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  The splendor of this royal city is living since sixth century. Once upon a time the patron saint of the shepherds and cowherds, Gwallipa, cured a king a of leprosy and thus the city got its name Gwalior on the saint.
With the decline of Muslim power in Delhi, Gwalior fell under the sway the Marathas- Scindias assumed sovereign power. The Scindias, counted among the most glamorous of Indian princes, became famous of their wealth and were popular with successive viceroys because of their generous hospitality and capacity to organize thrilling tiger shoots for visiting dignitaries.

Geographically situated at the heart of India, The Scindia School is about the spirit of India. The spirit, that makes human beings humane, pervades the school, moulding scholars to steer India in its path of progress. One of the factors lending to the beauty and invigorating atmosphere of the school is its unique setting on a historic fort 300 ft above the surrounding city. Such a historic, natural and tranquil place away from the din of the city affords an ideal educational environment for both the students and the teachers. A sense of history and achievement in the air serves as a natural impetus towards the Scindianís quest for excellence in all spheres of human development as a Global citizen.

The fort city of Gwalior is situated in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh on the main New Delhi'Mumbai and New Delhi'Chennai rail link. It is around 321 km from Delhi. The city extends between latitude 26'14' in the north to longitude 78'10' in the east.

Best time to Visit::
The climate of Gwalior is extreme with hot summers and cold winters. The maximum temperature during the summer months can touch as high as 46'C, while in the winters it can go down to below 5'C. Monsoon starts from the first week of June and remains there till August/September.

How to get There :::
By air:

The airport at Gwalior receives domestic flights from Delhi (travel time-50 min.), Mumbai (travel time-3 hr 30 min.), Bhopal (travel time-45 min.), Indore and Jabalpur. From Delhi, Indian Airlines has flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; and Alliance Air has flights on Mondays and Fridays. Book a flight with any of the domestic airlines.

By train:
Gwalior is on the Central Railway's main Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Chennai lines. A convenient train from Delhi is the New Delhi-Bhopal Shatabdi Express which runs daily (travel time-3 hr 30 min.).

By road:
Gwalior is connected to most cities in India. It is 118 km from Agra, 420 km from Bhopal, 1086 km from Mumbai, 318 km from Delhi, 486 km from Indore, 280 km from Khajuraho and 344 km from Sanchi.

The Tansen Music Festival:

Gwalior has special affinity with the classical music and singing. It has been an influence on the Hindustani classical music. Gwalior has retained the strong musical tradition. Tansen the exponent of Dhrupad style, went on to evolve the Gwalior Gharana whose contemporary exponent is the world renowned Sarod player Amjad Ali Khan. As a tribute to Tansen, the great master of classical music, a festival is organised in the month of November / December every year. Renowned musicians from the country gather to give performance during the festival.


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