Perched atop a rocky mountain in Madhya Pradesh, this phenomenal fortress was impenetrable during attacks. The fortress has witnessed many historical events and it is proudly stated as the “pearl amongst the fortresses in India.”
Saas Bahu Temple
This temple was originally named as Sahastrabahu Temple which is another name for Lord Vishnu with many hands. By gradual mispronunciation in the course of time, it got famous as Saas Bahu Temple.
Jai Vilas Palace
If you are interested in witnessing the armors from the era of Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb to the freedom movement during the reign of Rani Laxmi Bai, then head to Jai Vilas Palace. This well-preserved palatial monument was built by Jayaji Rao Scindia who was once the Maharaja of Gwalior.
Gopachal Parvat is situated in the Gwalior fort and is a great place to witness some age-old Jain iconography. It is a group of rock-cut sculptures which are situated on the south side of the fort is a sight to behold and visiting the place among
Padavali and Bateshwar
Bateshwar is a group of temples belonging to the 8th and 10th centuries whereas Padavali is a fortress that was built in the 18th century. Embark on a short drive to witness these marvels dating to various ages.