Gwalior

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The Gwalior is a large and northernmost city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh and one of the opposite cities. The Gwalior is known for the magnificent Gwalior Fort, which is popularly called "the Gibraltar of India". The Gwalior is a historic city in Madhya Pradesh. Bbachao Beti Badao Navachar - Gram Arogya Kendra - Service Area Plan - IAY List Gwalior; Poonarvasit Kamgaro ki List.

Gwalior is best visited before winter and in spring, with the best months being September to November and February to March.

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Gender ratio930 / Gwalior is not only the seat of Gwalior County and Gwalior Department, but also has many administration buildings of Chamber Department in the north of Madhya Pradesh. A number of administration and justice organizations, committees and bodies have their state and federal head office in the town. Gwalior is named after a wise man from earlier days according to the traditions of the region.

At a remote mound he found an old man, the wise Gwalipa, whose influences almost surprised him. Later Suraj Sen constructed a mansion inside the fortress, which was called " Gwalior " after the wise man, and finally the town, which around the gate was growing, got the same name. Maharahaj of Gwalior in front of his Palast around 1887 A.D.

In Gwalior, the oldest historic recording found is the epigraph of the Alchon Hun emperor Mihirakula. 1231 Iltutmish conquered Gwalior after 11 months of efforts and stayed under Muslim domination until the thirteenth cenury. Raja Veer Singh was appointed sovereign of Gwalior in 1375 and established the dominion of the Tomar-Klan.

In these years Gwalior experienced his gold age. Jain sculptures at Gwalior Fort were constructed during the reign of Tomar. Singh Tomar Man Singh constructed his favourite mansion, the Man Mandir Palm, which today is a touristic destination in the Gwalior Fort. Babur described it as "the bead in the chain of fortresses of India, and not even the wind could reach its masts".

Each day a light and sound show is organized there, telling the story of the Gwalior Fort and the Man Mandir Palace. Later, in the 1730' the Scindias conquered Gwalior and it stayed a royal state during the British rule. The Chaturbhuj temple at Gwalior Fort asserts the very first appearance of zero as a written number.

The town had a noted vocal training centre in the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries, which Tansen visited. For the longest period Gwalior was governed by the Moguls and then by the Marathas. He is also known for not taking part in the 1857 revolt, mainly due to his non-cooperation with Rani Lakshmibai. Lakshmibai took refuge in the Gwalior Fort after Kalpi (Jhansi) passed into the British hand on 24 May 1858.

Gwalior's Maharaja was not willing to give up his fortress without a struggle because he was a powerful Brit allies, but after negotiation his forces surrendered and the insurgents took the fortress. Gwalior was quickly assaulted by the Brits and the slaughter was led by Lakshmibai.

10 ] The armed force of India counted about 20,000, the armed force of Britain about 1,600, supported by Maharaja of the Gwalior-Truppen. and Gwalior was free of them. is a Maratha family in India. These clans consisted of Gwalior State emperors in the eighteenth and nineteenth century, employees of the UK cold coalition in the nineteenth and twentieth century until India became sovereign, and political figures in sovereign India.

Gwalior's Shindish state[12] became an important local authority in the second half of the eighteenth centuries and played an important role in the three Anglo-Maratha wars. The Scindias had significant powers over many of the Rajput states and captured the state of Ajmer.

In 1858, during the 1857 rebellion in India, the town was briefly kept by rebels until it was conquered by the British. 13 ] The Scindia unit reigned Gwalior until India's victory of sovereignty from the United Kingdom in 1947, when the Maharaja Jivajirao Scindia joined the government of India. The Gwalior was fused with a number of other principality states to become the new state of Madhya Bharat.

King George VI's 1949 hallmark with the inscription "GWALIOR" Hindus ism is practised by the vast majority of Gwalior's inhabitants (88.84%). The Hindi in its default shape is widespread in Gwalior. It is the second most common local dialect and it is used by 20% of the local inhabitants. Marathi influences Gwalior strongly because of the Maratha rule over the course of time .

