After the awesome visit to Ranthambhore Fort and the Tiger reserve we headed towards the nearby villages outside the Fort complex – Khiljipur and Sherpur. We explored some lesser known ruins and old structures like gateways, step wells, medieval places of worship etc here. Also, we met the locals there who welcomed us with warmth and befriended so many children there who followed us throughout the walk 🙂 Despite the poverty and lack of basic amenities the local seemed to be really loving and caring…and the kids also happily gave us tangy dried raw-mangoes to relish 🙂 After the village visit we also went to a nearby graveyard complex of sorts that seemed to be the royal graveyard since medieval times. There have been some restoration work done there but most of the structures are yet to be identified in terms if exact dates and people associated with them. Hope you’ll like this voyage 🙂 Happy Exploring!
Join us in this mega episode featuring this mighty FORT from Rajasthan, INDIA. The fort complex embraces several interesting structures and stories within. Architecture, Photography, History, Heritage, Art and even Devotion …there’s something for everyone in there 🙂 Happy Exploring!
Literally down to ruins, hidden under rubble and dense vegetation since centuries, these temples were recently resurrected with loads of hard work by the experts and also the community around. The temple complex dates back to 6-9th century BC and are believed to be 300 years older than the famous temples of Khajuraho! Again, this was one of the most favorites spots from our explorations at Morena! Happy Exploring 🙂
Find it on our heritage-map here
Here‘s a nice documentary about the resurrection of these temples.
In the next episode of Exploring Heritage at Gwalior & Morena we bring to you the magnificent Garhi Padhavali from Morena. This was once the biggest temple in Northern India and was later also used as a fortress! Happy Exploring 🙂
To visit the place on Google Maps click here.
The mystical MITAWALI – Chausath Yogini Shiva Tantric Temple! This temple dedicated to Taantric practices and meditation dates back to the 9th Century and happens to be one of our MOST FAVOURITE sites visited till date! The video is designed to be a meditation-music video of sorts with 3 original meditation audio tracks and also has some narration about the history of the place. Hope you’ll enjoy and have a meditative experience viewing this 🙂 A cozy n cool environ and nice headphones (or big speakers with bass) is advisable 🙂 Blessings for all!
Saas Bahu ka mandir or Sahastrabahu Temple – Located to the east of Gwalior Fort, this place boasts of magnificent architecture and also gives a good view of the whole city! Also, this was one of our “the best” experiences at Gwalior 🙂 This episode attempts to bring some of that awesomeness to you ..hope you’ll like it! Cheers! 🙂