Janapav Kuti - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Janapav Kuti
This mountain is the second highest vantage point in the Malwa Region and easily counts as amongst its most scenic as well situated at a height of 881 m. It is the ideal getaway for lovers of nature and trekkers alike. It has a wide variety of flora and fauna along with the scenic views.
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11.92km from Janapav Kuti
This is a huge dam located in the heart of Indore constructed around the backwaters of River Narmada. A large number of lush green trees and small hills surround the place making it even more attractive. There is boating and so many other activites around the dam.
15.13km from Janapav Kuti
Jam Gate is a historical monument located in Madhya Pradesh, India. Situated on the Khargone - Indore state highway, it majestically stands out in a mountainous backdrop giving a view of the deep valleys below. It was the gateway of the historic plateaus of Malwa and the plains of Nimar.
Patalpani Water Falls
15.3km from Janapav Kuti
The Patalpani Waterfall is located in Mhow Tehsil of Indore district which is approximately 300 feet high. The water flow is highest immediately after the rainy season. It goes almost dry in the summer season, and the stream is reduced to a trickle.
29.69km from Janapav Kuti
Hindola-Mahal literally means a "Swinging palace". it is marked distinctly from other palaces at Mandu by the extreme simplicity of its style of construction although having a definite aesthetic appeal. constructed during the reign of Hushang Shah about 1425 C.E.
29.77km from Janapav Kuti
Mandu (City of Joy) is a small city in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India, now best known for a fort built by Baaz Bahadur in the memory of his queen Rani Roopmati. Between 1401 and 1561 it was the capital of a Muslim state in the north of India. The capital was abandoned more than 400 years ago, and it's now a small city but also home to a large ruins site more than 10 km long and 15 km wide. The temple dedicated to Shiva also attracts many pilgrims.
Hoshang Shah’s Tomb
29.78km from Janapav Kuti
Hoshang Shah's Tomb is regarded as India's first marble tomb in honor of Hoshang Shah who holds a significant position in the history of India. It is noted that the tomb was constructed in the 15th century. The tomb was so beautiful that it impressed Shah Jehan and so he sent four of his architects before construction of the Taj Mahal.