The Gwalior is 26°13?N 78°11?E / 26. Tigra embankment is situated on the edge of the town. It is now being used to save the Sank stream and provide the entire municipality with drinking oil. Cruises are between Padav in the centre of Gwalior and the Gwalior Zoo.

Gwalior's Lashkar part has many lovely gardens, among them the Phool Bagh or the Flower Gardens, created to welcome the Cambridge King, and the Italy Gardens - the gardens used by the Scindias as a place to relax are constructed in Italy style with a basin of tap waters encircled by sound wells.

The Gwalior Zoo, a vibrant and attractive Zoo, is home to a variety of species including tiger whites, snakes, gold pheasant, velvet, hyena, buffalo and others. The subtropical Gwalior region has subtropical climates with warm summer weather from the end of March to the beginning of July, a wet period from the end of June to the beginning of October and a cold, arid winters from the beginning of November to the end of February.

Köppen's climatic rating gives the town a damp sub-tropical atmosphere. Summer starts at the end of March and together with other towns like Jaipur and Delhi is one of the warmest in India and the rest of the word. The Gwalior gets an annual rainfall of 900 mm (35 in) on avarage, most of which is accumulated during the monsoon season (from the end of June to the beginning of October).

Gwalior's winters begin at the end of October and are generally very temperate with average daytime temperature of 14-16 C (58-62 F) and mostly arid and bright with sun. Gwalior's management is divided between the divisions and agencies of three tiers of governance - the Municipal Corporation, the Madhya Pradesh Corporation and the Indian Federation.

Gwalior Municipal Corporation is in charge of the civil infrastructures and management of the town, which is subdivided into 66 stations. Gwalior (Lok Sabha constituency) is the headquarters of the Gwalior covered parliament. Among the main bodies of the federal authorities are: The Gwalior is an important rail hub in the northerly centre of the area. Gwalior Junction is part of the North Continental Railways.

It is one of the few places where both wide and small gauges are in operation. The Gwalior is the end point of the world's longest narrower lane, a 198 km stretch from Gwalior Junction to Sheopur. The Gwalior Junction is a junction with five railroads.

Awarded best and cleaner train depot in the North Central Area. One of the most important North Central railroad depots, Gwalior is headquartered in Allahabad. The Gwalior Light Train links the Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary in Sheopur. This is the hub to get to tourism attractions such as Shivpuri, Dholpur and Bhind.

The Gwalior is located on the major rail line between Delhi (station code: NDLS) and Mumbai (Bombay) (CSTM) and between Delhi and Chennai (MAS). In Gwalior there are good connections with other parts of Madhya Pradesh and India through highway and stateways. As part of the Gold Quadrilateral Highway scheme, the nominated north-south corridor runs through the town.

Gwalior is crossed by the Agra-Bombay NH3 road, which connects it with Shivpuri at one end and Agra at the other. Jhansi is linked to the town by the 75 Hwy towards the southern part of the town. Mathura is the capital of the country. The north of the town is linked to Mathura by Hwy 3.

Busses are available to and from all larger and smaller towns near Gwalior, such as Bhopal, Agra, Delhi, Jabalpur, Jhansi, Bhind, Morena, Dholpur, Etawah, Datia, Jaipur and Indore. The Gwalior International Aiport ( IATA: GWL, ICAO: VIGR), also known as Rajamata Vijaya Raje Scindia Aiport, is the Gwalior International Ariport. Gwalior's main transportation system includes speed, car rickshaws, Ola Cabs and minibuses.

The Gwalior Town Bus of the Municipality runs on some lines in the town. Blau Radios are also available in Gwalior. Recently, a 3 km long bicycle path was constructed in the town, and the town became the 4th in India to have such a plant. Gwalior Metro is the planned Gwalior Metro development program.

