Teli Ka Mandir
Teli Ka Mandir
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DipuKV
Pune, India2,906 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Friends
Located inside Gwalior Fort, Teli ka Mandir is a temple of amazing architectural beauty. Magnificent facade & sides. Great for views, clicks & selfies.
Written 22 May 2024
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DIPALI S
Navi Mumbai, India254 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Family
Teli ka mandir is a temple built in north Indian as well as south Indian style.A lot of restoration work has been done by ASI.The carvings are so beautiful that one can spend hours looking at them.
Written 4 March 2024
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Nomad11211811640
1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Family
best example of square grid principle. Teli ka mandir . this temple on fort climate are very fabulous near other temple like saas bahu ka mandir
Written 16 January 2024
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sunshin_p
Greater Noida, India147 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Family
It's near to Gwalior fort so that you can visit for architecture. Compound has peacocks. We can't go into the temple as it was full of bats (scary)..
Written 4 October 2023
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Dirk W
Alexandra Headland, Australia9,545 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Couples
A most unusual temple : nobody seems to agree when it was build (but at least 1,000 years old), it's a mixture of styles and different influences. It certainly was destroyed by invading Muslim forces (see defaced idols), but re-build and extensively restored by later Hindu rulers. Finally, late 19th century, an officer of the Royal Scots Regiment, took it upon himself to shore up the temple, as it was in danger of collapse.
The tall doorway of the temple is bordered by some nicely sculptured figurines.
The temple sits in a well maintained garden and it pays to walk around it.
Written 5 April 2023
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krishna292
Hyderabad District, India1,351 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Couples
After completing the visit of Gwalior fort we visited this monument of India's ancient heritage. it is Mandir or Temple, which does not have any idol for worship and is housed within the Gwalior fort complex. It is the highest and one of the oldest structures in Gwalior. Its height is believed to be about 100 feet high and is really an architectural beauty built in Dravidian and Buddhist style. It was probably a temple of Lord Shiva and was believed to have been damaged during the rule of Moghul emperor Aurangzeb. Later during British rule two English engineers renovated it and restored many stone carvings built on the walls of the structure. In recent times the archeological department has installed pillars and beams inside the mandir to avoid its fall and save the structure from further damage. The entry ticket for the fort entitles the visitors to get free entry to this monument also.
Written 1 April 2023
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Kasturi S
New Delhi, India23 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022
An architecture marvel. Although the name suggests a Mandir (temple), dedicated to Shiva and Vishnu, there is no idol inside to pray. However the architecture of the complex is truly splendid, said to be in the Gurjara-Pratihara -Gopagiri style
Written 3 January 2023
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RkRoadie
Pune, India622 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2021
One need to show the fort ticket for the entrance. The temple is tall and has nice architecture. There is ample amount of car parking space outside. The security sometimes explain you about the temple and its your wish if you want to pay him as per your wish.

The temple has huge dome but there is nothing in main sanctum. The internal sanctum is dark and filled with very strong smell of bats (it directly enters your throat). The ASI should do something about this.

There are few carved and designed pieces of stone which are kept in lawn outside this temple.
Written 2 December 2021
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S. Singh
India5,925 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2020
MUST Know - Ticket Compulsory , ON LINE TICKET ON ticket window in Main Gawilor Fort , combined ticket of fort and Teli Temple.

Must Have hat, water bottle , ease shoes for relaxed walking .

Very few visitors came here so most of the time no more tourists jam .

It's a structural and stone decorative carving marvellous building of the Temple.This is a huge 30-35 mts height .
No more sculptures in side the temple , most of them broken down and ruined by Maughal Emperors in their ruling time.

Only outer wall decorating carving and ruined sculptures on them .
Outre garden with ruined parts of carved stones and decorative pieces are presented in a fine manner.
Written 5 October 2020
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R1chardN
Surbiton, UK620 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
This Hindu temple is near Gwalior Fort. If you visit the Fort it is worth the visit but it is the least impressive of the temples in the area. Maybe I was just suffering temple overload by this point.
Written 1 April 2020
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