A view of the Darya Khan's Tomb, a magnificient and brilliant piece of architecture. It has intricate designing on its walls.
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Mandu photos, Baz Bahadur's Mahal - The 16th Century Palace.
A view of the staircase to the Baz Bahadur Mahal.it was built in the 16th Century.It reminds of the love story of Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati.
Mandu photos, Baz Bahadur's Mahal -The pond
An inside view of the Baz Bahadur palace showing the small pond which is considered to be sacred. It is a historically important site.
Mandu photos, Baz Bahadur's Mahal - An inside view
An inside view of the Baz Bahadur palace in Mandu.It has a large courtyard and several halls.
Mandu photos, Baz Bahadur's Mahal - A distant view
A distant view of the Baz Bahadur Mahal from Rani Roopmati Mahal.The Baz Bahadur palace is situated amidst the lush green hilly area of Mandu.
Mandu photos, Baz Bahadur's Mahal - The Majestic Palace,
A view of the arches of the doors inside the Baz Bahadur Palace.The palace takes us back to the love saga of Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati.
Mandu photos, Baz Bahadur's Mahal - A beautiful evening view
A beautiful evening view from the top of the Baz Bahadur palace in Mandu.The pleasant weather and the lush greenery makes the palce look more enchanting.
Mandu photos, Hoshang's Tomb - A marble mausoleum
A close view of the beautiful marble mausoleum of Hoshang Shah,the ruler of Malwa.It is also compared to Taj Mahal.
Mandu photos, Hoshang's Tomb -A front view
A view of a row of pillars inside the famous Hoshang Shah Tomb in Mandu.The plain interiors are accompanied by carved arches in the tomb.
Mandu photos, Hoshang's Tomb - A Top view
The beautiful Jami Masjid of the Hoshang Shah Tomb in Mandu is considered as one of the first marble structures in India.The dome of the Masjid has detailed carvings on it.
A view of the beautiful blue work on the wall of the Dai ka Mahal in Mandu.
Another view of the mosque in the Dai ka Mahal which is octagonal in shape and has an ornamental design.
The ruins of the famous Rewa Kund.It is a reservoir of water.It is now regarded as a holy place in Mandu.
A picturesque view of the rewa Kund,the symbol of love of Rani Roopmati and Baz Bahadur.it is an artificial lake built by Baz Bahadur for his love.
The distant view of the Bagh caves.Situated on the banks of Baghini river the Bagh caves are one of the finest example of Buddhist architecture.
The entrance of the Bagh caves or the Buddhist caves in Dhar.There are beautiful murals in these rock cut chambers.
The Bagh caves also known as the Buddhist caves are located in the Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh.
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The view of the ruins of the five caves out of nine survives today.The famous Buddhist caves has paintings and sculptures inside.
A view of the famous Rani Roopmati Palace is a popular tourist spot.It tells the love story of the beautiful Rani Roopmati and Baz Bahadur.
A top view of a dome of Rani Roopmati Pavilion which is located in the hilly areas of Mandu.
A view of one of the ways inside the famous Rani Roopmati Pavilion.It sings the saga of the tragic love of Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati.
A view of the Rani Roopmati Pavilion which is visited by thousands of tourists throughout the year.The Pavilion is located on the south side of the Baz Bahadur Mahal.
A view of the domed porch of Jama Masjid in Mandu.It has fine and simple architecture which is worth studying.
A view on the top of the roof of Jahaz Mahal.It has open terraces and pavilions.
A view of the Jahaz Mahal which was built in the fifteenth century.It reflects the Malwa style of architecture.
Jahaz Mahal or Ship palace is named so as it appears as a ship floating in the water.It was built by Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din-Khilji.
A view of the beautiful lush green surroundings of the Jahaz Mahal.The scenic beauty in and around the palace attracts thousands of tourists every year.
A front view of the Jahaz Mahal , a double storeyed rectangular shaped structure.The palace has fountains adding to the beauty of the place.
A side view of the charming Jahaz Mahal or ship palace in Mandu.It was built by the son of Emperor Mohammed Shah.
The ruined structure of the Hindola Mahal. The magnificient palace represents as of the finest examples of Malwa architecture.
A side view of the Hindola Mahal and its ruined parts in Mandu.It is a large meeting hall.It is made of sandstone
Hindola Mahal or the Swing Palace was built during the reign of Hoshang Shah.It reflects the architectural style of Malwa.
A view of the beautiful arches inside the Hindola Mahal in Mandu representing the great style of Malwa architecture.Simplicity is the main feature of this style.