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20 Attractions to Explore Near Kaila Mata Mandir

Kaila Mata Mandir
Kaila Mata MandirBari, Rajasthan 328021, India

A Hindu temple in the district of Dhaulpur. less attracted by the tourists.

Nearby Attractions

Damoh Waterfall
Damoh Waterfall26.73 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

This waterfall itself is formed by a stream of water falling from a height of 150 feet. Located inside the forest , trekking area, off road.

Machkund temple
Machkund temple27.15 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

It has a reservoir surrounded by a series of temples of different dates. The name comes from a Raja Muchkund, who is believed to have ruled 14 generations before Rama (from the Ramayana glory). King Muchkund was son of legendary king Mandhata. There are also the ruins of an ancient fort (1286) built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq.

Shergarh Fort Dholpur
Shergarh Fort Dholpur29.16 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

named after Sher Shah Suri. now in ruins, is said to be more than 3,000 years old. It is located to the south of the city, next to the Chambal River. As per historical records, this fort was first built by King Maldev in 1532. Sher Shah attacked and captured it. It had, then, been rechristened after Sher Shah Sur who restored the fort in 1540 AD to protect the Afghan kingdom from the onslaughts the Mewar in mid 16th century on the western frontier.

Sabalgarh Fort
Sabalgarh Fort49.31 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

Sabalgarh Fort is a 16-17th-century hill fort near Sabalgarh, Madhya Pradesh, situated on a large rock in the northeastern part of Sabalgarh. The fort consists of a defensive structure and one main palaces and many other buildings. The fort has been controlled by a number of different rulers in its history.

Fatehpur Sikri
Fatehpur Sikri50.28 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

The city founded as the capital of the Mughal Empire in 1571 by Emperor Akbar, serving this role from 1571 to 1585, when Akbar abandoned it due to a campaign in Punjab and was later completely abandoned in 1610. Today, it consists of a cluster of monuments- forts, stables, mosques etc., Buland Darwaza or the "Door of victory", is one of the main attractions here, which was the highest gateway in the world and this whole place is an example of Mughal architecture. It displays sophistication and h

Mandrayal Fort
Mandrayal Fort53.45 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

Mandrayal fort is an oldest fort situated in Karauli, which is famous for its huge gate and the architecture inside. it is less popular among tourists.

Hindaun Fort
Hindaun Fort57.47 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

This is an ancient fort located at Hindaun in Karauli district. The parts of the fort have been disintegrated and there is no proper source to protect the fort.

Keoladeo National Park
Keoladeo National Park57.79 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

This is a famous avifauna sanctuary that hosts thousands of birds, especially during the winter season. Over 230 species of birds are known to be resident. It is also a major tourist center with scores of ornithologists arriving here in the hibernal season.

TIGHRA DAM
TIGHRA DAM61.76 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

Tighra Dam was constructed in 1916 on the Sank River and is a major source of water for the city of Gwalior. This dam has been constructed in the vicinity of eleven villages. The villagers depend on this dam for their irrigation, drinking and domestic purpose. The dam is an engineering marvel that has a capacity of 4.8 million cubic meters.

Bateshwar Temple
Bateshwar Temple63.23 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

Bateshwar Temple is a group of Hindu temples. There is a group of small and big 200 temples made of sandstone in the group. These temples now become ruins. The group of temples spread over 25 acres of land. According to Madhya Pradesh's Archeology Directorate, this group of 200 temples was built during the reign of the Gurga-Pratihar dynasty.

Garhi Padhavali
Garhi Padhavali63.48 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

This 10th century Shiva temple in Morena was a famous temple that attracts a lot of tourists. The interior of this temple comprises of beautifully carved sculptures depicting stories from the Puranas and several other mythological epics. Later in the 19th century, the temple was fortified by the Jat Ranas rulers.

Kakanmath Temple
Kakanmath Temple63.83 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

Kakanmaṭh is a ruined 11th century Shiva temple located at Sihoniya in Madhya Pradesh, India. It was built by the Kachchhapaghata ruler Kirttiraja. Only a part of the original temple complex now survives. Some of the sculptures from the site are now located at Gwalior.

Lohagarh Fort
Lohagarh Fort65.14 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

It was constructed by Bharatpur jat rulers situated in Bharatpur. Maharaja Suraj Mal used all his power and wealth to a good cause and built numerous forts and palaces across his kingdom, one of them being the Lohagarh Fort (Iron fort), which was one of the strongest ever built in Indian history.

Chausath Yogini Temple
Chausath Yogini Temple66.38 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

Chausath Yogini Temple in Morena is located on a hilltop and one of the rarest of rare Hindu temples in India dedicated to the Tantric sect of Chausath or 64 Yogini. It is said that the design of the Indian Parliament is inspired by this temple in Morena. The Temples and monuments are well maintained by the archeological survey of India.

Shri Mahaveer Ji Temple
Shri Mahaveer Ji Temple69.69 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

This is a famous Jain pilgrimage site. The main deity here is that of the last and 24th Jain Tirthankara, Mahavira Bhagawan. This was established more than 200 years ago, thus it holds special significance for those who follow the tradition of Digambar in Jainism.

Sheetla Mata Mandir
Sheetla Mata Mandir71.77 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

A Hindu temple dedicated to Sheethla matha in Gwalior. This is a divine spiritual place and it is not only for sightseeing but enables you to steal a self indulgent moment for yourself as well.

Agra Fort
Agra Fort72.04 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

It was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty until 1638 when the capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi. The fort can be more accurately described as a walled city.

Gujari Mahal archaeological museum Gwalior
Gujari Mahal archaeological museum Gwalior72.15 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

This is a state museum in Gwalior, located in the fortress of the Gujari Mahal. It displays numerous artifacts of the region, including a fragment of the Garuda capital of the Heliodorus pillar from Vidisha. Rare artifacts at the museum include Hindu and Jain sculptures dated to the 1st and 2nd centuries BCE, a miniature statue of Salabhanjika, terracotta items and replicas of frescoes seen in the Bagh Caves.

Karn Mahal
Karn Mahal72.21 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

The Karan Mahal is another significant monument at Gwalior Fort. The Karn mahal was built by the second king of the Tomar dynasty, Kirti Singh. He was also known as Karn Singh, hence the name of the palace.

Sarod Ghar
Sarod Ghar72.24 KMs away from Kaila Mata Mandir

Sarod ghar is a museum of music and has been set up in the ancestral house of the legendary Ustad Hafiz Ali Khan. This museum houses ancient musical instruments which were used by legendary Indian musicians of the past. It also exhibits a great collection of documents and photographs and the aim of this museum is to promote Indian classical culture and music.