Tag: history

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December 29, 2013December 29, 2013

Secret Chambers Of Gwalior Fort

Every fort, has its own share of interesting and intriguing stories too. And what stories may the old fort walls tell! Stories of princes and princesses; of warriors and traitors; and of Badshahs and Maharajas. Some are lost with time and some have been documented. One such fascinating story associated with the Gwalior fort is...

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May 24, 2013September 26, 2013

Light & Sound Show

The Fort of India invites you to spend a magical evening with its past. Come enjoy the Gwalior Fort From many decades now the fort of Gwalior has slumbered n silience broken now and then by the patter of curious feet and awed tones. Come sundown  , the deserted fort is once again left with...

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May 15, 2013October 22, 2013

Ganga Das ki Shala

Ganga Das Ki Shala is know in Gwalior for National Unity and as the samadhi of Jhansi Ki Rani Laxmi Bai. As per described by Mahant Rameshwar dayal of Utila when Emperor Akbar passed From GWALIOR in 16th Century. He met Gusai Ji Shri Parmanand Swami.Akbar himself came here got the blessings and ordered to construct a temple in...

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April 15, 2013June 4, 2013

Musical Glory

Abdul Fazal’s ‘AIN-E-AKBARI’ have detailes that in the Darbar of Akbar out of 36 highest ranking singers 15 artists were of Gwalior parampara . Out of them “Sangeet Samraat Tansen” of behat nearby Gwalior hardly needs any introduction. Similarly in reign of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, Gwalior was undoubtedly the highest cultural center because thens Mughal Governor of Kashmir “Fakeerullah Khan”...

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January 21, 2013April 1, 2013

Tomb of Ghaus Mohammad

Hazrat mohammad ghaus was one of the noteworthy sufi in the history of India.Mohammad Ghaus has written many books in which “Gulzare Abraar” is the most famous. This noble saint was born 16th century in Gazipur (UP).Intajaam Ulla Sahabi stated your birth on 890 Hizri. According to the texts of ” Manaakab Goosiya ” wrtten...

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January 20, 2013May 3, 2013

The “Golden Triangle” Of Chambal

The Chambal valleys have ever been inviting to mankind since pre-historic age. While at one end the labyrinths of the valley have been providing shelter to the rebels, on the other hand the pure water of Chambal river has instilled the zeal and vivacity in the natives of this regions. Here we are talking about...

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June 12, 2012February 24, 2013

BHIND Behind Screen

Bhind Todays Bhind whose identity is of Guns and Docoits was not the same in ancient times. This region was pious and filled with the penance of Saints and wed chants. The history bhind is related to Era of “Ramayana” and “Mahabharata”. The city Bhind was named after vimandaks apbhransh Sage named “Bhindi”.Burial of Saint...

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May 8, 2011June 4, 2013

History Of Gwalior

At the starting of 6th century BC , this region was ruled by Nand Dynasty of Patli putra who  captured it from Shishunaags. At present pavaya village near Dabra in Gwalior was the capital of this state. The ruler of this empire was “Swamin Shivnandi” according to the scripts found at village Pavaya . In 3rd Century...

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April 7, 2011April 9, 2011

Fort

Gwalior Fort Gwalior fort is one of the beautiful and famous forts of India. Writer Taj-Ul-Maseer writes about this fort. “Fast Wind cannot touch its climax and fast clouds cannot cast their shadow in its PARKOTAS. On its Vakshsthal there are written stories of life/death, Sanyog-Viyog, bravery and cowardice. This is situated 110 Km. south...

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August 30, 2010February 24, 2013

Coins

Coin Age Of Gwalior The evidences pertaining to the prevalence of coins as a form of currency in the civilized society of Gwalior region are discernible in coin minting by ruler of the Naga dynasty The surrounding areas of the prosperous cities like Kutwar (Kuntalpur) Pawaya(Padmawati) and Narwar.Coins minted by the rulers of the Naga...