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The view from this place and the folklore of love between Roopmati and Baz Bahadur are the true essence of this place. Once just an Check Post later turned into the Queens palace, this is not known for the grandeur, but the views.
The pavilion was once an important military observation post and affords breathtaking view of of the Nimar valley. Later during the time of Baz Bahadur, Rupmati stayed here as it affords view of the Narmada river.
The pavilion was built for Rani Rupmati to have a glimpse of the River Narmada. It was a daily ritual. Due to mist the queen had to wait for the glimpse. The pavilion was made as a sun shade and resting place for Rupmati. A...More
Supposedly Rani Roopmati is believed to have visited this pavilion daily to give her offerings to Narmada river. Also referred to as Rani Roopmati Palace. But more or less looks like an army observation deck which is surely impressive and beautiful