The monsoon months are the ideal time to explore Budhi Mandu and the rock-cut caves of Bagh Puneet K. Paliwal Looking out from the western edge... ...http://www.outlooktraveller.com/article/the-ancient-and-medieval-charms-of-the-malwa-plateau-1007928
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Pattadakal happens to be well-liked...