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Teli Ka Mandir, Gwalior

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Gwalior has numerous accommodations fairly evenly spread across the city center. Most international visitors find lodgings close to the main Gwalior Junction train station. With proximity to the major attractions as well as transport links, the hotels here are largely mid-range and budget, with some particularly affordable guesthouses on the residential side streets. Look farther to the west for more characterful hotels and guesthouses if planning to stay in the city for a while, to delve into its rich history and former regality.
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  • Gwalior Fort has witnessed different dynasties and rules. This temple, called Teli ka Mandir is in Dravidian style and is beautiful. There is belief that it could have been sponsored by Oil Federation...  more »
  • Strong Stench of bats welcomed us n repulsed us from entering the temple. ASI at its worst restoration yet again. Skip or just see from the outside.  more »
  • The temple with Dravidian and Buddhist architectural style is decorated with sculptures from Hinduism. The temple is under restoration. Construction work is going on. Surprisingly, there are no idols ...  more »
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  • teli ka mandir or telangana mandir is tall temple as you can see in pictures. it is near to scindia school.at man sinngh palace itself ticket for man singh palace,teli ka mandir and sas bahu ka mandir can be bought. ticket price is 15 or 20 rs (i dont rememeber exactly.)
  • Teli temple: Teli ka Mandir (Oilmen’s temple) is another famous temple adjacent to the Gwalior fort. Legend has it that the temple was built on donations by oil merchants, hence the name. The temple is also known as Telangana Temple because of the predominately Dravidian style of architecture. This 9th century edifice is probably the only temple in the region built in the South Indian Gopuram style. As with other temples here, this temple had to face the brunt of Mughal invasion and the statues on the walls are badly defaced. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, this temple is the tallest in height among all other temples here. A part of the temple was under restoration when we went. Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has been entrusted with the upkeep of all the temples here. Although much of the carvings have not stood the test of time, it is because of ASI, the structures of these ancient magnificent monuments have been kept intact.
  • Nice mandir having no GOD statue in it. Yes it is completely empty rather having piegion making noice. Really funny.
  • Nice mandir but you can't enter in mandir because of many bats living in the mandir
  • It was built in 11th century by the respective king and very beautiful architecture made by the artist. You can visit and see legency