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Roopmati Pavilion, Mandu

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Roopmati Pavilion states that a love saga evokes a sigh from the hardest of hearts regardless of the era. This Pavilion still stands today as a testimony to Rani Roopmati and Baz Bahadur’s love story. The love story transcends religion and worldly ties and is a story of love and sacrifice inked forever on the ground in Mandu.

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Their love saga has seen numerous re-telling sessions, so many times over that nobody can today claim to know the truth. Although the original structure was built as an army observation point, the western additions to the structure enabled the queen to gaze on her lover’s palace and her beloved Narmada River.

Today the scenic views from the palace whisk travelers into another dimension where love conquers all. Echo point is another famous attraction situated very close to the place. The sunset views from the palace over the Narmada River make a mark on all those who witness the sight.


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