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Rani Roopmati Pavillion, Mandu
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  • We had great expectations when we reach to Rani Rupamati Mahal (Queen Rupamati Palace). From entrance it feels like very big palace, but actually it is defending wall of entire city. Queen Rupamati wa...  more »
  • You will need to climb several steps or utilize the ramp section to reach this palace. Not advisable for old or those with joint pains. The upper lever where the pavilion is ,is accessible by stairs. ...  more »
  • This construction is at three levels. On the top we have the twoChhatris or Pavillions . One chhatri was somewhat destroyed by lightening later restored. The 1st and 2nd level was made for the soldier...  more »
  • It's was amazing to be there. Absolutely amazing architecture and we can even see Narmada River if the clouds are not there early in the morning. It shows glamorous and vintage India of Medieval Period. Many Mythological stories are related to that place . Keeping this heritage alive is awesome. In my opinion it is a very nice place.
  • Gud archeological sites for história lovers
  • Baz bahadur made this for Rani. He designed this in such a way that she can see Narmada river one side & another side Baz Bahadur's Palace but This love story ended in a tragic way. Epic love story in Indian history. Must visit
  • Beauty, Overall Look from upper floor is fantastic. U vl luv it.
  • Must visit place in Mandav along with Jahaz Mahal