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Monday, 8 July 2019

Gwalior is Famous for?

Gwalior can be called as the one of the jewel of Madhya Pradesh and India Too.
Gwalior absorbs the rich heritage attractions in India. Heritage Collection of Gwalior includes mainly:
It is amongst the top 5 forts in India. The Fort, popularly called "the Gibraltar of India", overlooks the city. The main attractions of Gwalior fort are-
· Man Mandir Palace
· Sahastra Bahu Temple
· Teli Ka Mandir
· Gujari Mahal
· Suraj Kund
· Chatarbhuj Mandir Gwalior
· Gurdwara Data Bandi, a memorial to the sixth Guru Hargobind
· The Light and Sound show- It is held at the open Amphitheater at the Man Mandir Palace in the evenings and is a musical narration and storytelling about SAGE Gwalipa and the severe turbulence the fort has faced during the historical times.
2. Jai Vilas Palace
3. Sun Temple
4. Central Archaeological Museum: This museum is a must-visit for those who wish to flip back the pages of history and experience the glorious past of the country.
5. Tansen Tomb - Gwalior is also a well-acknowledged place of art, associated with historic as well as contemporary evidence.
The TANSEN SANGEET SAMAROH, (Tansen Music Festival), considered the state festival of Madhya Pradesh. A person having Keen interest in classical music must visit this festival at least once. It is celebrated every year on the Tansen Tomb in Gwalior during the month of December.
6. Gwalior Trade Fair - The biggest fair of Madhya Pradesh and one of the most colorful fairs of India. It starts in the second week of January and continues until February.
Apart from being rich in heritage, Gwalior has also developed as a great Educational Hub.
· Jiwaji University-Founded in 1964, the university continues to conduct courses in varied streams.
·MITS GWALIOR: It is one of the oldest engineering institutes in India (Established in 1957) and ranks 3rd in Madhya Pradesh state engineering colleges.
Lakshmibai National University of Physical Education (LNUPE)- The Institute is the first “Deemed to be University” in the field of Physical Education in India and enjoys a unique place of its kind in South Asia.
· Raja Mansingh Tomar Music & Arts UniversityEstablished in 2008, this university a tribute to music-loving ruler Raja Mansingh Tomar.
· Rajmata Vijayraje Scindia Krishi Vishwavidyalaya (RVSKVV) - Educating the youth about the horticulture, veterinary science & animal husbandry.
· ABV Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management (ABV – IIITM)-Institute of National Importance, very first of the IIIT’s to be established.
· Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management (IITTM)
· Institute of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition (IHMCT)
· The Scindia School
· Captain Roop Singh Stadium – This ground is famous for hosting the ODI between India and South Africa in which Sachin Tendulkar scored a double century.
· Railway Hockey Stadium.
· Women’s Hockey Stadium.
Famous Foods in Gwalior
· samosas
· kacthories
· Jalebi
· Gazak
THE MAHARAJA EXPRESS one of India’s top luxury Trains has a stop at Gwalior nearly about in every two months brings the foreign passengers.

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