Tag Archives: Madhya Pradesh Tourism

Indore in 10 Travel Photos

Founded nearly 500 years ago, Indore is the gateway to the famous tourist destinations in Western Madhya Pradesh. The city lives up to its reputation of being the trading hub between the Deccan Kingdoms and Delhi Sultanate from the time … Continue reading

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10 Must Do’s on a Trip to Mandu

Mandu or Mandavgarh is a ruined small town in Central India which was an important political and cultural centre several centuries ago. Located at an elevated height of 600 metres Mandu has a pleasant climate all year though monsoon is … Continue reading

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Madrassa, Mosque and Mausoleum in Mandu

Mandu is also home to the Village Group of Monuments. I wondered whether it was a village in the days of yore, ocated far away from the glittering mahals that earned its name. The Village group is actually a Madrassa … Continue reading

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Hindola Mahal-Swing Palace of Mandu, India

Its been extended monsoon this year in Bangalore ; overcast sky with occasional glimpse of the sun, just enough to keep me warm on a windy day. I took a long walk in the park and as I watched the … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Sadhu by the River !!

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Shiva resides in an abode with Islamic Inscription, Nilkanth, Mandu

What happens when you visit a place and see the most unexpected. That’s what happened to me when I visited Nilkanth Palace Temple in Mandu. I was traveling from Maheshwar to Mandu when I stopped by to catch a valley … Continue reading

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Ruins of Mandu, Enduring Time and Tide

If you thought that multi level malls and stores were a thing of the 20th century, think again !! Gada Shah’s Shop in Mandu is now a ruined monument but 5 centuries ago, it was a shopping hot spot. Mandu … Continue reading

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Humanity: Glimpses of Bead Sellers in Maheshwar

Maheshwar  is a riverside town in India. Located on the banks of river Narmada in Maheshwar, this town is popular for its quaint temples, the fort that once housed brave Maratha Queen Ahilyabai and its rich handloom. I spent a … Continue reading

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Mandu Monsoon Romance: Roopmati Pavilion

I traveled with the clouds from Baz Bahadur Palace to Roopmati Pavilion with his message of love. Roopmati Pavilion is an imposing three storeyed structure set between green Nimar plains. The sloping road from the car park area to the entrance … Continue reading

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Mandu Monsoon Romance: Baz Bahadur Palace

Mandu is an ancient ruined town located in the heart of India. Mandu is best experienced in monsoon when nature is at its titillating best, encouraging suitors to embrace her bewitching beauty under the green veil. A few centuries ago, it was … Continue reading

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