Orchha Fort, Orchha
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Filled with ancient monuments dating back to the 16th century, Orchha Fort is a beautiful yet small town brimming with temples, palaces, gardens, and pavilions. Expect to enter the complex through an arched causeway, keeping your eyes peeled for battlements along the fort walls. Once inside, find yourself in an open space surrounded by palaces decorated with projected balconies and latticed windows. Do not miss the Raja Mahal, the elaborate structure where royalty lived up until the 18th century. Remember to wear good walking shoes to help with all the exploring and climbing you'll do at this attraction. Make Orchha Fort a part of your Orchha vacation plans using our Orchha itinerary maker.
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Beautiful construction and decor. Light and sound show more sound than light, but the overacting in English was fun.
Un lugar donde admirar la cultura y el pasado hindú, en un palacio cerca de la jungla y con vistas privilegiadas a la bonita ciudad de Orchha, llena de templos y palaciosA place where admire the culture and the hindu past, in a Palace near the jungle and with a privileged view to the beautiful city of Orchha, filled with temples and palacesshow original
Orchha’nın esas cazibesi, kalenin içinde yer alan saraylarıdır. Saray iki ayrı bölümden oluşmaktadır, Jahangir (Cihangir) Mahal ve Raca Mahal. Raja Mahal Bundela mimari tarzının örneği, Jahangir Mahal... read more »Orchha's main charm, located in the Castle saraylarıdır. The Palace consists of two distinct parts, Jahangir (Chok) Mahal and R Mahal. The Raja Mahal Bundela architectural style example, Jahangir Mahal most beautiful architecture of the Mughal Empire and live classical example. in the 16th century the castle was built as a garrison. Orchha who visited Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built for Cihangir more than a few days when the King is said to stay. The three-storey Royal relaxation Palace 236 rooms around the large central courtyard. Saray Mughal architectural style seen in many Rajput architectural elements interspersed in between. The building is embellished with tiles and "Chhatris" s (Canopy or umbrella emanetle, Indian high dome-shaped Pavilion-like structure often used In element) with small, dome-like structures cupolas silhouette. Giving the appearance of a castles at four corners solid bushings. Jahangir Mahal is adjacent to 1531 Rudra Pratap are first building, built by Raja Mahal. The five-storey house has a simple external, it is worth noting that with the wealth of outstanding wall paintings. Ramayana and Mahabharata scenes as well as the life of the medieval palace, there are pictures painted in vivid tones.show original
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