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“Just A point to Add”
Review of Echo Point

Reviewed 20 August 2017

Echo point is a very simple point on the way to Rani Roopmat's and Bazbahadur's palace. Here if any sound is made at high frequency, it gets echoed. Normal sound does not have any effect. It is just a point to be added to the visiting places, especially for taxi drivers who add number of such insignificant points to impress the visitor and charge more.

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Reviewed 16 August 2017

Just watch others shouting. There are locals who love this place because they shout almost everywhere and anywhere inside any of the monuments.

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Reviewed 11 July 2017

Echo Point is the point where the voice is echoed back. It is located opposite Sagar Talav, near MPSTC Resort while enroute from Rewa Kund to Jami Masjid. There is nothing special about this place. Passing tourist usually stop, seeing other people assembled at the location making it appear as a very popular tourist place. What is more interesting here is the sight of the ruins visible from the Echo points and also the sight of the Sagar Talav further down towards Rewa Kund. The place is usually cool because of lot of greenery around.

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Reviewed 10 June 2017

Echo point is near to rani roopmati pavillion. You shout and echo comes back. Nothing fancy about it. You can stop for 5 mins for the experience.

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Reviewed 25 May 2017

This is just a spot on the way to Roopmati Mahal. Usually there is a elderly local man who will demonstrate to you how the voiced gets echoed across the area from this point. Supposedly was used as a means of communication during the Mughal period.

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