Yacht Club is made in 19th century by Nawab Sultan Jaha Begam. In 19th century many nawabs was enjoying the hospitality of Yacht Club. 

The Yacht Club is located in water about 100 feet away from the edge of municipal Pump House near Van Vihar Road. Now the pillar of Yacht Club is only visible in the Badha Talab. Half immersed pillar in the talab awake the curiosity of tourists. Five decades ago from today, the place was buzzing with Tourists. The nawab’s special guests came here to enjoy the boating of Yacht club. But there is no charm now as before.


The Ropeway is located in the Capital city of one of Madhya Pradesh central State. From thr top of the hill, a panoramic view of the city can be enjoyed. Built in the year 2001, it is being increasingly popular.

The Rope-way glides over a pond, through the forest area to the hill top giving a panoramic view of the surroundings.


Hoshang Shahs Tomb built in the 15th century (c 1440), this was the first tomb built entirely out of marble. The province of Malwa, in modern Madhya Pradesh, had as its capital the ancient Hindu city of Dhar, about 24 miles north of Mandu, till it was conquered by the Delhi Sultanate – by Ala-ud-din Khilji in 1305 A.D. - and a governor installed in place.

The tomb of Hoshang Shah was the inspiration for the Taj Mahal. Shah Jahan was so impressed with it, that he sent 4 of his architects to study the tomb. They left an inscription near the doorway, paying homage to the architects of the tomb.

This tomb considered as the first marble construction of Afghan culture in the Indian subcontinent region in earlier period. As with all conquests, among the first state buildings to come up were mosques, built with pillars taken from Hindu temples, very similar to the Qu’wwat-ul-Islam mosque at the Qutb, Delhi. Hoshang Shah, second King of Malwa, ruled for 27 years. His tomb is in Mandu, Madhya Pradesh. He had a fine eye for architecture. There are beautiful specimens of Muslim architecture in Mandu.

Location- Mandu, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Entrance Fee- Citizens of India Rs. 5/- per head
US $ 2 or Indian Rs. 100/- per head
(Free entry to children up to 15 years)