Mandu is otherwise called Mandavgad. This post town is situated in the western locale of Madhya Pradesh province of India. The ideal time to visit Mandu is from October to March. Winter is the best period of all. During monsoon, Mandu gets normal precipitation, and summers are too hot.
Summers of Mandu is very sweltering and depleting. The temperature ranges from 32°C to 44°C in the long periods of March to June. A visit to Mandu is, for the most part, abstained from during these months. This isn't a good time to plan the trip to Mandu but if you are still planning your tour then it is advisable to carry cotton clothes, sunglasses, sunscreen, and water bottles.
October denotes the beginning of winters; the climate stays cold and lovely till March. The temperature doesn't fall underneath 10 degrees and doesn't transcend 25 degrees, which makes visiting a few historical centers and royal residences in the city a charming encounter. You can meander about the town serenely during the day. Besides, you can enjoy the favorable Mandu celebration which is sorted out by the travel industry division in the city during October. This celebration shows a remarkable mix of Hindu and inborn culture, which merits viewing. The celebration goes on for ten days, and numerous exhibitions dependent on Hindu folklore are displayed for the voyagers. You can view the different ancestral craftsmanship and artwork. To summarize, winter is the best time to visit Mandu.
You can design a great off-season excursion to Mandu from July to September as the hotel costs dropdown. The group is negligible, and the precipitation in Mandu is normal. Since Mandu is arranged on the Malwa level, it encounters a tropical atmosphere. During the windy season, the environment looks greener and new. In any case, because of its tropical atmosphere, the mugginess rises. Be that as it may, nature sweethearts and picture takers can visit Mandu during a rainstorm to catch it at its best.