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Historical Monuments Of Mandu

Mandu Village, Mandu, India
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Every monument is worth visiting , at least once ....

Mandu is full of historical monuments and every one of them is MUST visit place for one reason or... read more

Reviewed September 15, 2016
Pune, India
a peak into our history

history lovers must go here also if you are a nature lover you must not leave it especially during... read more

Reviewed August 23, 2016
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Reviewed September 15, 2016

Mandu is full of historical monuments and every one of them is MUST visit place for one reason or other... Firstly they all are very very wel maintained and kept neat and clean by ASI and every place has a history or interesting story connected...More

Thank Ashutosh_Soman
Reviewed August 23, 2016

history lovers must go here also if you are a nature lover you must not leave it especially during rainy season. as this place is at its best during rain. lake is a worth to visit and enjoy with your family.

Thank tanmay s
Reviewed July 27, 2016 via mobile

Mandu has a lot to offer considering it is an offbeat destination. There are many monuments around this small mountain town and its charm is retained because of its limited accessibility. It's a short drive from Indore and has a nice view point on the...More

Thank Neha V
Reviewed May 28, 2016

one of the best historical place in madhya pradesh , super cool place , when ever i go , i always found new things , best time to visit is july to dec.

Reviewed April 23, 2016

Mandu oozes history in every square inch of its environs. Strategically perched at the edge of the Malwa plateau and overlooking the Narmada valley to its south, Mandu boasts of a long and chequered history stretching all the way back to the 5th or 6th...More

Thank Justnitid
Reviewed March 31, 2016 via mobile

Mandu is one must visit during monsoons, but i happened to visit even in summers during Holi. The topography is quite different, lots of steep roads , valleys, mountain n beautiful ancient structures - Darwaza n chatris. Very few Hotels as this is a day...More

Thank RRajawat
Reviewed February 23, 2016 via mobile

Mandu is bunch of historical monuments namely Jahaz mahal , rani rupmati mahal , baghbahadur palace , moti masjid etc. All the monuments are dispersed with 10-15 km hence a vehicle is must to do good justice to Mandu . As we move around in...More

Thank shalabhk
Reviewed February 21, 2016

a must see for history lovers so many differents thinks to see a set of buildings variety of great architectural richness

Thank domdom69
Reviewed January 28, 2016

Although many attractions of MP are brandied about in ads and brochures, this is the real hidden gem; especially for history- and architecture-lovers. Location is near Indore, and is situated on a plateau giving a bird's eye view of the surrounding plains. The two must...More

Thank Drdm2013
Reviewed January 27, 2016

This place is paradise for History buffs. Mandu has deep historical significance, once upon a time it was capital of Malwa and hence attracted lot of invasions to get power over Malwa. It was founded by Parmars, then successfully invaded by Khilji, Mughals and finally...More

Thank Deepa3710
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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