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A monument dedicated to daughter of ruling king, the story associated with this monument is not very clear, though the monument has its own charm, has quite distinctive architewcture and worth a visit. The road leading to this monument is not huge and you might...More
It's a pretty tomb but not spectacular.
The arched spandrels and brackets it was famous for have probably broken down. I saw a stack I'm one corner.
It's on the lake in Chanderi and it's entrance is lined with sati monuments on the left
Chanderi was ruled by the Malwa Sultanate, and much of its architecture is pre-Mughal. The original thing about it is, most of it is built in just stone, just like the Hindu temples of the region. This is what makes it important.
Shehzadi Ka Rauza...More