Jal Jauhar kund or the tank used for Jauhar (mass immolation undertaken by the ladies) which took place when Iltutmish the slave king of Delhi besieged the fort and defeated the Parihar ruler.
There are rooms full of wonderful wooden furniture that include English Jacobean pieces (early 17th century) and French pieces.
This is the neo-classical marble statue of Leda and the swan in orgiastic coupling. The rooms around this statue feature wonderful 19th century Italian tiles as you can see in the picture.
The rooms that lead from the Maharaja Madhavrao Scindia room feature musical instruments, carpets hanging on the walls and clothes.
Gwalior Gate is also known as the Alamgiri Gate and is the first gate you'll come to if you're climbing up the path to the fort's north-eastern entrance. It was built in 1660.
The smaller of the two Sasbahu Temples is known as Daughter-in-Law and is dedicated to Shiva. Both temples were damaged by Aurangzeb's army but have since been restored.