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It is believed that sacred Narmada river has its origins here. Hence many pilgrims begin the Narmada parikrama from this spot. The old stone lined reservoir is noted for its curative powers. At the northern end of the Rewa kund is the aqueduct which supplied...More
It is a man made lake surrounded by the Palace of Baaz Bahadur and Rani Rupmati. The water from the lake was channelised to reach the swimming pool in the palace and to keep the palace cold during summer.
Rewa Kund is a big pond just in front of Bazbahadur's palace. It was built by Bazbahadur for his beloved Rani Roopmati. She used to take a bath here. Water in the reservoir came from River Narmada who was keenly loved and worshipped by Rani...More
It is tank located, where the slope leading to Rani Roopmati Pavilion and Baz Bahadur's Palace commences. There is a ruined medieval structure next to the tank and the water in the tank was relatively clean. The tank must have provided water various needs of...More
Supposedly built for the purpose of supplying water to the Roopmati Pavillion. Also said to be used by the towns people too. As of now its just a pond and a quick stop on the way to the Pavillion is worth it.
It's a type of pond made at that time to fulfill water requirements of the fort. Small Narmada it was. Nicely maintained now but lot more required to clean it. U can have some pics clicked here and move.
The rewa kund is the starting point for the rewa kund group of structures in Mandu. There is nothing to see as such at the rewa kund, however it has religious connotation and it is one of the spots covered by pilgrims during Narmada Parikrama....More