Gwalior

The city of Central India which was among the top revenue generating state during the British Raj in India, and for such great estate there has to be a charisma bought by the money that could be sought. Named after the hermit saint the one who cured the Rajput King of his disease and in whose honor the foundation of the city began in the 8th Century A.D on the hill top where now is the imposing Gwalior Fort, Standing tall above all dominating the city like a great monolith.

A multitude of reigning dynasties, of the great Rajput clans of Kacchawa, Pratihara and tomar¬†have left their indelible footprints in the form of Palace’s, temples and monuments of breathtaking beauty. The city of gwalior is not a very busy tourist spot at the moment and the magnificient heritage of the glorious past have been preserved with great care, giving the city a timeless appeal. The city gained new dimensions from warriors kings, musicians, poets and saints contributing to getting the city¬†registered in the texts of historical importance.

The city is marked with various building built during the 18-19 th century which are still operational and gifted by the Royal Family to serve as public facilities like school, bank, courts and other things which can be of public interests.