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Currently a Siva temple

Though its called a Palace its more a temple of Siva now. The Structure could have been used as a... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2017
traveller_prk
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Bengaluru, India
Nilkanth palace

It is few kms away from Mandu town and near to Ancient Nilkanth temple. Ancient and historical... read more

Reviewed 26 January 2017
maulik_shah9978
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Vadodara, India
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24 May 2017
“Currently a Siva temple”
26 Jan 2017
“Nilkanth palace”
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Near Nilakantha Temple, Mandu, India
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Reviewed 25 May 2017

Though its called a Palace its more a temple of Siva now. The Structure could have been used as a palace in the olden days. Not much to see around but the climb up to here and the surroundings once here is pretty serene and...More

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Reviewed 26 January 2017

It is few kms away from Mandu town and near to Ancient Nilkanth temple. Ancient and historical palace.

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Reviewed 7 October 2016

The palace is near/ next to the nilkanth Shrine. You will come across severeal arabic inscriptions here as the old temple here was converted into a mahal. You can still visit the temple section as pujas are still performed here. A good place to visit...More

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Reviewed 30 September 2016

This palace had been originally a Hindu temple and was converted into a palace during the Mughal era. A temple devoted to Lord Shiva is operational still. Do note that a little stair climbing is involved here and the views of the surrounding area are...More

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Reviewed 17 April 2015

This palace was built by Akbar, on the site of a shrine of Shiva, for his Hindu wife. It speaks greatly of the architecture of the Moghul era. Near to the neelkanth shrine, a quick visit is a must.

Thank monica j
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Reviewed 22 March 2015

The temple is situated at a place which offers scenic view. The place has been dedicated to Lord Shiva. The shivling is placed at arond 5-7 stairs dow and natural water reservior whereby Lord shiva's shivling has been established.

Thank kanc28
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Reviewed 28 February 2015

Nilakantha is another name of Lord Shiva. It is named as an old Shiva shrine existed here. Maintained well by MP government with red stone. Views from the top of the hill gives best views of the place.

Thank sdeshmukh
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