Gopachal Parvat


Gopachal Parvat, popularly known as Ek Patthar ki Bavadi, is one of the spectacular tourist attractions in the ancient city of Gwalior. Gwalior, sited in the heart of Central India, is shrouded in history. Be it the erstwhile Rajput kingdoms whose rulers were largely responsible for the city's efflorescence in the medieval era or the predominant traces of Jainism, the city has plenty to speak for itself.

Gopachal Parvat is an awe inspiring structure that draws myriads of tourists from all across the world. The structure consists of rock carvings made out of single stone that depict the 23 venerable Jain Tirthankaras. To add to the scenic beauty and the wondrous charm, a cascading waterfall ensures that a steady stream of water gushes by throughout the year.

In short, a trip to Gopachal Parvat opens up a treasure trove of irresistible delights for tourists on a tour to Gwalior.



Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012