One of the oldest forts in Madhya Pradesh as well as in India, Gwalior fort is known for its stunning architecture and unique history. Sprawling and offering unforgettable city views, this hill fort has been ruled by dynasties of different kingdoms over the years.
Known as the Bateshwar temples, these spectacular temples surrounded by forests form one of the most interesting temples complexes in India. This group of more than 200 temples are dedicated to the worship of Vishnu, Shiva and Shakti or Devi, the three main strands of Hinduism. Built between the 9th and the 11th centuries, during the rule of the Gujar Pratihara dynasty, these temples were completely razed to the ground during a great earthquake in the 14th centuries. It was only through the efforts of the ASI and especially Archeologist KK Mohammad that these temples were rebuilt stone by stone to their former glory.
Nestled between the Betwa and Pahunj rivers, the historic city of Jhansi is synonymous with its courageous queen, Rani Lakshmibai, who valiantly fought against the British forces during the First War of Indian Independence in 1857. The lore and stories of the heroic queen, who was just 22 ye ars old then, echo through the Jhansi Fort and the Rani Mahal, which are the most popular attractions.
Orchha is a unique medieval town in Madhya Pradesh, where a palace was built by a ruler for his friend for a one-day visit and where Lord Rama is not a god but a king. Its most famous temple, Raja Ram, was built accidentally and the deity here gets a guard of honour, not the king.
Includes twin sharing stay, full meals, travel by private bus/car, Light & Sound show at Orchha and Khajuraho, first aid kit, guide charges and entry charges
Meals in the train, Camera charges, Train Travel to & from Gwalior & any other expenses which are not mentioned in package fee.
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