7 Wonders of India: Mandu

Located 40 km from Dhar and 98 km from Indore, Mandu is situated at an altitude of 634 m. It extends for 13 km (8 miles) along the crest of the Vindhya Range. Mandu gained eminence only near the end of the 10th century when the Paramaras formed an independent kingdom here. Mandu is also famous for its special kind of tamarind known as Mandu ki Imli. The fruit looks like a papaya; it is a fruit of boabab tree.
Mandu is the city of love and delight. After all, one of its most famous legends is the love story of Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati. It was built by Afghans.