Mansingh Palace, Gwalior

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Commissioned by Tomar King Man Singh, somewhere in the range of 1486 and 1516, the Mansingh Palace in Gwalior is a magnificent example of early Hindu design. The four-celebrated structure certainly considers one of the must-visit objections in Madhya Pradesh. The external dividers have tigers, elephants, peacock, and crocodiles in ornamented blue, green and yellow. While then again, the insides are extremely basic yet appealing. The jali and tile work are very appealing.

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