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Lying at the crossroads of north India, the historic fort was a strategic outpost on the trade routes that fanned out from Delhi to Malwa, Gujarat, and the Deccan, and hence a coveted prize. No wonder Warren Hastings, the first Governor General of India, famously proclaimed, “The Gwalior fortress is the key to Hindoostan.” #IncredibleIndia +Neemrana Hotels Pvt. Ltd. #NewBlogPost #TravelBlogger
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Dominating the town of Gwalior is its magnificent fort built atop a solitary outcrop of the Vindhyas. Since its construction in the eighth century AD, the fort has had many masters, with practically every ruler of India laying siege to it. Over the centuries, the armies of the Rajputs, the Mughals, the Marathas, and the British have passed through its gates. Lying at the crossroads of north India, the historic fort was a strategic outpost on the trade routes that fanned out from Delhi to Malwa, Gujarat, and the Deccan, and hence a coveted prize. No wonder Babur described it as “the pearl in the necklace of the forts of Hind” and Warren Hastings, the first Governor General of India, famously proclaimed, “The Gwalior fortress is the key to Hindoostan.”
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Dominating the town of Gwalior is its magnificent fort built atop a solitary outcrop of the Vindhyas. Since its construction in the eighth century AD, the fort has had many masters, with practically every ruler of India laying siege to it. Over the centuries, the armies of the Rajputs, the Mughals, the Marathas, and the British have passed through its gates. Lying at the crossroads of north India, the historic fort was a strategic outpost on the trade routes that fanned out from Delhi to Malwa, Gujarat, and the Deccan, and hence a coveted prize. No wonder Babur described it as “the pearl in the necklace of the forts of Hind” and Warren Hastings, the first Governor General of India, famously proclaimed, “The Gwalior fortress is the key to Hindoostan.”
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Dominating the town of Gwalior is its magnificent fort built atop a solitary outcrop of the Vindhyas. Since its construction in the eighth century AD, the fort has had many masters, with practically every ruler of India laying siege to it. Over the centuries, the armies of the Rajputs, the Mughals, the Marathas, and the British have passed through its gates. Lying at the crossroads of north India, the historic fort was a strategic outpost on the trade routes that fanned out from Delhi to Malwa, Gujarat, and the Deccan, and hence a coveted prize. No wonder Babur described it as “the pearl in the necklace of the forts of Hind” and Warren Hastings, the first Governor General of India, famously proclaimed, “The Gwalior fortress is the key to Hindoostan.”
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Dominating the town of Gwalior is its magnificent fort built atop a solitary outcrop of the Vindhyas. Since its construction in the eighth century AD, the fort has had many masters, with practically every ruler of India laying siege to it. Over the centuries, the armies of the Rajputs, the Mughals, the Marathas, and the British have passed through its gates. Lying at the crossroads of north India, the historic fort was a strategic outpost on the trade routes that fanned out from Delhi to Malwa, Gujarat, and the Deccan, and hence a coveted prize. No wonder Babur described it as “the pearl in the necklace of the forts of Hind” and Warren Hastings, the first Governor General of India, famously proclaimed, “The Gwalior fortress is the key to Hindoostan.”
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Dominating the town of Gwalior is its magnificent fort built atop a solitary outcrop of the Vindhyas. Since its construction in the eighth century AD, the fort has had many masters, with practically every ruler of India laying siege to it. Over the centuries, the armies of the Rajputs, the Mughals, the Marathas, and the British have passed through its gates. Lying at the crossroads of north India, the historic fort was a strategic outpost on the trade routes that fanned out from Delhi to Malwa, Gujarat, and the Deccan, and hence a coveted prize. No wonder Babur described it as “the pearl in the necklace of the forts of Hind” and Warren Hastings, the first Governor General of India, famously proclaimed, “The Gwalior fortress is the key to Hindoostan.”
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