Tour to Gwalior in India

Tour to Gwalior in India

 Tour to Gwalior  in India

 Gwalior is situated in central  India in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Tour to Gwalior  in India It is not very far from Agra where the Taj Mahal is Situated. This is  major historic town in the records of Indian history. The city of Gwalior was governed by the mighty Scindia rulers which were known for their valour, commitment and statesmanship. In fact the city of Gwalior enjoys a unique geographical location where it connects itself to the northern india and on the other side with the southern – west India. Geographically very rich with natural resources and minerals, the city is known for it’s majestic fort. Gwalior is famous for the works of art. Gwalior attracts millions of tourists from all over the world. The most famous tourist location is the Gwalior fort. The fort is also known as the Gibraltar of India and overlooks  the city. It was  here that Tatya Tope and Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi  fought for their freedom, it has been the centre of many historic events connected with the Indian freedom struggle.  It is a very well maintained fort and the sandstone work on the walls is remarkable. The Jai Vilas Palace Museum  is home to one of the most divine attractions of the Indian culture. The Saab Bahu temple not only attracts the devotees but also art lovers from all over the world. The temple also comprises a stone carved three-storied building, which is designed without arches. Adding to the beauty of temple, the carved pillars along with a stairwell provide support to the huge structure. Gopachal Parvat is a series of rock cut carvings of Jain Tirthankaras that one can see whilst climbing up the road to Gwalior Fort. Tour to Gwalior in India is a perfect  place where history, art, culture, cuisine, music  integrated and leave a mesmerising effect on you.


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