Mandu is a ruined city located in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh and is home to a large fort that is a popular sightseeing destination for local as well as international travelers. To get to Mandu takes a few hours only from the capital city of Bhopal if one makes use of the rental car services that are available at both the airport as well as at the train station.
The Mandu Fort was built several hundred years ago and the catacombs of the fort are now open for the viewing of the public. A small entry fee needs to be paid at the outset after which one can go ahead and explore the interiors of the fort at one’s own will. The Mandu Fort is a grand place to visit in the season of winter as the weather at this point in time is really good for the purpose of sightseeing.
The Mandu Fort is situated right in the heart of the city and one can make use of the public buses and trams in order to arrive over here in a smooth and hassle free manner. The Mandu Fort is a fine specimen of Indian glory in the field of art and architecture. The UNESCO has taken an active role in promoting the importance of this fort and it can be viewed by the public at any given time from ten in the morning to four in the afternoon after which it is closed for public viewing. The Mandu Fort can take as much as three to four hours in order for it to be explore in its entirety. It would be a good idea to carry a camera with oneself when entering the fort so as to capture the beautiful images on the walls inside.