A sprawling palace complex located inside the Gwalior Fort, Gujari Mahal was built by Raja Man Singh in the 15th century as a monument of love for his gujar queen, Mrignayani, who was the daughter of a milkman. Folklore says the king had fallen in love with doe-eyed Mrignayani while on a hunt. She agreed to marry him on the condition that the king would build a palace for her with a continuous water supply from River Rai. While the outer structure of the palace is almost intact, inside it is a museum that houses a vast collection of terracotta items, copies of Bagh cave frescoes, archaeological remains from 1st and 2nd century BC, and religious scriptures.

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