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Gwailor is famous for its medieval fortress built upon a 7 km long mountain ridge. The fort changed hands many times over the centuries and has even been used as a prison. It played a major role during the Indian uprising against the British in 1857.It functioned as a fort from 1446 - 1516. There are several sub floors that were later used as a …
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... about 3 square kilometers! There are temples and palaces inside the fort as well.
Next had lunch which paratha, a type of Indian brea, with tandoori chicken it was SO GOOD!!!! There is also a lot of food for vegetetarians.
After my lovely lunch I went to Sarod Ghar, it is a music museum. This museum tells you about ...
... In fact, Suraj Sen, a prince of the Kachhwaha clan of the 8th century, is believed to have lost his way in the jungle and ultimately rambled up to an isolated hill. At this point of time his meeting with an old man, Sage Gwalipa, changed his course of life. Tired and spent, he asked for some water and the sage led him to a pond. The prince was taken by surprise when he found that after drinking the water it not only quenched his thirst but ...
This entire region that mainly includes Gwalior and Jhansi as major
centre called Bundelkhand. The locals were appeared tough by physique.
Our local ...