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Mitawali
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Mitawali

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.

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Bateshwar Group of Temples
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Bateshwar Group of Temples

Bateshwar Hindu temples (or Batesara, Bateśvar) are a group of nearly 200 sandstone Hindu temples and their ruins in north Madhya Pradesh in post-Gupta, early Pratihara style of North Indian temple architecture.

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Gwalior Fort
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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.

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Archeological Museum
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Archeological Museum

The site museum was established in 1984 in the Hospital and Jail building of the British period. Located in front of Hathi pole gate of Gwalior fort, the museum comprises of a large rectangular hall, a chamber linked to it and two verandahs one in front and another on the rear side with exhibits of different kinds.

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Gujari Mahal
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Gujari Mahal

The Gujari Mahal Archeological Museum, sometimes called the “Gwalior Fort Museum”, is a state museum in Gwalior, located in the fortress of Gujari Mahal, also orthographed Gujri Mahal. It displays numerous artifacts of the region, including a fragment of the Garuda capital of the Heliodorus pillar from Vidisha.

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Sarod Ghar
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Sarod Ghar

Ustaad Amjad ALi Khan established first ever museum for music at his ancestral house at Jiwaji Ganj Gwalior where he born and learnt music from his father and great maestro Ustaad Hafiz Ali Khan Sahab from Gwalior. Its a unique institution devoted to promoting Indian classical music, heritage and culture. Under the aegis of Haafiz Ali Khan Memorial Trust,

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