Therefore, the regional government is currently working on a DPR (Detailed Project Report) for the Gwalior Metro. The Gwalior has a great and particular status in India's classic musical, artistic and literary scene. The Gwalior is a recognized place of arts, linked with both historical and modern testimonies. Marathi Sahitya Sammelan, the Marathi Literary Convention, took place in Gwalior in 1961.

Gwalior is the cultural junction of two wealthy civilizations, Bundeli and Braj. More recently, the Akhtar dynasty has lived in Gwalior for at least three generation, with Muztar Khairabadi, his son Jan Nisar Akhtar and his grandchild Javed Akhtar as the most important writers. He was the protector of Drupad (Hindi: ??????), the king of Gwalior between 1486 and 1516 AD.

The Gwalior is an important composer of ancient Hindustani songs and is the place of birth of the oldest Hindustani singer, Mr. Harana - Gwalior Garana. With an unprecedented fame in Sri Lanka, Gwalior has kept India's tradition and richness of musical heritage alive over the years. Gwalior is not only the oldest Khyal qharana, but also one of the most famous gharanas to which most classic Indians can retrace the origins of their styles.

Gwalior Gharana's ascent began with the rule of the great Mughal emperor Akbar (1542-1605). Akbar' favorite vocalist was Tansen, who came from the Gwalior area and whose ash was interred in Gwalior after his deaths. Tansen's tomb in Gwalior was built in his memory. The Tansen began in the 1930' s, and today performers from all over India come to participate in the Tansen Festivals.

The Baijnath Prasad (alias Baiju Bawra) was a classic vocalist (Dhrupadiya) who spent his whole lifetime living in Gwalior under the auspices of Man Singh. Gwalior was the yard performer of Gwalior together with Nayak Charju, Bakshu and others. The Sarodist Amjad Ali Khan also comes from the town of Gwalior.

Ghulam Ali Khan Bangash, his grand father, became a courtier in Gwalior. The Tansen Sangeet Samaroh, (Tansen Music Festival), is held every year in December at the Tansen Tomb in Gwalior. Tansen Samaroh is a meeting place where performers from all over India meet and take part in order to present voice and music.

In Gwalior there are newspaper, periodicals, local television channels and four FM-radios. Other Gwalior papers include BPN Times, Raj Express, Dainik Madhya Raj, Nav Bharat, Young Engine, Dainik Jagran, People's Samachar, Dainik Adityaz. Sandhya Samachaar, Gwalior Sandesh, Sudarshan Express are some of the evenings papers. "The Aalekh Life in Pages" is one of the world' s top juvenile newsletters, widely distributed throughout the town.

This is a semi-annual life style and automobile journal in Gwalior. FM radios transmitted in the cities are Big FM (92. 7 MHz), Red FM (93. 5), Chaska FM (95 MHz), My FM (94. 3 MHz) and Lemon (91. 9 MHz). In the town there are regional television broadcasters of businesses.

Key indigenous channel names are Hathway Win, Harsh Network, KMJ Communications and DEN Network. 26 ] Gwalior also has the Railway Hockey Stadium with synthetic grass. The first of the ten games to date was between India and the West Indies on 22 January 1988. A 1996 World Cricket Championship game was also held on this site, between India and the West Indies.

Lakshmibai National University of Physical Education (LNIPE), Gwalior was founded by the Ministry of Education and Culture, Government of India, as Lakshmibai College of Physical Education (LCPE) in August 1957, the hundredth year of the Independence Revolution. Gwalior, where Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi, a veteran of the 1857 revolt, dies.

Vikram University, Ujjain, and then came into the fold of Jiwaji University, Gwalior, in 1964. Recognizing its unparalleled stature and nature, and to help further its expansion, the Institute was granted the 1982 ?Autonomous ?Autonomous statute from Jiwaji University, Gwalior.

