Krishnayan Heritage is all about stepping back in time to experience the royal, old world charm with a contemporary touch. A magnificent sandstone 'haveli' nestled within bucolic environs in the centre of Gwalior, it charmingly blends the grandeur of the imperial era with all modern conveniences, to offer you the best of both worlds.
Built over a century ago, this Haveli has hosted many royal families, noted historians & eminent dignitaries. Come and experience the warm hospitality & glorious traditions of the bygone era.


The foundation stone of this beautiful 'haveli' was laid a century ago, in 1920, by Sardar Anandrao Saheb Phalke Shamsher Jung Bahadur to commemorate the birth of the first direct heir, Sardar Chandrasenrao Phalke, after almost seven generations of adoptions. It was named 'Krishna Mandir' after the Late Sardar Chandrasenrao's mother, Krishna Bai Saheb and the 'Kul Devata (family deity), 'Lord Krishna'.
Built on the family's sprawling estate of thirty acres using only lime, pink Sand and sugar, the building has a ground floor plus one and its construction was completed in 1926. The high ceilings and thick walls add to its grandeur, but the true wonder of this 'haveli' lies in the fact that its load is entirely borne by the arches and its single stone pillars.
Ensconced within the same estate surrounding the 'haveli' is the family 'Dev Ghar '(special worship place) where the very first foundation stone of the family home was laid, as well as the Chaturbhuj or Bihari Mandir, dedicated to Lord Krishna.


We have 08 well appointed rooms, including a two bedroom suite, The room décor bears imposing touches of the bygone era, while affording the convenience of a host of modern amenities.
Burma teak furniture, exquisite paintings, family heirloom objet d'art takes you back to the regal times. Revel in a heady experience, which seamlessly combines the best that two worlds separated by a century have to offer.


Perched high at the top of a vast rocky massif, Gwalior Fort is a place hard to miss being visible from every nook and corner of the city. Regarded as one of most impregnable fortress of north and central India, the place is a must visit.

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Mitaoli, Padavali & Bateshwar-A beautiful set of structures dating back to the Gupta and Gurjara-Pratihara dynasties define the mastery of a historic era. The marvels of Mitaoli, Padavali, and Bateshwar temples are situated just a few kilometres from the city of Gwalior.

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