We reached Gawalior railway station from Chandigarh 5 am. We took an auto to hotel we booked online. You will get good AC hotel room with in rupees 1000/- for couple nearby railway station.
After getting ready and taking breakfast first we head to Jai Vilas palace. That is around two kilometers from railway station.
It's a beautiful palace having white circular structure. You will have a glimpse of royal life within the palace. It was established in 1874 by Maharaja of Gawalior. It is a fine example of European architecture, designed and built by Sir Michael Filose. The area of the Jai Vilas palace is 1,240,771 square feet and it is particularly famous for its large Durbar Hall. The interior of the Durbar Hall is decorated with gilt and gold furnishings and adorned with a huge carpet and gigantic chandeliers.
After spending 3 hours, We ask auto rickshaw for good restaurant nearby for lunch. From there we left for sun temple that is around 8 kilometers from Jai Vilas Palace.
Gawalior Sun temple is a copy of Konark Sun Temple. The temple sits in the midst of a lush green garden that stands in a beautiful contrast to the meticulous architecture. We spent around two hours there and than left for Gopachal Parbat, that is around 8 km from Sun temple.
Gopachal rock-cut Jain monuments are group of Jain carvings dated to between 7th and 15th century. They are located around the walls of the Gawalior fort. They depict Tirthankaras in seated Padmasana posture as well as standing in Kayotsarga posture, in the typical naked form of Jain iconography.