Architecture sights in Gwalior
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Used as a soda factory and coffee shop by the British after the Indian Uprising, this 30m-high, 8th-century temple is the oldest monument in the compound. The hybrid design of Teli ka Mandir incorporates a Dravidian square roof and Indo-Aryan decorations. Dedicated to Vishnu, the Pratihara temple is covered with sculptures and a Garuda tops its 5m-high doorway.
The modern gold-topped gurdwara (Sikh temple) nearby is dedicated to Sikh hero Guru Har Gobind, who Nur Jahan imprisoned in Man Singh Palace.