Ship Palace in Mandu town amid two lakes is a rare architectural masterpiece. However, both lakes are artificial and designed to enhance Ship Palace's beauty.
This sandstone structure was originally built as a post for soldier memorials. The memorial was later renamed Rani Roopmati Pavillion.
The word "Hindola Mahal" means "Swing Palace" in English. This name is derived from the sloping position of its walls.
The Hoshang Shah Tomb is a one-of-a-kind structure made entirely of marble stone. This structure is considered to be India's first marble structure.
This is one of the historically significant mosques in the town of Mandu. The aesthetics of Jami Masjid are dominated by Mughal architecture.
Nasir-ud-Din, a 16th-century ruler, built this palace. Baz Bahadur's Palace has a unique blend of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture.
Mandu's rock boulders have spiritual significance also. The caves are known as the Shaiva Yogis' residence since they used to meditate there.
The structure was originally an Islamic school. Because the architecture and design were not ideal, the structure collapsed before its anticipated lifespan.
There is only one natural spot like this in the entire fort town of Mandu. It is best to visit during the monsoon because the waterfall frequently dries up during summer.