Activities Around Deo Bagh

Neemrana's heritage hotel in Gwalior is also a non-hotel Hotel, because it was originally built as a garden. Great efforts have been made to maintain the old charm of Deo Bagh while ensuring more than the basic comforts that have come to be associated with the changes in lifestyle since the 17th century. Deo Bagh offers a unique opportunity to wake up in a Char Bagh where Mughal emperors once camped ! There are various places to visit in Gwalior, including local excursions and sight-seeing in and around Gwalior that help our guests rediscover real India off the beaten tourist track.
Besides these things to do in Gwalior, is the experience of visiting a char bagh and the temple-cenotaphs at Deo Bagh itself! Our heritage hotel in Gwalior enables one to graduate- from tourist to traveller ! Deo Bagh also hosts birthdays, anniversaries, and other memorable occasions.

Activities

Gwalior Fort

The Gwalior fort is in close proximity to Deo Bagh and its antecedents date back to the 8th century. It is positioned on an isolated rock mass and contains a number of historic buildings. This fortress has been integral to the history of the...

Urvai Gate Rock Sculptures

The most impressive sculptures are those along the long climb up from Urvai Gate. These rock sculptures date back to the 15th century, and represent nude figures of tirthankars (the 24 great Jain teachers) that were defaced by Babur’s army in...

Sas Bahu Temple

A 9th century shrine, the Saas-Bahu temple in the fort allures not only the devotees but also the visitors with its artistic value. Although the name indicates a connection, these temples are not dedicated to Sas (mother-in-law) and Bahu (...

Teli ka Mandir

The Teli ka Mandir is the tallest and most stunning monument temple in the compound of the Gwalior Fort. It was used as a soda factory and coffee shop by the British after the Indian Uprising. The hybrid design of Teli ka Mandir incorporates a...

Tansen ka Makbara

In the same compound of the Gwalior Fort is the smaller, simpler Tomb of Tansen, a singer much admired by Akbar and held to be a father of Indian classical music. Chewing the leaves of the tamarind tree at Tansen's grave supposedly enriches your...

State Archaeological Museum

This museum is within Gujari Mahal, just past Gwalior Gate, at the base of the fort. Built in the 15th century by Man Singh for his favourite Rani, the palace has, now deteriorated. There’s a large collection of Hindu and Jain sculptures,...

JAI VILAS PALACE

The Jai Vilas Palace, down in central Gwalior, was built by Maharaja Jayajirao in 1874 using prisoners that were captured in the Gwalior Fort. The convicts were rewarded with the 12-year job of weaving the hall carpet, the largest in Asia. This...