Rich in art and cultural heritage, Gwalior is one of the important attractions of central India. Apart from this the city is also known for its involvement in the revolt of 1857, which is also called as the first war of Independence. The city has historic traces and was once ruled by Scindia dynasty. The Scindia’s had a great emphasis on the city and the Gwalior Fort as well as Palace in the middle of city are the fine examples. The architectural influence on the city has been great and is visual as you walk through the narrow lanes with old havelis still showcasing the special art.

The contribution of Gwalior musicians to the Indian classical music is immense and important. The Tansen Music festival which is held every year is a treat for classical music lovers and attended by many maestros of music fraternity.


Airports: One airport, which connects the city with other part of India

Railway station: One Railway station which connects the city with other part of India.

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Taj Usha Kiran Palace Deo Bagh Gwalior Regency
Area Population Local Languages
780 Sq Kms 1,901,981 Hindi, Marathi and English


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