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Home to India’s finest examples of Architecture, Mandu (Mandavgarh) is sure to captivate you with its exotic palaces and pleasant atmosphere. Once in Mandu you will find yourselves going back in time with its numerous World Heritage Sites.

About the Locals: The people of Mandu have a strong bond with the ruins around them; their homes and farms wind in and around the ruins. The locals contribute in preservation of the monuments as well as partake in festivals like Mandu Festival.

Sightseeing: Perched atop the green plateaus Mandu has a lot to offer with its brilliant topography and Architecture.

Get romanced by the heartbreaking yet epic tale of Baaz Bahadur and Roopmati at Roopmati’s Pavillion, Set out for a Spectacular voyage of the grasslands from the panoramic Jahaz Mahal. Also do not miss the Hindola Mahal, Jami Masjid, Rewa Kund and Hoshang Shah’s Tomb.

Places to stay

Get the best of Mandu’s Hospitality at Hotel Rupmati with great views and commendable service. On the banks of Lake Sagar is Hotel Jahaz Mahal with its perfect ambience and luxurious rooms or try a Family friendly resort by Madhya Pradesh Tourism at Malwa Resort.

Places to Eat

You could fill your bellies with some decent food at Mandu’s only restaurant Shivani Restaurant or you could take meals the same place you choose to stay at.

Travel tips

The best time to visit Mandu is from July to September.

Mandu is well connected by Buses from Indore, Ujjain, Maheshwar and Omkareshwar. The nearest airport is at Indore, 99 km away, and the nearest Rail head being Ratlam (124km).

Cycling is the best way to get around Mandu. You won’t find a single auto rickshaw there.  Or you could get a private Taxi from one of the nearby cities.

Tourist Information Centre:

42, Residency Area
Opp. Saint Paul H.S.School, Indore
Tel: 0731-2499566, 2499466, 7869982222
Telefax: 0731- 2491345
E-mail: indore@mptourism.com

Airport Counter Indore
Tel: 0731-2620404
E-mail: indoreairport@mptourism.com