Indore: In the legacy of the glorious history of the Parmar dynasty in Madhya Pradesh, the resolve of Queen Roopmati will be repeated once again. It is said that Queen Roopmati did not take food and water from her fort located here until she could see the Narmada River. The Forest Department of the state government has now decided to install a high-tech telescope here for Narmada Darshan from the Roopmati palace so that the tourists coming from the country and the world can visit the fort of Queen Roopmati. To take the benefit of the darshan of Mother Narmada.
Actually, Mandav, which has been the heritage of Parmar, Sultan and Pawar princely period for almost 2000 years, is now recognized as the City of Joy. The resolution of Queen Rupmati, the companion of Baz Bahadur's love affair, present here, is also very popular, In which it is said that Queen Roopmati did not take food and water till she could see the mother Narmada, who was clearly visible from here in the morning after taking a bath.
This was the reason that here Queen Roopmati had built a palace for Narmada Darshan, which is still a legacy of her resolve. Recently, fresh preparations have been made by the state government and the Department of Archeology to maintain here. Along with this, now the Forest Department has decided to install such a hi-tech telescope here, through which one can see Mother Narmada from Queen Roopmati Palace. Forest Minister Vijay Shah has information in this regard today.