Teli ka Mandir is a Hindu temple located within the Gwalior Fort in Madhya Pradesh, India. Dedicated to the god Vishnu, it has been dated to between the 8th and 11th centuries AD. It is both the loftiest and oldest surviving structure within the fort.
Teli ka Mandir combines the Nagara and Dravida styles of architecture and shows influences of Buddhist architecture. The temple has a rectangular plan and is mounted by a barrel vault with the walls containing empty niches surmounted by tall pediments. The oblong, vaulted roof derives from the influence of Buddhist chaitya architecture and bears resemblance to the Vaital Deul in Bhubaneshwar.