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Teli ka Mandir, Gwalior


Teli Ka Mandir is placed within the Gwalior Fort. It is called as oil man’s temple. It is a massive structure which is of 100 feet. Its roof has a Dravidian architectural style while the cravings or sculptures are of North Indian style. It has a mix of Hindu and Buddhist architectural styles. It is supposed to be the oldest monument within the Gwalior fort premises.

Gwalior photos, Teli ka Mandir - Oil-Man's Temple
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It is supposedly built in 11th century or 8th century. Teli ka Mandir was supposed to be Vishnu temple which, later became a temple consigned to Lord Shiva. The temple has sculptures of goddesses, serpents, loving couples and Garuda inside it.


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