The remnants of the past speak volumes about the glorious era that was once witnessed. Mandu or Mandavgarh in Madhya Pradesh is a deserted town that was once home to the Mughals. With a gleam of Afghani architecture in form of lavish palaces and beautiful lakes, stood tall back in time and now exhibit crumbling walls of the same. Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Mandu sits over a plateau and is enclosed by walls and has twelve gateways. Due to its geographical location the place demonstrates an exceptional natural defence and hence was a military outpost in the older times. Dotted with palaces, mosques, tombs and gardens Mandu is a fine example of the rich heritage of India. Enlisted here are five astounding places that cannot be missed while in Mandu.