Madanmahal Fort



Madanmahal Fort is one of the few places to see in Jabalpur located in the midst of beautiful natural surroundings as a symbol of the historically rich place. The history of Madanmahal Fort in Jabalpur dates back to the 12th century. In 1116, it was constructed by the ruler of Gond - Rajah Madan Shah.

Nestled amidst breathtaking natural beauty, the Madanmahal Fort of Jabalpur is built atop a hill. One can enjoy the bird's eye view of the entire city from the Madanmahal Fort. The fort is simple structure but stands as one of the significant landmarks of the city. Jabalpur's Madanmahal Fort attracts thousands of tourists every year.



Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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