Gwalior Weekend Tours



Gwalior weekend tours help the tourists to explore the cultural heritage of Madhya Pradesh . Chanderi, Pawaya, Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo temple, Orchha, Datia, Narwar and Shivpuri are some of the destinations that form an inevitable part of the weekend tours in Gwalior.

Some of the places around Gwalior that deserve special mention in this context are:

  • Chanderi - Chanderi is one of the most popular locations for weekend tours from Gwalior. The town possesses a number of tourist attractions that attracts many tourists from across the world. Badal Mahal Gate, Koshak Mahal, Shahzadi Ka Rouza, Parameshwar Tal, Jama Masjid, Buddhi Chanderi, Battisi Bavdi and Thruvanji are some of the important sites around Chanderi.

  • Pawaya - Pawaya, earlier known as Padmavati, is a small hamlet situated on Gwalior-Jhansi road. The history of Pawaya dates back to the 3rd century AD, when Padmavati was the capital of the Nag Dynasty.
    • Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo Temple - Dhoomeshwar Mahadeo Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is located on the banks of Sindh River about 3 kilometers from Pawaya. It is similar in architecture to the Kandariya Mahadeo Temple of Khajuraho.

    • Orchha - Jehangiri Mahal, Rai Parveen Mahal, Chaturbhuj Temple, Raj Mahal, Laxminarayan Temple, Dinman Hardaul's Palace and Ram Raja Temple are some of the important places that form an important part of tourism in Gwalior.

    • Datia - Datia is situated about 74 kilometers from Gwalior. The district is famous for the exquisite paintings and Bundela palaces. Datia possess a majestic palace, which was constructed by Raja Bir Singh Deo. The palace is one of the architectural splendors in Gwalior.
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    Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012

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