Gwalior Famous For
Firstly, Gwalior Fort is the pearl of a fortress as called by Babur. The Turquoise patchwork on the walls of the fort making it distinctive even from a faraway distance.
Secondly, the famous Sas Bahu temple is a renowned 11th-century temple. It is beautifully carved and decorated with the idols of God and Goddesses.
Thirdly, the grand Jai Vilas Palace built by the Jayajirao Scindia is one of its kind. With over 35 rooms dedicated to the museum, this Palace beautifully reflects upon the royal lifestyle. It resides the largest chandeliers which enhances the beautification.
Fourthly, when one is in Gwalior then how can one resist shopping? The famous Ptankar and Sarafa Bazar is the best place for all the shopaholic people. It is known for its textiles, handicrafts and art paintings.
Fifthly, Gujri Mahal is another mesmerizing place to visit. It is now a museum reflecting the artifacts and sculptures. It showcases the Indian Monalisa in stone.
Sixthly, Tansen Mausoleum is another place to offer respect.
Seventhly, Teli ka Mandir is another marvellous place to look at the beautiful carvings. It is a 30 m high temple with an eye catching view.
Last but not least is the sun temple, this mesmerizing place has the best statues and red sandstone decorated exteriors.