About Baz Bahadur's Palace
Khilji Sultan Nasir-ud-Din constructed the palace between the year 1508-1509, for the last ruler of Mandu- King Baz Bahadur. The mix styled architecture that includes a glimpse of Mughal and Rajasthani aesthetics is a marvelous piece of art.
The King became fond of this palace because of his eternal romance with the accomplished singer Roopmati who used to visit the nearby Rewa Kund. There are about 40 broad steps to reach the entrance of the Palace and this hilltop monument offers scenic views of the surrounding region. It is one of the Madhya Pradesh tourists places that you cannot resist clicking and posing at.
Location: Mandav, Madhya Pradesh 454010
Timings: Sunrise to sunset.
Entry Fee: 7 AM to 7 PM on all days of the week.
Suggested time required: Less than an hour.
Distance from Mandu Bus Stand: Approximately 5 KM.