Gwalior to Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo Temple



Weekend tours from Gwalior to Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo Temple are among the famous tours in Madhya Pradesh . En route from Gwalior to Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo Temple tourists can explore the cultural heritage of India.

Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo Temple, positioned on the banks of the river Sindh, is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Situated about 3 kilometers away from Pawaya, Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo Temple is the finest example of Bundela architecture. The temple bears a strong resemblance with the Kandariya Mahadev Temple situated in Khajuraho.

The Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo Temple of Madhya Pradesh houses a number of locations in its vicinity. The ruins of the Fort build by the Paramar's are one of the major sites that attract tourists from across the world. These tourist attractions form the pivot of tourism at Madhya Pradesh.



Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012

     


     

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