Gwalior has become an important educational center in recent years. Gwalior has five Kendriya Vidyalayas (administered by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government Of India), several technical and technology institutions and more than thirty associated technical universities. Scindia International College, a boy's residential college, and the whole of India is number 3 among the other IPSC residential centers of Gwalior International College, Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Delhi Public College, Gwalior are also in Gwalior World.

The Gwalior is encircled by three industry areas - Sitholi, Banmore and Malanpur. Formerly the town had large production facilities such as Gwalior Grasim and J.C. Mill of Birlanagar, but now this industry is home to only one large plant - J.B.Mangharam Ltd. Handicrafts and small industry can also be found here like the pottery of Gwalior.

The Gwalior is also an important historic and tourist area of the state. He is one of the New Delhi based civic leaders to reduce the burden of urbanisation through NCR (see Section 4 Development). There are many operating OME's and SME' with Gwalior and Agra as markets. It is a dispersed municipality with training and education facilities that offer work to a large part of the urban people.

The Gwalior Mass was founded in 1905 by Maharaja Madho Rao Scindia, King of Gwalior. Gwalior International is a yearly exhibition that presents the Gwalior business world. Madhya Pradesh's largest exhibition and one of the most colorful in India. The Maharaj Bada is the largest of Gwalior's markets.

LOWA MANDI - this place is also 600 years old in Gwalior and was used for the purchase of ferrous material. Hazira - it was the Gwalior square at that age. There are three Gwalior centers, the DD City Mall with Fun Cinemas Multipleplex, the Maya-Gitanjali Mall with Gold Digital Multipleplex and the DB Mall with INOX Male.

The Salasar Mall City Center also contains a plywood like the DD City Mall. It has several game areas, some discotheques (Ten Downing Street, DnD, Barcode, Medusa, The Brown Room and Spectrum) and a Gwalior aquatic garden. "The Sun City Amusement Park" is a Gwalior home run amusement center. DD City Mall is one of Madhya Pradesh's largest shopping centers.

You can also find some famous quaint eating places like Domino's Pizza, Subway (restaurant) and McDonald's in the DD City Mall. Gwalior's old city, generally known as Kila Gate, is about 1 km away from Hazira, the biggest area of the old city, which is of significant dimensions but is irregular.

The old city was made up of some roads and Muhallas, which are probably 700 to 800 years old areas in Gwalior, which are still backward areas in Gwalior due to incorrect administration of the new city.

It is a 700 year old Lord Shiva shrine whose shiftling was at the Gwalior Fortress, but when the Mughals captured it, they ordered it to be kicked out. At the time the armies did this, the shovel was built without any damage on a square below the fortress. Lashkar's name is a Farsi term for "army" or "camp", as this was initially the camps and later the definitive capitol of the Scindia family of the state of Gwalior.

Lashkar's centre is Jayaji Chowk, with a large plaza, a former theatre, bank, tea, coffe and juices stalls and a local store. One of the sources of the town' s freshwater is the Tighra Dam, which was constructed 20 km further up the Saank Rivers. The Jai Vilas Palais, which is based on the Versailles Palais in France, is there.

The Morar Cantonment, formerly an independent municipality, is located 5 km south of the old part of the village. This area is known as the "green part" of Gwalior because a large part of the area is still rurally. The Morar riot was the worst in central India. Here, the Recbel troops took the cannons and most of the Gwalior troops, unless the bodyguards went over to the Rebs (some abandoned).

Gwalior's major hospital facilities are Gajara Raja Medical college and associated J.A. Hospital, Kamla Raja Hospital, Sahara Hospital, Mascot Hospital, Birla Hospital, Cancer Hospital & Research Institute and many privately owned medical centers. It has a state ayurvedic college and a homeopathic homeopathy school ( Vasundhara Raje Homeopathic Medical College) run by the Biochemic and Homeopathic Association of Gwalior, which also provides healthcare awareness and service.

