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Mitawali and Padavali

Near by Mitawali or Padavali hotel manhar

Bateshwar Temples are a group of about 200 temples spread over twenty five acres and built across sloping hills near the village of Padavali. The temples dedicated to Shiv and Vishnu were built in 8th to 10th century AD possibly during the dynasty of Kannauj based Gurjar-Pratihars (6th to 11th century AD). The Pratihars considered themselves Suryavanshis who were descendents of Lakshman.

Gohad Fort

Near by Gohad Fort hotel manhar

It when we talk about the glorious past of the Bhind one thing thay come in our mind is the charming ford of gohad. This fort was built by Jat Kings Maha Singh in 16th century. The fort is not in well condition but a Mahal is still housing several Government offices. The fine carvings of Mahal is still worth viewing. The �Kachhari Mahal� is a unique example of the Iranian Art. This fort is visited by a large no. of visitors every year. The small food corner situated near the fort presents the delicious food style of the Bhind.

Basaiya Temple

Near by Basaiya Temple hotel manhar

There is a temple of Kali Mata at village Basaiya in Morena district which is famous as Basaiya Mata Temple. It was established in the year 1903 by Mahant Rajpuri who, upon his death, was succeeded by his Chela Kundanpuri. On the death of Kundanpuri in 1919, his Chela Tejpuri succeeded him as the Mahant, Since there were disputes between him and the Pujaris of the temple, he made on 1st July 1930 an application requesting that, as in the case of the Nagardevla Temple, the administration of the Basaiya Mata Temple be taken over by the Gwalior Government.

karan Mahal

Near by KaranMahal  Temple hotel manhar

The Karn mahal is another significant monument at Gwalior Fort. The Karn mahal was built by the second king of the Tomar dynasty, Kirti Singh. He was also known as Karn Singh, hence the name of the palace.

kakanmath

Near by Kakanmath hotel manhar

The Siva temple known as Kakanmath at Suhaniya (ancient simhapaniya) in District Morena, recorded to have been built by Kachchhapaghata ruler Kirttiraja (A.D. 1015-1035), is a magnificent edifice even in its ruins and is remarkable for its sculptural wealth. Standing on a lofty ornate pitha and originally surrounded by subsidiary shrines, the temple comprises on plan a sanctum enclosed by an ambulatory with three transepts, antarala, hypostyle gudhamandapa with lateral transepts, and a mukhamandapa approached from the east by stairs. The antarala has a single transverse row of four pillars while the gudhamandapa has four clusters, each of four pillars, arranged in four rows in alignment with those of the antarala.

Kuntalpur

Kuntalpur known as Kutwar is the biggest ancient village of the Chambal valley. It is just like Hastinapur, Rajgraha and Chadi of the Mahabharat period. The ancient Amba or 'Harrisiddhi Devi' temple and a crescent shaped Dam erected on the river Asan are the beautiful visiting spots of Kutwar.

Dandraua Dham

Dandraua Dham Mandir is situated in Village Dandraua of Mehgaon tehsil and located in Bhind district of Madhya pradesh.This is a famous temple of Hindu God Hanuman ji, believed to possess curing powers. This temple attracts many devotees every Tuesday and Saturday

Shani Dev Tample

The Hindus hold Shani (Saturn), in great awe and respect. In fact, Saturn is the only deity whose benign glance is believed to bestow prosperity, while a fierce look can cause unparalleled misfortune on the object of its attention. Small wonder then,that devotees flock to appease him every Saturday.The Shanichara Temple made of stone at Aeti is rather special, though it doesn�t appear so from the outside. Ithouses the original black idol of Shani brought from Lanka

Sun Tample

Surya Mandir, Gwalior is one of the important destinations in the historical city of Gwalior.Well revered among the Holy Places in Gwalior, Surya Mandir in Gwalior in India is thronged by numerous pilgrims and regular tourists every year. Indianholiday offers online travel guide on Surya Mandir, Gwalior. Having some of the best tourist spots like the Gwalior Fort, Man Mandir Palace, Sas Bahu Ka Mandir and Teli Ka Mandir, the city has a charm of its own.

Sun City

The Sun City, a brainchild of well known Sagu Dreamland Pvt. Ltd. SPLASH is a state of the art amusement water park and first of its kind in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. SPLASH is nestled in natural beauty with a backdrop of cooling shelter of trees. An idyllic hideaway, SPLASH offers matchless excitement and promises a whole lot of fun time with water slides, stimulated Rain Dances and Wave Pool!! SPLASH brings you a variety of ultramodern water slides and rides that enthrill you and dips you in ecstatic Splash experience.

Jai Vilas Mahal

Jai Vilas Palace was constructed by Maharaja Jayaji Rao Scindia in 1874 at a cost of Rs. 1 crore. It is a fine example of European architecture, designed and built by Sir Michael Filose. A combination of architectural styles, the first storey is Tuscan, the second Italian-Doric and the third Corinthian. The area of the Jai Vilas palace is 12,40,771 square feet and it is particularly famous for its large Durbar Hall. The interior of the Durbar Hall is decorated with gilt and gold furnishings and adorned with a huge carpet and gigantic chandeliers.

Gwalior Fort

Among the Gwalior Fort�s most prominent palaces is the amazingly ornate Man Singh Palace, built by Man Singh towards the end of the 15th century. This is an impressive structure that clings to the very edge of the fort, its fa�ade embellished with blue ceramic tiles.The palace of Raja Man Singh forms the backdrop for an excellent �son-et-lumiere� (sound and light) show held here every evening.