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The size is incredible

Even though there had not been any rain for ages, this was still an incredible place to see. You... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2017
Aisha G
Brisbane, Australia
Quite and peaceful holy place with amazing architecture

We visited Machkund which is also known as Mini Pushkar since it's a lake surrounded by temples and... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2017
Vikram K
via mobile
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Oct 14, 2017
“The size is incredible”
Aug 31, 2017
“Quite and peaceful holy place with amazing architecture”
Dholpur, India
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

Even though there had not been any rain for ages, this was still an incredible place to see. You need binoculars (or telephoto lense) to see the other side of the huge lake. Look out for kingfishers and indian ringnecks, as well as the MONKEYS...More

Thank Aisha G
Reviewed 31 August 2017 via mobile

We visited Machkund which is also known as Mini Pushkar since it's a lake surrounded by temples and ghats all around. The lake was full of Lotus plants. It's believed to be the place where Lord Krishna left the war and hence is also known...More

Thank Vikram K
Reviewed 17 August 2017

The nephew of all Teerth, #Tirthraj-Muchkund series of 108 temples surrounded around a large holy pond.

1  Thank npsindotin
Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

This temple has a lot of historic value . Its a pretty under renovation around the temple . But the temple was nicely build in red stone.

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Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

Only place in dholpur..which attract me...good clean & piece full environment..with beautiful water storage...so many chhatari.. beautiful temples.....

1  Thank Pankaj G
Reviewed 4 November 2016

Dholpur is often neglected by travelers in their rush to visit Gwalior, We stopped over here for a snack break and the locals informed us about this temple. Its quite pretty and peaceful, suggest you try to avoid it during noon as its quite hot...More

1  Thank Ali_Molai
Reviewed 18 July 2016

If you are into history and discovering historical places off the grid, this should be a spot you must visit. To understand the historical significance, just paint of picture where Lord Krishna came running from Mathura being chased by demon Kaal Yaman and hid in...More

Thank Nitin S
Reviewed 23 March 2016

The temple complex and mythology of Machkund is very interesting and provokes a sense of peace and calmness. However, this place needs serious attention from the local authorities. The waterbody needs to be cleaned and dumping of waste into it has to seriously controlled. The...More

1  Thank DurgeshSingh
Reviewed 10 September 2015

Proceeding towards the NH3 towards Gwalior, there is an expansive junction. Take a right here along a more or less deserted stretch, with an occasional tractor ploughing by. The four kilometres is very scenic – you have the Aravali mountain range serenading you on the...More

Thank Wanderink
Reviewed 18 October 2011

Its a good historical place and also one the theerth place and there is very high belief of people in nearby places. People take's the bath in the holy lake ( Kund ) . But its little dusty. Renovation is going on for this place....More

7  Thank Randheer P
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