mandu

Mandu Village, Mandu, India
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Mandu village is also known as Mandav. An amazing place created by Its King. Its a Whole day Trip... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jaipur, India
Amazing Historic place must see

Visit in April was stightly 🔥 however every penny worth it. So many things to see, amazing Indian... read more

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Mandu village is also known as Mandav. An amazing place created by Its King. Its a Whole day Trip to Mandav. 110Kms Far from Indore. We were here by last Year December. Enjoyable if you are seeking for historical places. Picturesque Points. Another Attraction is...More

Thank Dheeraj_Tourbabu
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visit in April was stightly 🔥 however every penny worth it. So many things to see, amazing Indian history. Cool off at the tourism restaurant next to the beautiful lake. Need atleast 2 days to cover everything. It's a mega city complex, several forts, palaces,...More

Thank Raviriti
Reviewed 24 May 2017

The old city of Mandu is filled with so many architecturally rich monuments you can easily spend half a day to a full day visiting the sites. The various monuments are spread across the area and you will surely need a vehicle to travel between...More

Thank traveller_prk
Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

Before the Mughals, Mandav-fort was known to be one of the finest forts of India. Before to being enter in Mandu, one has to cross many door during the way inside, like – Alamgir, Bhangi darwaza, Dehli darwaza, Kabaani darwaza. Back of Mandu there are...More

Thank chetanindoretrip
Reviewed 18 May 2017

We visited Mandu for Historical importance as read in books and heard from friends living near Indore. We stayed here for a night at Malwa Retreat – run by Madhya Pradesh Tourism, Government of Madhya Pradesh. We hired a Guide at the cost of Rs....More

3  Thank SadhanaRakesh
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Mandu has three groups of monuments, 1. the Central group i.e. Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal, Hoshang Shah Tomb, Jami Masjid, Darwazas, Ashrafi Mahal and other 2. Rewa Kund group: Baz Bahadhur palace, Rani Roopmati Pavilion, Rewa Kund 3. others: Nilkanth Mahal, Hathi Mahal etc. Overall...More

Thank EnigmaticIndia
Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

Visit in October to December all places is its own history and atmospheric of mandu like Kashmir in rainy season all over mandu is my favourite place of madhaypradesh

Thank jadeja g
Reviewed 31 March 2017

This is a mega city complex, comprising of several forts, palaces, pavillions and important gates. On one end, there is Rani Roopmati Pavillion and Jahangirpur Darwaza is on one side of the main road, about 5.5 kms off the road. The number of these monuments...More

1  Thank RAJENDRA884
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Interesting old town with a few great monuments, especially the mosque (being repaired now) and Hoshang's Tomb, but the really special place os outside of town, near the Malwa Retreat. It's the ancient caravansary, quite huge, with the remains of a central tank. The stone...More

Thank 810wanderwoman
Reviewed 24 March 2017

To travel back in time and be amazed at what was conceived years back, in the formation of a city is an experience. The entire Mandu complex needs time to understand the reason and logic of planning such a city within a city.

Thank Tanuja58
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Dipanwita G
Where to find a reliable local guide for mandu trip
5 June 2016|
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Response from RRajawat | Reviewed this property |
Hiii mam, For Mandu I suggest that you dont need to hire for a Guide. Google all visit point sand take a print of all for ready reference. Actually Mandu visiting points are all on the main roads serpentine style... and they... More
We are senior citizens with a limited capacity to climb and walk. Is Mandu , Jahaz palace , Bag caves, and Roopmati pavillion a good and manageable plan? Is this a good destination for us?
11 January 2016|
Response from Sathyanarayana S | Reviewed this property |
I have seen this question just now. Hence answering now. I myself and my wife are senior citizens and could manage to visit all monuments. Only thing is that you should be able to walk inclines and steep steps