'Mandu' is buzzing with tourists, 'Immortal tales' of love have been engraved on the stones here, definitely visit once

'Mandu' is buzzing with tourists, 'Immortal tales' of love have been engraved on the stones here, definitely visit once

Mandu, the ancient city of Madhya Pradesh has always attracted tourists from all over the world. Once again a large number of tourists have reached here. The major attractions here are places like Jahaz Mahal, Rani Roopmati Mahal, Baz Bahadur's Palace, Asharfi Mahal, Hoshangshah's Tomb, Jama Masjid, Lohani Caves, Neelkantheshwar Mahadev, Gadshah's Shop, Tabeli Mahal, Echo Point, which you must visit Apart from this, dinosaur eggs will also be found here for children.

Let us inform that the influx of tourists started in Mandu from Saturday itself. A large number of tourists enjoy reaching Mandu on Sunday holidays. The tourism city of Mandu is on its peak these days. The natural beauty of Mandu is made upon seeing during the rainy days. Tourists are reaching Mandu on Saturday and Sunday holidays. On Saturday too many tourists arrived at the palaces. During the rainy days, the clouds in Mandu came down to the ground. One of the historical buildings of Mandu is covered in fog. Vehicles have to keep lights on even during the day. Tourists who reached Mandu captured this memorable moment in their cameras, tourists were seen taking selfies at many places.

600 years old rainwater harvesting

The water structures of Jahaz Mahal are still a subject of research. Rainwater harvesting used to take place even 600 years ago. Bhuj Talab and Kapoor Talab have an underground connection. The water used to go to the swimming pool built in the palace by the Rahat method. In ancient times there were about 700 water sources in Mandu. The Mughal ruler Jahangir celebrated his 42nd birthday here in 1617. He lived for seven months in Jahaan Mahal with his wife Nur Jahan.

Must visit here in Mandu

There are many places worth seeing for tourists in Mandu, in which the palace of Rani Roopmati, Hindola Mahal, Jahaz Mahal, Jama Masjid, Ashrafi Mahal etc. are prominent. Along with this, Mandu is also known as 'Mandavgarh Jain Tirth'. Here is a beautiful ancient white colored statue of Lord Suparshvanath enshrined in Padmasana posture. This statue was established in the year 1472. Mandavgarh also has many other ancient Jain temples of historical importance, due to which it is a place of pilgrimage for Jains.

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