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As soon as you arrive in Orcha you cant help but marvel at all the temples dotted around that look similar to Ankor Watt in Cambodia. They are sampling stunning and you can watch the sunset over them from down by the river. This one...More
The complex of Cenotaphs is located at 5-minutes walk from the famous Orchha Fort and Ram Raja Temple. One can take a round around the complex and afterwards sit on the banks of River Betwa. The environment is extremely peaceful.
The Chatris are located at the riverside, in beautiful gardens, you will experience peace and tranquility there, I stayed 2 hours or more visiting the cénotaphes, watching and listening to the birds( green parrots, vultures making their nests, other unknown birds)...... In this place you...More
It is built in the memory of the bundela kings. Each one has uniqueness and is built in a way that exhibit a temple, church and mosque all in one. The entry upstairs are closed as at the top there are vultures who were getting...More
They are the milestone of Orchha and though made with lot of hard work and dedication somehow haven't been maintained all that well. But we liked the structures and the architecture ...overall decent place to visit
Well maintained garden in the complex, only one of the chhatris can be visited, est can be viewed from outside only. Place give awesome view of the river Betwa. Though chhatri as such is not maintained.
The cenotaphs, the well maintained lawns, The betwa river flowing nearby, the lovely monsoon weather and the colony of vultures which has nestled there makes this a most wonderful place to visit.
During my growing up years in Jaipur I could see vultures quite easily....More