Innovation in architecture is with no doubt extremely important, but preserving and restoring the old buildings is also important because those old monuments are the reflection of our history, they help us to understand and respect people who lived in different eras with different habits,arts and traditions. Here we bring all the heritage sites of Gwalior to show the culture and art of different dynasty and different architecture styles of Kings of different era's. It also covers the beautiful palaces of Gwalior and Tombs of Tansen the great musician of mughal empire.
"Life is a journey" enjoy the journey with us in the palace of ancient time to the beautiful palace of the Scindia, which consists of the world’s largest pair of chandeliers, malabar furniture, oil paintings, silver train, and much more that surpasses your imagination. The holy places like Gurudwara to give you a peace in your mind and Sun temple to describe the color of lights, a building used for religious or spiritual activities, such as prayer and sacrifice, dedicated to the sun or a solar deity.
Gwalior Fort, situated on top of a hill, finds its place among the best fortresses of India. It is also considered to be one of the most impenetrable forts in the country. Known for its great architecture and rich past, Gwalior Fort is a must-visit attraction when visiting Central India.It is said that the Mughal Emperor Babur (1483–1531) described it as, "The pearl in the necklace of the forts of Hind". The fort, also given the epithet "Gibraltar of India', provides a panoramic view of the old Gwalior town, which is to its east.History comes alive as you take a walk inside the majestic Gwalior Fort. Known to be one of the most impenetrable fortresses of India, it was called 'the pearl in the necklace of the forts of India' by the Mughal Emperor, Babur.fort is the top attraction in Gwalior city
Take in the highlights of the beautiful old city of Gwalior with this guided tour. You'll start with the most popular attraction in town, Gwalior Fort, with its two-mile-long, 35-feet-high walls and gorgeous interior medieval palaces. You'll also get to see the mausoleums of Gaus Mohammad and Tansen and the old Data Bandhi Chhod Gurudwara (Sikh Temple) before returning to your hotel.
Get more out of your time in Agra by going on a day trip to the majestic city of Gwalior. Take the stress out of organizing transport by having a pickup and drop-off included. You’ll travel with ease between dispersed sites including Gwalior Fort, and Jai Vilas Palace. You won’t have to worry about finding a place to eat as a delicious buffet lunch is included.
Gwalior city is famous for its forts and monuments, built by the kings of long-gone eraTourists can find the tomb of Mohammad Ghaus, who was an Islamic saint during 16th centuryIn last few years, Gwalior has been developed into an educational centre where you may get prominent government and private universities/institutions , Raja ManSingh Tomar Music University, Scindia School, and J.C.Mill's School, Birlanagar.The city has the Railway Hockey Stadium with artificial swardThe city holds a unique repute in Sangeet(Music) and has maintained Indian traditions and the wealth of music integral over the years.
Explore full day Gwalior covering Gwalior Fort (Mansingh Palace, Sas- Bahu temple, Teli-Ka-Mandir Jain sculptures),Karan & Jahagir Mahal and Jai Vilas Palace Museum , Muhammad Ghausa & Tansen Tombs, Gujari Mahal & Sun Temple
The tourists who stay in Delhi and have a penchant to see some history buffs can plan for Gwalior tour by train with us. We would arrange this tour with your pick up from Delhi hotel, train tickets and tour guide for Gwalior.
If you have a penchant for exploring something very unique and age old legacy of hundreds of old temples at one place, we are ready to provide you the option to visit such sites. Nearly 100 kms far from Agra in Madhya Pradesh in Morena district lie these temples and dates back to 6 century to 10th century A.D. These temples specially at Bateshwar and Garhi Padavali are awe inspiring. Another one built on a hill called Mitavali temple is said to inspire the design and lay out for the Indian Parliament. This temple is called 64 yogini temple. All other temples except the Mitavali are on the plains but in 64 Yogini temple you have to climb upstairs. You are suggested to carry packed lunch and cookies with you as in the remote hinterlands you do not find a proper restaurant. This will be a full day excursion from your Agra hotel and after the tour we drop you back to your hotel.