Hoshang Shah tomb, the first marble tomb made in loving memory of Hoshang Shah, the first Islamic king of the Malwa region of Central India. This tomb is reputed as the oldest marble mausoleum and it corned with the tiny crescent which is believed to be imported from Persia or Mesopotamia. This marble edifice is an architectural phenomenon and lures a large number of tourists from all over the country. He was also known as Alp Khan before he took the title Hoshang Shah Gori after being crowned the ruler of Malwa. His father, Dilawar Khan Gori had belonged to the court of Firoz Shah Tughlaq, the Sultan of Delhi. The tomb is located in Mandu, an important tourist destination as the place is ideal for exploring the history and the true culture of India.
Hoshang Shah Tomb Timings and Entry Fees:
Hoshang Shah Tomb Timings: 8:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
Hoshang Shah Tomb Entry Fees: INR 5 for Indian and SAARC National, INR 100 for foreigner tourists
Ideal Visiting Time: 1 to 2 Hours