In the first Independence movement Virangana Laxmi Bai who shaked the British Empire, her Samadhi is in the campus of Phool Bagh. eight metalled / tall statue of Rani Laxmi Bai is situated here which is a source of inspiration to our youth.
The city’s most famous Muslim building is the sixteenth-century Tomb of Ghaus Mohammed, an Afghan prince who helped Babur take Gwalior Fort. The second and smaller of the tombs in the gardens is that of the famous Mughal singer-musician Tansen, one of the “Nine Jewels” of Emperor Akbar’s court.
Vivasman Mandir popularly known as sun temple in between locals ,Its a temple built by Birla group is dedicated to the Sun god, the Sun Temple is located near residency at Morar, Gwalior. It is a facsimile of the Sun temple of Konark, Odisha
As per history ,after war with Raven won by Rama and Shani was freed from the captivity of Ravan ,he was so weak to walk.As Hanumanji was friend of Shank so to help him Hanumanji threw him with his power and this he landed on this rocky mountain known as Shanichara.
Gurdwara Data Bandi Chorh Sahib, situated in Gwalior, is associated with the imprisonment of Guru Har Gobind Sahib in Gwalior Fort and his celebrated release in which he managed to win the freedom of 52 Rajas (Kings) who had long suffered imprisonment in the Fort. The word "Bandi" means "imprisoned", "Chhor" means "release". For further reading see Bandi Chhorh Divas.
The Telika Mandir is generally dated to between 8th and 9th century based on paleography, art-style, architectural design and small inscriptions found within the temple premises. According to Michael Meister, an art historian and a professor specializing in Indian temple architecture, the temple was built by 750 CE, per the most recently discovered inscriptions in Gwalior.
Sahasrabahu Temple, also called the Sas-Bahu Mandir, Sas-Bahu Temples or Harisadanam temple, is an 11th-century twin temple in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India.Near the Gwalior Fort and dedicated to Vishnu in his Padmanabha form.
Kakanmaṭh is a ruined 11th century Shiva temple located at Sihoniya in Madhya Pradesh, India. It was built by the Kachchhapaghata ruler Kirttiraja. Only a part of the original temple complex now survives. Some of the sculptures from the site are now located at Gwalior.
Approximately 40 Kms from the city of Gwalior after Bateshwar and before Mitawali is the fortress of Padawali in Morena district. It houses one of the most amazing temples of India. The entrance is guarded by a pair of lion and lioness.
According to an inscription dated to 1323 CE (Vikram Samvat 1383), the temple was built by the Kachchhapaghata king Devapala (r. c. 1055 – 1075). It is said that the temple was the venue of providing education in astrology and mathematics based on the transit of the Sun.