Sagar Talao Group, Mandu, MP
Malik Mughith’s Mosque, Caravan Sarai, Dai ka Mahal, Dai ki Chhoti Bahen ka Mahal and Unknown Tomb
Sagar Talao, the largest lake in the Citadel of Mandu is located on the southern part of Mandu. Along the eastern banks of the lake are several monuments, which are clubbed together as the Sagar Talao Group.
Darya Khan Group, Mandu, MP
Darya Khan’s Tomb Complex, Hati Mahal and Roja Ki Makbar
A ruined citadel in the heart of Incredible India
The citadel of Mandu is perched on upon a rocky outspur of the Vindhya Range, at an altitude of 634 m. It is separated from the main Malawa Plateau by a deep ravine Kakra Khoh, which runs on the eastern, northern and southern sides of the Mandu hill. To southern slopes of the Mandu hill has a 305 m incline and merges to the Nimar plain, which is fed by the mighty Narmada River.
Thus Mandu, with its natural fortification and amazing beauty have been the favorite citadel of many a ruler for over a period spanning over a thousand year.
Jal Mahotsav, Hanuwantiya, Madhya Pradesh (MP)
A Paradise for Adventure Lovers
The second version of Jal Mahotsav is scheduled for 15 Dec. 2016 – 15 Jan 2016
For booking contact: M.P STATE TOURISM DEV. CORPN.LTD.“CHITRAKOOT”, ROOM 67, 6TH FLOOR, 230-A, A.J.C.BOSE ROAD, KOLKATA 700020TEL:033-2287-5855/2283-3526
Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation (MPSTDC) in order to boost tourism in Madhya Pradesh (MP) organized the first ever water festival in the country Jal Maotsav.
The 10 day long Jal Mahotsav began on 11 Feb. 2016 and was held at Hanuwantiya (or Hanumantiya), in Khandwa district. Hanuwantiya is a small village on the banks of Indira Sagar of one the largest lakes created by damming the Narmada River.
Piparia, Madhya Pradesh (MP)
A milestone is a series off numbered markers placed along the road at intervals of one mile. the miles of the milestones in India have long been replaced by kilometers.
The concept of milestones, or distance markers, was probably introduced by Sher Shah in the 16th century. He built distance markers, which were known as Kos Minars, along the Grand Trunk Road (GT Road).
Sher Shah’s Kos Minar recorded the distance in Kos, which was roughly equal to 2 miles or 3.2 kilometers.
Later the British introduced the concept of milestone, where distances were recorded in miles. After the Britishers left Indians adopted kilometer as the distance unit, but the name milestone remained.