MANDU@V. South Fort

1.BAZ BAHADUR'S PALACE@(1508)
2.RUPAMATI'S PAVILION(15th C. to 16th C.)


1.BAZ BAHADUR'S PALACE

d @Located on a hill east of a reservoir called Riwa Kunde, this building was built because of the picturesque scenery of the surrounding nature. It was built by Sultan Nasir ad-Din in 914 AH (1508). Sultan Baz Bahadur let his beloved empress Rupmati occupy and visited this palace so often that this building came to be called by his name. (Matsuo Ara)
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2.RUPAMATI'S PAVILION

d @Rupmati, who was one of the beloved empresses of Sultan Baz Bahadur, is a famous figure in the history of Malwa. The love story of this Hindu poetess and the king became famous among Indians later on. This building is what created a romantic love story. (Matsuo Ara)

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