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Ms.Ragini Doshi,private guide for my entire stay,she made my journey extremely fascinating.I myself was visiting Mumbai from Tokyo for 2 nights 3 ... MoreReview for Ragini Doshi, Tour guide in Gwalior, India
We had the pleasure of being guided around Jodhpur fort and the blue city by Ganga. He was knowledgeable, relaxed and focused on us having a great ... MoreReview for Ganga Singh Rathore, Tour guide in Gwalior, India
Of my many travels, India by far is one of the most hospitable countries I have visited. The people were very kind and thoughtful. My visit to Jaipur ... MoreReview for Pawan Kumar Sharma, Tour guide in Gwalior, India
There’s no denying that Gwalior’s major pull is the marvellous and ancient fort that rises high in bulwarks of sandstone and beige and ochre above the centre of the city. Built in the 8th century, it was famously eulogised by the Mughal king Babar, who must have stood in awe of its elaborate cornices, carved lintels and heavily adorned apses. It’s best to head to the fort in the company of a qualified Gwalior tour guide to help reveal the cultural impulses behind the wealth of Jain sculptures, temples dedicated to the prominent Hindu gods, the famed Man Mandir palace and all of the other treasures within. The Jai Vilas palace, the residential palace turned museum of the incumbent Scindia dynasty in Gwalior reveals a lovely collection antiques too, the most notable being its chandelier collection. Sights apart, Indian classical music lovers throng to the city to participate in the Tansen Music festival held every year in honour of one of the greatest musicians in Indian history. There is yet more; the monolithic Jain temples of Gopachal Parvat, the revered sikh temple of Datta Bandi Choodh, a day trip to the Tigra Dam and around, and lively marketplaces where a kaleidoscope of artisan crafts, chanderi saris, and spicy street foods of samosas and kachoris await.