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Know About Lalitpur

Know About Lalitpur City, MrCabby offers Cab Hire services in Lalitpur with Driver, Tourist Places by Taxi Booking


Know about Lalitpur City:

Lalitpur District is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh state of India. Lalitpur District is a part of Jhansi Division. Lalitpur is the main town and administrative headquarters.The geographical area of the district is 5039 Sq. Kms.  and has a population of 1,221,592 as per the census 2011. Lalitpur District was formerly part of the state of Chanderi, founded in the 17th century by a Bundela Rajput who was descended from Rudra Pratap of Orchha. Chanderi, along with most of Bundelkhand, came under Maratha hegemony in the 18th century. Daulat Rao Sindhia of neighbouring Gwalior annexed Chanderi state in 1811. In 1844, the former state of Chanderi was ceded to the British, and became the Chanderi District of British India, with Lalitpur town as the district headquarters. The British lost the district in the Indian Rebellion of 1857, and it was not reconquered until late 1858. In 1861, the portion of the district west of the Betwa, including Chanderi, was returned to Gwalior, and the remainder was renamed Lalitpur District. Lalitpur District was made part of Jhansi District from 1891 to 1974.


Places to visit in Lalitpur By Hire cab with MrCabby:


  • Devgarh

    Deogarh is a village in Lalitpur district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is located on the right bank of Betwa River and to the west of Lalitpur hills. It is known for Gupta monuments and for many ancient monuments of Hindu and Jain origins are in and outside the walls of the fort. The Gupta temple dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, popularly known as the Dashavatara Temple and dated to the 6th-century CE,[4] is the earliest known Panchayatana temple in North India. The fort on the hill is dominated by a cluster of Jain temples on its eastern part, the oldest of these dating to the 8th or 9th century. Apart from Jain temples, the wall frescoes of Jain images of “iconographic and the stylistic variety”, are special features of the fort. The three ghats (ghat means “flight of stone steps leading to the river”), which provide approach to the Betwa river edge from the fort – the Nahar Ghat, the Rajghat and the ghat with the Siddh ki Gufa (saints cave) – are also of archeological significance.


  • Rajghat Dam

    It is a huge water reservoir on Betwa River. There are nice parks and scenic places near it. Many movies are shot here.


  • Muchkund Cave

    These natural caves situated in a valley are believed to have sheltered Saint Muchkund who lived and Meditated here. Lord Krishna is also said to have visited these caves during the Mahabharat era.


  • Dashavatar Temple

    This Gupta period Vishnu temple is the earliest known Panchayatan temple of north India. The terraced basement above the high temple plinth is adorned with a continuous row of sculptured panels. A highly carved doorway with Ganga_Yamuna figures leads to sanctum sanctorum or the garbhagriha. Three big Rathika Panels – Gajendra Moksha, Nara-Narayan tapasya and the Anantshai Vishnu – set in the side walls depict Vaishnava mythological scenes carved in high relief. The temple is noted for being the first north Indian temple with a spire or shikhara. Erotic panels are an added attraction.


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