With several lakes and palaces around the town, Mandu was a pleasure resort under the Mughal empire and is a testament
to the romance between Baz bahadur and Rani Roopmati. With a perimeter of 82 km, the Mandu fort is considered the biggest
fort in India and one you must not miss out on while in the town.
The mosque of Dilawar Khan, one of the earliest in the area, is significantly influenced by Hindu workmanship in its
architecture. The tomb of Hoshang Shah that boasts of a marble edifice has a proportionate dome and marble lattice work
that makes it beautiful to look at.