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Sas Bahu Temple

Near Gwalior Fort, Gwalior, India
+91 97815 76646
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Brilliant Carving

I went to Sas Bahu Temple. Brilliant carvings and elaborated structure of the Sas Bahu temple speak... read more

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Sas Bahu Temple

Do not go by the name. It has got nothing to do with Sas/Bahu. Its a temple of lord vishnu and... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
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Near Gwalior Fort, Gwalior, India
+91 97815 76646
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I went to Sas Bahu Temple. Brilliant carvings and elaborated structure of the Sas Bahu temple speak of the artistic brilliance and skills possessed by artisans and sculptors in that era. One should not miss the picturesque views of the Gwalior city from the temple...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Do not go by the name. It has got nothing to do with Sas/Bahu. Its a temple of lord vishnu and shiva. Beautiful view of the city from there.

Thank Aman A
Reviewed 1 week ago

Two beautiful temples, on a cliff perched a top giving you great views of the city and a wonderful place to spend some time. The destroyed faces of statues will make you think of how senseless mankind can be in its evil form.

Thank Chetna1973
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Sas Bahu temple in Gwalior is famous temple, is dedicated to Lord Vishnu by the King Mahipala. Lord Vishnu is supposed to be the preserver of this Universe. He keeps vigilance over this earth and if there is any disobedience among men, he punishes them. But he is...More

Thank Pramod T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Build by king mansingh in the gwalior fort.It has an amazing architecture and very well maintained.tickets are required to enter or allowed on the tickets purchased to see gwalior fort.You'll have a beautiful view of gwalior from this place as this is the highest location...More

Thank chandel007370
Reviewed 11 October 2017

Superb architecture. Very close to the fort. No guided tour is provided here. But everyone should need to visit.

1  Thank NilanjanSinha
Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

I am surprised to see the sense of neglect observed in this monument. This has been well preserved but no worship or other things observed. All sculpture are defaced. But it is a beautiful monument and I liked it. Probably my expectations are more from...More

Thank DMitra
Reviewed 19 September 2017

This temple is excellent art work in stone. Though its required to maintain more but its just superb. View of gwalior city from here is good.

Thank vps15
Reviewed 15 September 2017

Though it has nothing to do with Saas Bahu but is called so because of one big and other smaller temple. It does not house any idols but architecture and view from the place is awesome. In pleasant weather, this is even more attractive.

Thank Rishabh S
Reviewed 8 September 2017

It is originally name Sahastrabahu mandir, but it is known as Sas Bahu Temple. The temple is dedicated to Vishnu. it is pyramidal in shape, built of red sandstone with several stories . The temple preservation is not good. Needs to be clean.

Thank smandal2858
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