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Gwalior photos, Sas-Bahu Temple - Architectural Marvel
The beautiful view of the Sas-Bahu temple in Gwalior.The architecture of the temple is a subject of study.
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Gwalior photos, Sas-Bahu Temple - A Front View
A front view of the Sahastrabahu temple or Sas bahu temple in Gwalior.The two temples adorn the idols of Vishnu and Shiva.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - view
A frontal view of the historical Gwalior fort situated in the Gwalior Hills where the river Swarnarekha flows by.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - The Beautiful Fort
The huge structure of Man Singh Palace which is one of the beautiful structures in the Gwalior Fort...
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - A picturesque view
A picturesque view of the Gwalior Fort from the top.This famous hill fort was ruled by various Rajput kings.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - view
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - Gwalior Fort
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - Fort view
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Gwalior photos, Teli ka Mandir - Oil-Man's Temple
A view of the famous Teli ka Mandir or "oil-man's temple" built in the eleventh century.It is an significant temple for Hindus in Gwalior.
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Gwalior photos, Sas-Bahu Temple - A side view
A side view of one of the temples of Sas-Bahu Temple which was built by King Mahipala.
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Gwalior photos, Sas-Bahu Temple - The Holy Shrine
A view from the backside of the marvellous Sas-Bahu Temple.It was built in the ninth century and is a holy shrine for people till today.
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Gwalior photos, Sas-Bahu Temple - The Ancient Temple
This is the ancient Sas-Bahu Temple, a brilliant piece of architecture exhibiting fine carvings and sculptures all over the temple.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - wall1
The entrance of the majestic Gwalior Fort, the pride of the city of Gwalior.
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Gwalior photos, Tomb of Ghaus Mohammad - The Mausoleum
A view of the Tomb of Mohammad Ghaus who was a Muslim saint.This mausoleum was built in the sixteenth century.
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Gwalior photos, Jai Vilas Mahal - The Royal Palace
The Jai Vilas Mahal was bulit by the Maharaja of Gwalior and till date it serves as the residence of the royal Scindia family.
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Gwalior photos, Man Mandir Palace - The historical palace
Visitors at the famous historical Man Mandir Palace in Gwalior.The palace is situated near Jauhar Road.
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Gwalior photos, Tigra Dam - The Reservoir
A picture of the Tigra dam in Gwalior.it is a fresh water reservoir and is instrumental in supplying a huge amount of water to the city.
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Gwalior photos, Sun Temple - A distant view
The sun temple of Gwalior is dedicated to the Sun god and is one of the important pilgrimages of central India.It was constructed by the Birlas and is a replica of the Konark Sun temple.
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Gwalior photos, Jai Vilas Mahal -The beautiful garden
A view of the beautiful lawns at the Jai Vilas Mahal or Scindia Palace in Gwalior.It was built in the nineteenth century.
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Gwalior photos, Jai Vilas Mahal - The Durbar
An inside view of the Durbar or assembly a the Scindia Palace.
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Gwalior photos, Man Mandir Palace - Public Audience Room
A view of the public audience room of the famous Man Mandir Palace of Raja Mansingh Tomar.The marvelous architecture of the palace attracts many tourists.
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Gwalior photos, Man Mandir Palace - An Inside view
An inside view of the carvings on the walls of the Man Mandir Palace in Gwalior.The decorated walls and the rooms reflect the grandeur of the palace at that time.
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Gwalior photos, Man Mandir Palace - The beautiful carvings
A view of a beautiful room inside the Man Mandir Palace.The exterior of the palace is in a ruined state but the interiors still testify the glory of the past
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Gwalior photos, Man Mandir Palace - The Towers of the Palace.
A view of the carved towers of Man Mandir Palace in Gwalior.This palace was built by Raja Mansingh Tomar,
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Gwalior photos, Gujari Mahal - Symbol of love
An aerial view of the fifteenth century old Gujari Mahal.It is a symbol of love built by Raja mansing Tomar for his beloved wife.
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Gwalior photos, Teli ka Mandir - A front view
A front view of the beautifully carved Teli ka Mandir in Gwalior.The architecture of the temple reflects the 8th century style.
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Gwalior photos, Hathi Pool -The Entrance
The Hathi Pool gate is the main entrance of the Gwalior Fort.There was a huge stone statue of an elephant after which the gate was named.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - The Sculptures
A view of the beautifully carved sculptures on the rocks of the Gwalior Fort.It is an architectural marvel.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - A distant view
A view of the Gwalior Fort situated in the centre of the historic city of Gwalior which was built during the reign of Tomars.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - The Carvings
The details of the carvings and decoration done on the walls if the Gwalior Fort can be viewed in this picture.Thje Fort is made up of sandstone and lime mortar.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - The giant statue
The giant statue of the Jain Trithankara Adinath sculpted on the rock walls of the Gwalior fort.The sculpture is decorated with beautiful carvings.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - The entrance
The entrance of the majestic Gwalior Fort, the pride of the city of Gwalior.
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - Sculptures
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - fort
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - detail
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - adinath
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Gwalior photos, Gwalior Fort - walls
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