The Gwalior West is being designed as a counter magnet development program with the help of the National Capital Region. The aim is to prevent the closure of producers such as Hotline, Cimmco and Grasim Gwalior. Known vernacularly as "the Gibraltar of India", the castle dominates the town. The impact was due to China-India trading at the moment the forts were built.

When Sher Shah Suri died in 1545, his then North Indian ruler Sher Shah Suri's sons Islam Shah moved his capitol from Delhi to Gwalior and built "Sher Shah Mandir" (or "Sher Shah Fort") in remembrance of his family. Shah Islam was operating from Gwalior until his demise in 1553.

For the first moment Islam Shah had named the Hindu fighter Hemu or Hem Chandra Vikramaditya as his prime minister in Sher Shah Fort, who later became Hem Chandra Vikramaditya in Delhi and founded Hindu Raj in northern India. There are two early Mogul architectural landmarks to the eastern part of the city: the Sufi Saint Ghous Mohammed Mosoleum from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and the grave of Mian Tansen, a vocalist and one of the "Nine Jewels" at the courtyard of the Mogul Emperor Akbar.

37 ][38] Near the centre of the town is the Jai Vilas Palazzo of the Scindia family, which is modelled on the Palazzo of Versailles. Gwalior is interesting from a historical and architectural point of view, firstly as an old residence of the Jain cult; secondly as an example of palatial arquitecture from the Hindu era between 1486 and 1516; and thirdly as a historical town.

Before Gwalior was founded, the area was also known by the old name of Gopasetra. He had an institution headquarters of the Bhattarakas of Kashtha Sangh and later Mula Sangh. The Gopachal Parvat is located on the hilly ground on the hillsides of the Gwalior Fort. This is Madhya Pradesh's first multidimensional theater, Modern 5D, presented at Gwalior 2011.

Gwalior's leader Modern Techno Projects (P) Ltd. constructed it. Inside the fortress there are some wonders of mediaeval fortresses. Zas-Bahu Tempel - A nineteenth centuries coffin, Zas-Bahu Tempel in the fortresses attracts not only the followers, but also the tourist with its artistical value. Telangana Mandir (Teli Ka Mandir) - A 100-foot texture, Teli Ka Mandir in the Gwalior Fortress differs from the other contemporary composition in its architectural uniqueness.

Although the rooftop of the church has a dravidic stile, the sculpture is typical of northern India. Tempelarchitektur follows the Indo-Aryan and Nagarian architectural trends and is considered one of the oldest buildings in the fortress. There have been many proposals to make this name historical, but in fact the name is not old, because the shrine was used to process olive groves before the British invaded the fortress and used the building, albeit as a temporary café.

Telik? Mandir is the highest building in the Gwalior Fort with a total elevation of about 30m. 41 ] The east side gate is a later extension of the English era created by Major Keith in 1881. The Gurudwara Datta Bandi Choodh- Gwalior Fort also has the Gurudwara, constructed in remembrance of the 6th Sikh, Guru Har Gobind.

Here a recitation of the Guru Granth Sahib is held and the Mogul Wise Men visited Gwalior on a regular basis. The Adhyatma Niketan is an important oasis near the Gwalior Fort. The residence of the Maratha masters of Gwalior - the Scindias - is also known as Jai Vilas Palast. It was built in 1874 to take the Versailles Palazzo to Gwalior.

Located near the town, near the Achaleshwar Museum, and the tomb of the Scindias who reigned over the town for many years, Hatris of Scindias is a great place to visit. And Javed Akhtar, renowned author, writer and author, native of Gwalior. For almost three generation his familiy lived in Gwalior, since the times of his grandpa.

The Meet Bros is a Gwalior duet. The Pawan karat, noted great lndian literary figure and author. About GMC. gwaliormunicipalcorporation.org. Gwalior City Population Census 2011 Madhya Pradesh. www.census2011.co.in. Gwalior". Gwalior's Luft among the filthiest in the whole wide universe. K.S. Gautam, ed. India over time.

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