Corridors at the Mandu Fort

In The Memory Of Love

Mandu is a celebration in stone of life and joy, of palaces, mosques, temples and most notably stands as a tribute to the love shared between its last independent king Baz Bahadur and his beautiful singer consort, Rani Roopmati. With thousands of years of history and civilization behind, one can find riveting stories in the known as well as the not so known corners of the country, but few catch our imagination like this one. Being in Mandu, takes one into another world, that is laden with music, romance, war and sacrifice. The balladeers of Malwa still sing of their euphoric romance and the epic ending that happened with Roopmati consuming poison.

Rare Afghani architecture, Jahaz Mahal (the Ship Palace), Roopmati’s Palace, rock cut caves and more, Mandu holds within, a myriad of worlds waiting to be explored and revealed.


2,079 ft





3,10,000 approx.


  • Textile and Colourful Fabrics
  • Home Décor, Gift Items, Wall Pieces and Showpieces.
  • Tribal art of Vindhyachal (Malwa) area.
  • Unique traditional artifacts



  • Malwa cuisine
  • Imli ki kadhi
  • Bhutte ki kees, mawa-bati, kebabs
  • Khoprapak and malpua

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