Temples and palaces make Gwalior fort a beautiful and calm place, contrasting with the confusion and little assistance of the more densely populated areas.
Capital of an independent state until the British occupation, this is the place of an ancient city with over 2500 years of history.
The heart of the city was the hilltop fort, which the British evacuated in 1886, with the city sprawling across the adjacent plain.
In 1948 it became part of independent India, and the fort was preserved as a national monument.
Highlights in Gwalior:
The fortress, with six palaces, six temples, a mosque and several other buildings and water reservoirs, is a complex worth visiting.
At the entrances, Jain statues can be seen carved into the rock of the hillside.
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