Rupayan Museum is a must-include place in the itinerary of Mandu for the kind of experience it offers, especially to history buffs, archaeologists, anthropologists and anyone interested into analyzing the life of the locals of Mandu during the past decades and centuries. The museum sprawls in 10 acres of land which is provided by the Government Madhya Pradesh which also looks after the maintenance of the place. A wide range of ancient tools and crafts primitively used in the ancient times by the natives of the place can be seen here.Location: Nalchha Tehsil, Mandu, IndiaTimings: 10 AM to 5 PM on all days of the week except Monday.Entry Fee: INR 10 per Indian adult.Suggested time required: An hour or two.Distance from Mandu Bus Stand: Approximately 22 KM.If you like camping then you are lucky enough because Madhya Pradesh provides you a wide range of camping spots, click here for some best camping experiences.
This renowned temple is dedicated to Lord Shri Suparshawnath Bhagwan and a white stone is carved into his idol inside the temple which sits in a padmasana posture. The temple is situated in Mandavgarh Fort and the idol is 3 feet tall. This temple is a hidden jewel and one of the must-visit Mandu tourist places, especially for the devotees and peace seekers. Nestled in the massive campus of the fort that sits atop the Vindhya Parvat gives it a dramatic backdrop. Bhojanshalas and Dharamshalas are available near the temple.Location: Inside Mandavgarh Fort, Mandu, IndiaTimings: any time of the day.Entry Fee: Free of cost.Suggested time required: 1 to 2 hours.Distance from Mandu Bus Stand: Less than Kilometer.If you are on a trip to this state with your family then here is a list of famous national parks in Madhya Pradesh that are very popular for family outings and picnic spots.
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