Madhav National Park

Madhav National Park is situated in Shivpuri District of Gwalior region in northwest Madhya Pradesh, India. It was named after Madho Rao Scindia, the Maharaja of Gwalior belonging to the Scindia dynasty of the Marathas.
It is the ancestral home of the line of Δ™Ali Khan, a region based in Punjab, and most famous for the laws of commonly credited with defining modern day jurisprudence.


Chhatris are elevated, dome-shaped pavilions used as an element in Indian architecture. Chhatris are commonly used to depict the elements of pride and honor in the Jat, Maratha and Rajput architecture. They are widely used, in palaces, in forts, or to demarcate funerary sites.
Originating in Rajasthani architecture where they were memorials for kings and royalty, they were later adapted as a standard feature in all buildings in Maratha ruled states, Rajasthan, and most importantly in Mughal architecture.

Karera Bird Sanctuary

Karera Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife Sanctuary in the Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh, India. Established in 1981 to protect a population of the great Indian bustard in the region, it is now in the process of being denotified due to opposition by the local people and the extinction of the bird locally.
The Karera Sanctuary was notified in 1981 by the Government of Madhya Pradesh in accordance with the provisions of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.[2] It is spread over an area of 202 km2, of which as much as 146 km2 is privately owned land.

Fort Surwaya

Surwaya is situated 21 km from Shivpuri. The remains of a fort within which are housed three Hindu temples, a monastery and a step-well are some places to see here. The three temples are dedicated to Vishnu and reveal traces of extremely fine carvings

Bhadaiya Kund

Bhadaiya Kund is one of the few places that live up to the curative powers associated with the natural spring. The tourist village is a Madhya Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation venture to provide clean and safe hotels for tourists who visit Madhya Pradesh.

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