Mandu, the fortified city is located in the Malwa region of Western Madhya Pradesh. It is a ruined city and a celebrated tourist spot. The history of Mandu starts from the golden age of the 14th century and goes till the surrender to the Mughal forces. Mandu attracted the eyes of the conqueror and foreigners.
The pastel coloured monuments in the city enrich its charm and the history of the city is reflected in the monuments and forts. The city resonated with the love story of poet Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati, apart from the rich past of the foreign rule. Architectural structures in the city depicts their loge story.
Among the famous tourist attractions in the area is the Roopmati's Pavilion, which is said to be the place where the queen lived. Under the Pavillion is the Baz Bahadur Palace, famous for its large courtyards. Other attractions include Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal, Rewa Kund etc.