Temples in Gwalior
The Bateshwar Hindu temples are a group of nearly 200 sandstone Hindu temples and their ruins in north Madhya Pradesh in post-Gupta, early Gurjara-Pratihara style of North Indian temple architecture. They are dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu and Shakti - representing the three major traditions within Hinduism. The site is within the Chambal River valley ravines.
The Sasbahu Temple is an Hindu temple located in the city of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India. It is a 11th century twin temple. Near the Gwalior Fort and dedicated to Vishnu in his Padmanabha form, like most Hindu and Jain temples in this region, it is mostly in ruins and was badly damaged from numerous invasions and Hindu-Muslim wars in the region. It was built in 1093 by King Mahipala of the Kachchhapaghata dynasty, according to an inscription found in the larger of the twin temple. The twin temples are situated in the Gwalior Fort.
The Sun temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Sun. The temple is located in the city of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India. The temple was constructed in the year of 1988 by the famous industrialist G.D. Birla. Built on the lines of legendary Sun Temple at Konark, Orissa, the Sun Temple of Gwalior is a magnificent amalgam of exquisite architecture in red sandstone and pearly white marble.
There are many famous temples in Gwalior. The temples Bateshwar Temple, Teli ka Mandir, Sasbahu Temple, Sun Temple and many more. People visit the temple to worship and get blessed. The festivals like Ahiri Folk Dance, Baredi Dance, Saharia Dance, and Tansen Festival are celebrated with great enthusiasm. The best time to visit is in the month of October to March. know more about Gwalior temples their darshan, aarti timings and much more at Yatradham.