Mandu is an ancient fort city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It's surrounded by stone walls dotted with darwazas. It's also known for its Afghan architectural heritage. Landmark buildings include Hoshang Shah’s Tomb, a domed marble mausoleum, and the vast Jami Masjid mosque, with courtyards framed by colonnades. The imposing, centuries-old Jahaz Mahal palace stands between two lakes.
Jahaz Mahal

Jahaz Mahal is a jewel built somewhere around 1436-1439. Located between two water bodies it looks like a ship.
Rani Rupmati’s Pavillion

Rani Roopmati was a Hindu singer, and later Queen of Malwa after her marriage to Sultan Baz Bahadur. Rani Roopmati's Pavilion was built as an army observation post. It served a more romantic purpose as Roopmati's retreat.
Baz Bahadur’s Palace

Built by Baz Bahadur, this 16th-century structure is famous for its large courtyards encompassed by large halls and high terraces. It is situated below Roopmati's Pavilion and can be seen from the pavilion.
Hindola Mahal

Hindola Mahal, is a large meeting hall or durbar, in the ancient Indian city of Mandu.
Champa Baoli & Hammam

Champa baoli and Hammam an extensively constructed step well that was very much inspired from the styles of the Turkish bath at Mandu.
Jain Temple

The temple is present in a big campus in Mandavgarh fort situated on the peak high of Vindhya parvat.
Ashrafi Mahal

Ashrafi Mahal was built facing the Jami Masjid at Mandu, its approach of a noble flight of stairs aligning with and mirroring that of the mosque.
Jami Masjid

Inspired by the great mosque of Damascus, this enormous structure is striking in both its simplicity and architectural style-with large courtyards and grand entrances. At the front of Jaami Mosque, there are ruins of Asharfi Palace.
Taveli Mahal

The name Taveli is a corrupt form of "Tavela" which literally means "Stable". The building was thus a "stables block" or mansion since its ground-floor was used for the stables.
Hoshang’s Tomb

India's first marble structure, it is one of the most refined examples of Afghan architecture. Its unique features include the beautifully proportioned dome, intricate marble lattice work and porticoed courts and towers.
Best Time To Visit Mandu

Mandu is located in the western region of Madhya Pradesh state of India. The best time to visit Mandu is from October to March. Winter is the best season of all. During monsoon, Mandu receives average rainfall, and summers are scorching. Winter begins from November to February during which temperatures remain between 8°C to 22°C. Sometimes rainfall may be received during winters followed by fog mostly in December to January months. But fog in winters is not common here like in North India. In Mandu, summers prevail from March to June end sometime in July also. During summers, day temperature remains high with the flow of heatwaves. Here temperature remains between 24°C to 45°C. Tourist arrival falls during this time due to the hot climate. During the rainy season, monsoon clouds come from the southwest direction of the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. In the monsoon season, the scenic beauty of Mandu gets increased with greenery at all surrounding places and full of water in rivers and waterholes.

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