Standing on a steep mass of sandstone, Gwalior Fort dominates the city and is its most magnificent monument. It has been the center of momentous events in the history of India - battles, Jauhars, imprisonment.
Teli ka Mandir
The 9th century Teli Ka Mandir, towering 100 feet high, is a great architectural style. The shape of the roof is distinctively Dravidian, while the decorative embellishments have the typical Indo-Aryan characteristic of northern India.
The artistic value of this temple makes is special and tourist from native plus other states are reaching Gwalior to pray in the temple. Visitors get puzzled by the name of this temple, which actually means temple of Shashtra Bahu that is another name of Lord Vishnu.
Tansen is having a very important role in Mughal Empire and his tomb situated in the city is special with the musical kind of architecture. Tansen was awarded many times for his music, and he was recognized as the gem of Mughal Ruler Akbar.
Jai Vilas Palace
This Mahal is turned as a museum of Scandia’s. The worth seeing antique's sets placed in the museum is special. Here tourist will see the world’s biggest chandelier
Sun temple is the also special place of Gwalior. It is sited near the residency of Morar. Takes its inspiration from the famous Konark Sun Temple in Orissa.
Here tourist will also see the world’s largest idol of Lord Parshvanath seated on a lotus. The height of idol is 47 feet, and the breadth is 30 feet. The sequence of 26 statues of Jain Gurus is also special about this place. It includes exclusive sculptures of Jain Tirthankaras.