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Perfectly formed from local sandstone this erstwhile hunting lodge is a hidden treasure. We visited in early November and had the site entirely to ourselves. Beautifully preserved and kept, a credit to India.
Koshak Mahal is one of those marvelous gems hidden in India.
Chanderi itself is a must visit place.
This us reminiscent of Hindola Mahal in Mandu and as its built by the same Malwa dynasty that isn't a coincidence.
It's soaring arches are delightful
A mahal like architecture, almost 1.2 km away from new archaeological museum of Chanderi. This is one of best built or atleast well preserved monument in Chanderi. Symmetricity of this place will just leave you astonished. A word of caution, don’t visit this place over...More
This architectural marvel was built in symmetrical afghan style.
It is situated approximately 4 kms from the Chanderi city. Lying on the Isagarh road, this is easily accessible using public transportation.
BUT, the roads are not pretty good, they are bumpy and muddy during the...More
Though nearly destroyed the three remaining stories of the original seven are well preserved. It sits on beautiful grounds and it's easy to imagine the grandeur of the original building. Stonework is impressive and access is available to the whole structure but be careful. As...More
as they say it was built in seven stories but now only 4 are left. You can visit each story you would find that roof of every story was made in different style..surroundings of the mahal are well maintained.It is worth visiting...
The Koshak Mahal was built in 1445 CE as a victory monument. The building was initially planned as a seven-storey structure. Now only three-and-a-half storeys remain. It is not known if the entire building was ever completed
This structure is a very well maintained monument by the ASI. It was initially planned as a seven storeyed structure. But now only three and half storeys remain. It was built by the Sultan of Malwa, Mahmood Shah Khilji.