Roopmati Pavilion is situated on the grandiose hill towards the south, after Baz Bahadur’s Palace at Mandu, Madhya Pradesh. Primarily made as an armed force observation post, later, the structure became the figure of eternal love between Rani Roopmati and Baz Bahadur. It is seen as a holy spot and it demonstrates the veracity of the romantic tale between Baz Bahadur and Queen Roopmati. Roopmati’s Pavilion was constructed during the 16th century. This picturesque structure perched on a hilltop was designed as Roopmati’s retreat. The structure is designed it a way that it captured the picturesque surroundings and the River Narmada flowing from its interiors. The structure has undergone modifications from the 15th to 17th century. It comprises of a grand hallway with two rooms at the ends. The walls have a sharp slant towards the base with large arches. The basement corridors of the Rani Roopmati's Pavillion include various arched openings. The ledge in the west has a vast reservoir called Rewa Kund, wherein rainwater was gathered. Additionally, the outstanding view of Narmada River streaming 305 meters underneath is an incredible sight.
Rani Roopmati Pavalion, Mandu, Mandav, Dhar, Madhya Pradesh 454010
Monsoon : Maximum: 30 °C, Minimum: 22 °C.
Summer : Maximum: 40 °C, Minimum: 16 °C.
Winter : Maximum: 28 °C, Minimum: 10 °C.
Recommended Season to Visit : Throughout the year
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