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Ramchandra Moreshwar Karkare

Ramchandra Moreshwar Karkare

A follower of Indian nationalist Subhas Chandra Bose, Ramchandra Moreshwar Karkare, of Gwalher (Gwalior) Madhya Bharat, wrote a patriotic drama Jai Hind in March 1947 and published a book in Hindi, with the same title. Later, Karkare became Congress president of Central India Province. RAMCHANDRA M. KARKARE(advocate)(b.1909/09 jan,Kolaras-d.1969/24 feb..)he had four sons and five daughters […] Read More

Gohad

Gohad

The rule of Jaats started at Gohad in the reign of Sinhan Dev Pratham of Pachokhara . The independent authority of Jaat rulers on Gohad belongs to Sikandar Lodhi (1489-1517 AD) and Maansingh tomar of Gwalior. But the jaat rulers were very positive and gets supports from each and every one. Almost 15 rulers ruled […] Read More

Alampur

Alampur

Alampur was built on the name of Alam Shah Pavar who came here as the governor of province. No one knows about the origin of the Alampur Fortress but we can make supposition according to its architecture that this must be built around 14-15th century. There are two entrance one at East and other one […] Read More

Ater

Ater

Ater is situated 30 kms north west of the Bhinds district headquarters. Its ancient name ” Udaynagari ” was acquired from the records of Bhadoria rulers. During 1700 AD the Bhadoria rulers here was on there climax period but there rulers were never remained independent .Earlier they are subordinates of Mughals and Later they remain […] Read More

Bhind Behind Screen

Bhind Behind Screen

Todays Bhind whose identity is of Guns and Docoits was not the same in ancient times. This region was pious and filled with the penance of Saints and wed chants. The history bhind is related to Era of “Ramayana” and “Mahabharata”. The city Bhind was named after vimandaks apbhransh Sage named “Bhindi”.Burial of Saint Bhindi […] Read More

Baijatal

Baijatal

“Baijatal” , the name of this tank is after the name of  Baijabai who is the wife of  ruler Daulat Rao Scindia in early 1800. Baijabai was a very brave,skilled politician and a very ambitious woman.She participated in the battle of ASAI with Daulat rao Scindia. Daulat Rao Scindia was bandles so he adopted a […] Read More

Tomb of Ghaus Mohammad

Tomb of Ghaus Mohammad

Hazrat mohammad ghaus was one of the noteworthy sufi in the history of India.Mohammad Ghaus has written many books in which “Gulzare Abraar” is the most famous. This noble saint was born 16th century in Gazipur (UP).Intajaam Ulla Sahabi stated your birth on 890 Hizri. According to the texts of ” Manaakab Goosiya ” wrtten […] Read More

Gurudwara Data bandi chor

Gurudwara Data bandi chor

Sri Hargobind the sixth Guru was detained in the Fort of Gwalior by the order of Emperor Jahangir. The cause of detention, it is said, was that the fanatical Muslim officers, particularly those under the influence of Naqshbandi cult, were alarmed by the Guru’s new policy of militarization. They poisoned the mind of Jahangir, who […] Read More

The Chausath Yogini Temple – Mitawali

The Chausath Yogini Temple – Mitawali

The Chausath Yogini Temple, Morena, also known as Ekattarso Mahadeva Temple, is an 11th-century temple located in Mitawali village of Morena district. It is one of the few such Yogini temples in the country which is in a good condition. The temple is formed by a circular wall with 64 chambers and an open mandapa […] Read More

Antri- The writer of Ain-e-Akbari murdered here in 1602

Antri- The writer of Ain-e-Akbari murdered here in 1602

Antri ie,Antakpuri (A village that is situated at the bottom of a Mountain) near Gwalior is an ancient township which was established around 1,500 years ago.Two ponds and a Temple of Turka Gol mata have there own importance in Antri.A mosque is still in very good condition here which was built by Mugal Emperor Humayun. […] Read More

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