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Historical Monuments Of Mandu

Mandu Village, Mandu, India
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Amamzing Mandu

To travel back in time and be amazed at what was conceived years back, in the formation of a city... read more

Reviewed March 23, 2017
Pune, India
Jal Mahal and its water management architecture

The ancient Mandu town history dates back to 6th centuary and it has lived through time and... read more

Reviewed January 28, 2017
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Reviewed March 23, 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.

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Reviewed January 28, 2017

The ancient Mandu town history dates back to 6th centuary and it has lived through time and witnessed glorious era of Parmars up to 11-12 centuary. Later, it remained favourite for Afgans & Moghuls and Marathas and has relicts of those era in some form...More

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Reviewed January 27, 2017 via mobile

Mandu is a romantic historical city filled with heavenly music and breathtaking visuals. There are so many monuments along the way. You can get the government authorised guide at reasonable fees. Details of guides can be found at MPTDC resort restaurants/Tourist Centers. Tip: While on...More

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Reviewed December 25, 2016

Best time to visit mandu is in monsoon season that is from July to September. Nearest airport is Indore and connected by roads from Ratlam and Indore.

Thank SourabhHarit
Reviewed December 12, 2016

In and around Mandu is a great area to see and (perhaps) discover centuries old monuments. The monuments are architecturally and aesthetically very different from the one's we are used to seeing in Rajasthan. It is one of the oldest surviving palaces in India, yet,...More

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Reviewed November 29, 2016

Mandu or Mandavgad is a ruined city in the present-day Mandav area of the Dhar district.Mandu, due to its strategic position and natural defences, was an important place with a rich and varied history.

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Reviewed November 6, 2016 via mobile

It is a nice place for one day visit. You should take guide to visit mandu properly. Best time to go there is month of August

Thank sunilyaduka
Reviewed October 29, 2016 via mobile

You need at least a day to cover majority of the famous monuments in Mandu. A guide is a must but beware of fake ones. Rani roopmati palace complex, jahaz Mahal complex and nearby structures like Jami masjid, hoshand Shah tomb are the main monuments.

Thank VivekPilania
Reviewed October 19, 2016

It is really amazing how many monuments you encounter in this small place.The construction dates from 10 th century to 16. Starting from Raja Bhoj, a Hindu king, it changed hands to Khilji Dynasty-that is Pathan and afgan architecture- ending to the Mughal one. THe...More

Thank Shubhalaxmi
Reviewed September 23, 2016

Mandu have several monuments spread across different locations and hence you need a car as well as a local guide for a full day to do justice to the beautiful monuments of Mandu and understand their historic significance. Its advisable to carry water, sunscreen and...More

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Dipanwita G
June 5, 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
January 11, 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