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Hoshang Shah's Tomb, Mandu

Features

Hoshang Shah's Tomb is beautiful marble structure. The main casket of Hoshang Shah is carved in the form of a crate with fade bands and with a mirage moulded at the top. There are other graves also below the dome, three of which are in marble. Dharmashala to the west of Hoshang Shah's tomb is consists of a gallery divided into three sections by rows of pillars.

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Ashrafi Mahal, Mandu

Features

Located opposite to Jami Masjid, Ashraf Mahal is huge structure composed of three buildings built at three different times. The first structure was a madrassa with courtyard, then hall portion and last, the Ashrafi Mahal.

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Baz Bahadur's Palace, Mandu

Features

Baz Bahadur's Palace was built by Baz Bahadur during 16th century and has spacious courtyards. The terraces of halls which offer good view of the surrounding.

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Champa Baoli, Mandu

Features

Champa Baoli was the summer palace of the rulers and has wells with cold water, residential rooms and bathrooms.

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Hindola Mahal, Mandu

Features

Located near Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal was named for its peculiarly sloping side walls. The simple but appealing style of architecture of the Mahal makes it distinct from others.

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Jahaz Mahal (Ship Palace), Mandu

Features

Jahaz Mahal was built by Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Khilji between the two artificial lakes, Munj Talao and Kapur Talao. The two storied palace with its structure is one of the main important tourist attractions of Mandu.

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Jami Masjid, Mandu

Features

Inspired by the great mosque of Damascus, Syria, this huge structure is striking in both its simplicity and architectural style with large courtyards and grand entrances.

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Lohani Caves, Mandu

Features

Lohani Caves are ancient and ordinary caves without much of carvings and without any inscription. Most of caves are now in ruined condition and images found here shifted to other museums.

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Mosque Of Dilawar Khan, Mandu

Features

The Mosque was built in A.D.1510-26 for Darya Khan and has four small domes around the main dome in the centre.

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Nil Kanth Palace & Temple, Mandu

Features

Nil Kanth palace was constructed by the Mughal governor, Shah Badgah Khan and it has some inscriptions pertains of the period of Emperor Akbar. Neelkanth temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and still worshipped by locals.

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Roopmati's Pavilion, Mandu

Features

Originally built as an army observation point, a large sandstone structure offers beautiful view of surroundings area.

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Taveli Mahal, Mandu

Features

Located on the south of Jahaz Mahal, Taveli Mahal was used as a guardhouse and a stable during the Mughal empire. It now acts as a museum and houses various archaeological objects.

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