Gwalior City

Gwalior A City of Bliss

Gwalior, a district in Madhya Pradesh state near Agra (118km). It is 389km away from Bhopal, 321km from Delhi, 276km from Kanpur, 353km from Lucknow, 976km from Ranchi, 802km from Patna, 1248km from Kolkata. It had been a capital of the Princely State earlier till 1948 and the summer capital of Madhya Bharat from 1948 to 1956. When Madhya Bharat became Madhya Pradesh, it became a separate District.

In the 18th century AD Suraj Sen was the king of this city who founded it and named after a hermit saint Galav. Later it became 'Gwalior'. The city has witnessed many dynasties; among them the most famous is Scindia dynasty. This city has produced many great warriors, kings, poets, musicians, saints, entrepreneurs and professionals from different streams who contributed to make it renowned throughout the country and the world.

Gwalior city is one of the fastest growing cities in the field of Education today. It has emerged as an educational hub. It has many high quality and well-equipped management, technical, physical and medical institutions of national and international repute. Gwalior also has an international Physical University, Agriculture University, Music University, IT College and Cricket Stadium. The city has well-established airport, bus and railway station with busy network. Gwalior has many memorable and beautiful sites to observe.

The city is blessed with rich cultural heritage and ethos, a city treasured with the exuberance of many great ancient architectural monuments heritage since long.