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 Dravidian square roof and Indo-Aryan decorations. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Pratihara temple is covered with sculptures and a Garuda tops its 5m-high doorway.