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Average Climate:
Summer: 25° C – 45° C
Winter: 10° C – 25° C
Best time to visit:
October to March

About Gwalior

Gwalior founded by Maharaj Suraj Sen and named after Saint Gwalipa, is the northernmost city of Madhya Pradesh and was established in 8th century AD. Gwalior remained a princely state of British Raj before Independence with Scindias as the local ruler. The city is surrounded by high rocky hills from all sides, on the north it forms the border of the Ganga - Yamuna Drainage Basin. It is situated on the valley between the hills of Plateau. Gwalior's metropolitan area includes Lashkar, Morar, Thatipur and the City center.

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Gwalior Forts

s This hilltop fort is one of the most redoubtable in the world founded in the 8th century AD. The fort is positioned at a height of 100m above the main town. The fort consists of two main palaces, Gurjari Mahal and Man Mandir, built by Man Singh Tomar in the 15th century. The fort has been controlled by a number of different rulers over time. The Gurjari Mahal palace which is now an archaeological museum was built for Queen Mrignayani. The fort is girdled by sandstone walls and stretches over an area of 3 sq kms. Located at the northern end of the citadel, it retains much of its original blue tiling and has six palaces, three temples,in the complex. 

Man Mandir Palaces

Memorial of Tansens

Jai Vilas Palaces



Usha Kiran Palace


The Usha Kiran Palace is a 120-year-old palace, which has played host to the King of England and is now a heritage hotel. Set amidst 9 acres of beautifully landscaped lawns, this regal palace, rich in history, is outfitted with artistic stone carvings and delicate filigree work No two rooms are alike, but each has a luxurious j...