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Built under the reign of Mandu Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Khilji who had a vast harem of about 15000 women. In order to accommodate the ladies in a proper building, this monumental palace was constructed. Jahaz Mahal is located in the Mandu Fort near Munj Talab along Gada Shah Mahal and Hindola Mahal.This double-storeyed palace is encircled by twin ponds that give an impression to the spectators that it is a floating structure. If you are visiting Mandu fort, this can be one of the places to visit in Madhya Pradesh that will intrigue you with its phenomenal architecture.Location: Jahaz Mahal Internal Rd, Sulibardi, Madhya Pradesh 454010Timings: 6 AM to 6 PM on all days of the week.Entry Fee: INR 5 per Indian adult.Suggested time required: 1 to 2 hours.Distance from Mandu Bus Stand: Approximately 1 KM.
The massive disappropriate dome and the thick pillars give an impression of a standing Elephant to the spectators. Originally built as a pleasure resort, Hathi Mahal today looks like an abandoned landmark in Madhya Pradesh where traces of decorative tile-work and the planned external architectural nuances still leave an impressive mark on the minds of the visitors. The masonry moldings, the humongous dome. The octagonal high base and the three arched-opening on all sides look as if it was planned like a Baradari. Places like this are hard to miss and this is among such places to visit in Mandu.Location: Elephant Palace, Mandav, Madhya Pradesh, IndiaTimings: 24 hours. Best to go between sunrise to sunset hours.Entry Fee: Free of cost.Suggested time required: An hour and a half.Distance from Mandu Bus Stand: Around 2 KM.
Rani Roopmati's Pavilion
This vintage place bestows you with an unparalleled view of the river Narmada. The Pavilion has a backstory of a medieval romance that started between King Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati. Earlier this hilltop structure was used as an army ground to keep a watch around and guard the kingdom. The pavilion has two watchtowers and beautiful courtyards as well, making it one of Mandu tourist places which are mandatory parts of every itinerary. It is said that Rani Roopmati was an accomplished classical singer and the pavilion was made acoustically so it served her better. It is one of the most exceptional places you should visit in Madhya Pradesh.Location: Mandu, Mandav, Dhar, Madhya Pradesh 454010Timings: 8 AM to 6 PM on all days of the week.Entry Fee: INR 5 per Indian and SAARC countries adults.Suggested time required: Over 2 hours.Distance from Mandu Bus Stand: Around 5.5 KM.
Mandu is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh, and top in my favorite list. Mandu is a great mix of history and Nature. So if you are looking for a peaceful place with an interesting history and architecture mandu can be a destination. There are Historic monuments and buildings made by different rulers of the Mughal empire. Sightseeing Tour To Mandav is very exciting for nature lovers and history lovers.
Mandav Day Out Resort With Sightseeing covers all the major attractions & food was amazing and one can get unlimited meals.
Mandav Day Out Resort With Sightseeing was a wonderful experience booking with thrillophilia make it much easier food was great wooden cottage have all the amenities best tour for weekend get away.
I've been to Mandu in almost every season. The best season to visit this place is during the rains. Choose a day when it's sure to drizzle. Only then will be able to the beauty of this place, which is, The wandering clouds! The clouds float down to ur level make u feel like u are amidst clouds! Be sure to take services of an authorized Guide to see The Jahazmahal and The Rupmati Mahal. Jahazmahal is sure to wow u in architecture.
The Monuments in Mandu (especially Rupamati's Pavillion) are breathtaking and set in beautifully maintained lush gardens. Very highly recommended.
I visited this place with a group of friends with families. A very good place and must say well maintained. Jahaz Mahal, Rupamati palace, Hoshang Shah Tomb, Hindola mahal. Beautiful place to take children.