The Government Museum of Bharatpur

Starting our new web series of heritage explorations at Bharatpur and Deeg .. here’s the first episode featuring the Government Museum (Bharatpur) which houses some of the gems from the rich cultural heritage and history of this area. Hope you’ll enjoy this voyage 🙂 Watch out for the mesmerizing Hamaams (Bathrooms) from the medieval era 😉

Sas Bahu ka mandir or Sahastrabahu Temple (Video)

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! 🙂

Siddhachal Jain Temple Caves (Video)

In this episode we bring to you the massive Monoliths of the SIDDHACHAL JAIN TEMPLE CAVES from Gwalior 🙂

For more info and photographs of this place please see this post.

Happy Exploring! 🙂

Heritage of Gwalior & Morena – Episode 1

Starting with our new series of Heritage videos .. here’s Episode 1 from our trip to GWALIOR and MORENA 🙂

In this quick video we get introduced to the majestic city of Gwalior and see glimpses of what lies ahead in this Heritage Trip 🙂 Happy Exploring!

The Tomb of Balban and Khan Shahid – Mehrauli Archaeological Park (Episode 2)

In this 2nd episode of our new Heritage Vlog series we bring to you this oldest structure in India that is believed to have used the Arcuate technique of constructing a true arch. We discuss about the Medieval India and particularly about the emperor BALBAN and his times. We also visit the grave of who is supposed to be the favorite son of Balban – Khan Shahid! Happy Exploring 🙂

Mehrauli Archaeological Park – Introduction (Episode 1)

Starting with our new series of HERITAGE VLOGS – here’s MEHRAULI ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK for you. In this quick first episode we get introduced to this enchanting place where you discover a ruin every second step you take! This region has always been inhabited ever since the medieval times till today. Join us as we explore Delhi.. layer by layer 🙂 Cheers!

Jahaanpanaah – Refuge of the world! (Episode 1)

Jahanpanah or refuge of the world was one of the capital cities of Delhi, built in the 14th century. Its builder was Mohammad Tughluq better known as a mad genius for his experiments in administration. The remains of Jahanpanah are scattered around south Delhi & this walk covers the area believed to have been the core of the capital city: the Vijay Mandal (Bijai Mandal) complex & Begumpur Mosque.

Here’s Episode 1 from this Heritage Walk series !