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Gurudwara, Fort, Gwalior
Gurudwara, Fort, Gwalior
Using his apron, Sikh Guru Gobind Singh freed 51 of his followers held captive by the Mughals in the fort prison.

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Gwalior Travel Post
It's very rare to see works of art all around a town. Gwalior is indeed one such. I was amazed to see fascinating carvings of stone in every street, every alley that I happen to cross. As I sank deeper, I realized Gwalior is not only rich in architecture but is equally brilliant in culture and Indian music too. Tansen (amongst Emperor Akbar's 9 Jewels) & Baiju Bawra (the master classical singer) hail from Gwalior. And so does sarod (Indian musical instrument) maestros Ustad Hafiz Ali Khan & his son Ustad Amzad Ali Khan. Read more…

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