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Sas Bahu Temple

Near Gwalior Fort, Gwalior, India
09781576646
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Beautiful architecture, breath taking location

According to legends the original name of temple was sahastra bahu temple meaning God with 100... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
somsontravel
via mobile
Good

It is a very beautiful place and the worship was amazing also the place is very very good and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
HA ki V
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Near Gwalior Fort, Gwalior, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

According to legends the original name of temple was sahastra bahu temple meaning God with 100 arms. The beauty of this temple lies in its beautiful carving. It is located near one of the fort walls and you can catch a beautiful glimpse of Gwalior...More

Thank somsontravel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It is a very beautiful place and the worship was amazing also the place is very very good and beautiful

Thank HA ki V
Reviewed 28 May 2017

The carving of the temple is beautiful. the temple itself is not a big one, but the ticket goes together with the Fort.

Thank iwsantoso
Reviewed 27 May 2017

Must visit during fort visit wonderful work of stone art oround 6th century very well preserved by ASI To. My knowledge these two temple were known as Sahastrabahu Temple which became as SAS BAHU Mandirp

Thank gwaliorbedbreakfast
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Gwalior Fort has seen many dynasties of rules. This beautiful temple, commonly called Sas Bahu temple was originally dedicated to Lord Vishnu, also known as Sahastrabahu meaning one with a thousand arms. The temple is intricately carved with floral, geometric and religious themes and is...More

Thank SatyendraGarg
Reviewed 5 May 2017

This is an ancient Vishnu temple called Sahstra Bahu temple. The Saas or Mother in law was a devotee of Lord Vishnu whereas the Bahu or daughter-in-law was devoted to Lord Shiva. So a Shiva temple was built on the same premises. And the name...More

Thank Gaurang K
Reviewed 5 May 2017

Realy nice sand stone tempel.Beautiful carvings and sculptures.Realy a must visit if you are at the Fort in Gwallior

Thank Rolly04
Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

Just another temple. Nothing great archeologically or architecturally.shoddy work again by ASI. Can finish it in five minutes.

Thank anchal1212
Reviewed 18 April 2017

The pair of temples made of sandstone were built by King Mahipala of the Kachchhwaha dynasty. It’s name is derived from Sahastra-bahu, another name of the ‘thousand-armed’ Lord Vishnu. As per the folklore, the wife of the king was a devotee of Lord Vishnu while...More

Thank AnjaliChawla
Reviewed 15 April 2017

This is a so so beautiful temple situated near Gwalior fort on the Beautiful Hills. The temple doesn't mean about the Relation about Mother-in-law and Daughter-in-law relation as this sounds in the Hindi. The temple is named after a God who had 100 hands.

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