Gadpehra Temple2, Gadpehra Temple, Sagar
Gadpehra Temple2, Gadpehra Temple, Sagar

It is also called old Sagar,was the capital of the Dangi Kingdom. It is situated six miles north of Sagar Jhansi road. Gadphara still has some historical remains. The fort build on a low range of hills, is approached  by a steep road leading to bastion, a rough gateway and a white washed temple on a platform. There are remains of a summer residence called a Shish Mahal or Glass palace of the Dangi Rular. It is a square building very much like a Muslim tomb consisting of two stores, each room having a veranda all around. The glassed tiles of various colors are fixed alternatively in the panel of the battlement and in the ribbing of the domes. It is attributed to Raja Jaisingh who is supposed to have live about 200 years ago. In the neighbour hood is a tomb which is treated as an object of worship.Below the hill toward the north is small lake called Motital.


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By Air

Nearest Airport is Jabalpur 180 km. Bhopal 200 km

By Train

Nearest railway station is Saugor(Sagar)

By Road

15 KM distance from City


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