For All Wanderers Out There, Come And Let's Explore The Less Explored Parts Of Gwalior

May 25, 2022

When Bunny from YJHD pops out in you, and it feels exhausting working like Ved, you always want to run away and get lost in the hills. But, dear wanderer let us pitch you a new idea, why don’t you see some equally unexplored spots in a city? What happened? The idea seems boring? Relax, have a look at this list of spots in and around Gwalior city and then decide.

Here is the list of some unexplored spots in Gwalior. And with this, we hope you might be thinking about switching from mountains to less travelled spots of a city when trying to skip the rush.

Bateshwar Group of Temples

Gwalior

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Built by the Gurjara kings this place had some 200 temples mostly dedicated to gods Vishnu, Shiva and goddess Shakti. Most of them are now in ruins and getting re-constructed. This spot is situated between Gwalior and Morena.

Bhadawana

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When you have travelled from your place of residence and are in a search of escapades from the work and rush of your city you will want to visit a place where you can relax and have a little chill. The Bhadawana Waterfall in Bhadawana Temple Road, Gwalior is one of the top tourist spots. Don't miss it!

Behat

Gwalior

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Tansen is regarded as the best singer of his time. Known for literally creating magic with his voice, he was even invited to sing at Mughal ruler Akbar’s court. You can go and visit his birthplace; Behat and learn a little more about the maestro. The place is located around 50 km from Gwalior.

Kakanmath

Gwalior

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If you are interested in visiting places which have mysterious conspiracies about them, you can visit Kakanmath. This is a temple situated in Sihonia a few kilometres away from Gwalior. The conspiracy theory about this temple is that it was built by ghosts. It also survived the attacks by the Mughal invaders.

Teli Temple

Gwalior

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Teli Temple is located within the Gwalior Fort. It's one of the oldest surviving architecture at the fort also built with old designs. The temple dates back to the 8th-9th century and is dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu and Matrikas.

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