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Mandu Travel Guide

Fairy tale love story of a Muslim Prince with a local poor shepherd girl bestows the mythological face to Mandu. Mandu, a small city on the edge of Malwa Plateau, is circumvented by forests and has a historical implication. History narrates that the founder of this cute, beautiful town was Raja Bhoj and was once a royal draw back.

Architectural marvel is the main attraction in this city with recollection of ancient architecture, way back to 10th century is still visible. Mandu has most all right examples of Afghan architecture in India. The town is a monument for the love, romance and tenderness as it is conceived that this place is linked with love legend of Prince Baz Bahadur and Singer Roopmati, the beauty of the city.

The folk tale relation of a Muslim prince with shepherdess Hindu girl was doomed to failure. The whole Mandu region has a number of tremendous palaces, baths, attractive canals and artistically crafted pavilions bringing out the age old fairy tale love story with its all attractive pop and pomp. Rock cut caves with captivating paintings embellishing the walls and ceilings are added attractions.

Ancientness and artistry merges here to bring the some of the wonderful structures, the massive gateways to Mandu is an example of this ancient artistic excellence. It is city of monuments with some of them are Alamgir, Bhangi, Rampol Darwaza, Jehangir Gate and Tarapur Gate. Mandu is one of the few places where the very rare Baobab tree grows. Mandu welcomes the holidaymakers with all her charm and heritage; this is a price worthy place to make a perfect culture holidays. Mandu is the perfect honeymoon destination as well as it is the city of love and delight.

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