Mandu || Tourist Places to Visit Near by Indore |

Mandu is an ancient fort city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. 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 2 lakes.

Fine Architecture:

Mandu

The wrecked city of Madhya Pradesh, Mandu, is a beautiful place which is rich in history and heritage. The beauty of Mandu is visible in its palaces, monuments and widespread lawns. There are many stories hidden here. Being an off-beat destination, Mandu is quite unique. You can’t find another city similar to Mandu. Mandu has a vintage ambience. The beautiful palaces take you back to the era of the kings and the queens. Mandu is nothing less than royal.

Hindola Mahal:

Mandu Hindola Mahal

One Day Itinerary:

Day 1: Reach Mandu and check in to your hotel. Start the day by visiting Jami Masjid. Head towards the tomb of Hoshang. End the day by visiting Ashrafi Mahal.
Day 2: Get ready to explore the infamous Jahaz Mahal and explore the history of Mandu. Then go to Hindola Mahal. Finally, head towards Champa Baoli and wrap the day.
Day 3: Go to the grand Rani Rupmati’s Pavilion which is 4 km away from Mandu. Visit the beautiful Baz Bahadur Palace which is also 4 km away.

Roopmati Mahal:

MANDU - Roopmati Pavilion

Holidify’s Opinion:

What’s Great?

An offbeat destination. Rich in history and heritage. Well-maintained monuments. Easy to reach. Lots of myths and stories to explore.

What’s not so Great?

A very high temperature in summers. Limited tourist season. More monuments, but less natural trails. No airport or railway station of its own. Not many options in cuisine.

For Whom:

If you enjoy learning about history and are interested in exploring the heritage of India, then Mandu is for you. All those people who love to visit offbeat destinations would love Mandu. It is a great place for all the knowledge lovers and explorers.

BEST TIME TO VISIT:

Monsoon Mandu

Sightseeing can be done in any season as it is open for tourists throughout the year. But considering the climatic condition and tourism time, October to March time is considered as best time to visit. Most of the tourists prefer to visit it in that time as climate was good, festival time and surrounding nature after monsoon offers picturesque view.

How to Reach:

REACHING BY AIR:

Reaching Mandu by Air

Mandu is situated in the Dhar district, which is just 98 kms from the nearest airport, Indore. Pre-paid taxis are available from the airport. The city is also well connected with major cities like Jabalpur, Gwalior, Bhopal, Hyderabad and Raipur.

REACHING BY RAIL:

Reaching Mandu by Rail

The nearest railhead is at Indore, 100 km from Mandu. Indore station is an important junction on the Delhi-Mumbai rail route. Tourists can get down at the Indore station and avail bus/ taxi to reach the place.

REACHING BY ROAD:

Reaching Mandu by Road

Mandu is well connected by road to major cities in India. Indore, Dhar, Maheshwar and other towns and cities have frequent buses to Mandu.

Accommodations in Madhya Pradesh:

Restaurants and Local Food in Mandu

 Mandu as a whole is a vegetarian location in majority but one can find non vegetarian delicacies in Malwa retreat and Malwa resort. Do try the huge Mandu Imlis that are a rare find of this location.

Madhya Pradesh offers a wide variety of accommodation choices to suit your taste and budget. No matter where you travel in MP, you will find a warm and welcoming place to stay somewhere nearby. Whether you want to travel alone or with friends, family and kids, whether you want to stay close to MP’s bustling cities or escape into the bracing wilderness – MP has a place right for you.

Tree House Hideaway:

In the 21 acres area of land lays an option of experiencing the snug life inside the rooms or venture out in the tiger-infested wild. The property has its resident species of birds, reptiles and animals residing around the forest trees and over time the area has now become a small secure park for them. You can spend your time unseen and undisturbed in the intimacy of your room or choose to go looking for wild animals & birds in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve.

Pench Tree Lodge:

Pench Tree Lodge is a unique experience, set in one of the unexplored areas of the Pench National Park. With 6 charming treehouses located in the picturesque village of Sarahiri, the lodge offers its guests proximity to the Karmajhiri gate. At the resort, guests have access to 16 hectares of private forest, to explore and observe the wildlife at close quarters.

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