One of the major tourist attractions of the country, Gwalior Fort or Gwalior Fort is located in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. It consists of a defensive structure and two main palaces, the Gurjari Mahal and the Man Mandir. Spread over an area of â€‹â€‹3 km, it is surrounded by sandstone walls. The fort was built by Man Singh Tomar in the 15th century. Today, this fort is an archaeological museum. The Gwalior Fort has three temples, six palaces and several water tanks. Beautiful architecture, exquisite carvings on walls and ramparts, Due to the color and craftsmanship, this fort looks very beautiful. It is built on Mount Gopanchal. Made of red sandstone. The interior of this fort contains amazing specimens of medieval architecture. The Gujari Mahal built in the 15th century is one of them which symbolizes the love of King Mansingh and the Gujari queen Mrignayani. It is 100 meters above the plains. The outer wall of the fort is about 2 miles long and its width ranges from one kilometer to 200 meters.