Ancient Orchha in Pictures

Established in 1501 by Maharaja Rudra Pratap Singh, Orchaa is a town located in Tikamgarh district of Madhya Pradesh. It’s a small town located on betwa river. If one wants to escape from commercial tourism and experience a typical village life in India, then Orchaa is the consummate place for you. It gives you the glimpse of the bygone era of the ‘Maharajas’ rule and at the same time make you aware of the challenging and stalwart life led by the natives. Here we are sharing with you the vintage pictures of this incredible town – Orchha.

 

Phool Bagh

Phool Bagh

Orchha Architecture

Orchha Architecture

Bir Singh Deo cenotaph Orchha

Bir Singh Deo cenotaph Orchha

Cenotaphs

Cenotaphs

Cenotaphs 2

Cenotaphs 2

Chaturbhuj Temple

Chaturbhuj Temple

Museum at Orchha

Museum at Orchha

orchha 1885

orchha 1885

Orchha courtyard temple Ram Raja

Orchha courtyard temple Ram Raja

Orchha Fort

Orchha Fort

Orchha Fort

Orchha Fort

Orchha Palace

Orchha Palace

Orchha is a land of mysteries and surprises. Pilgrims from all over the world converge on Ram Raja Temple which is a majestic and ancient pilgrim site situated in the heart of this hidden town Orchha.

So with its fascinating cultural tapestry, extraordinary natural beauty and landscapes, remarkable  heritage and Indian legacy it is one of the most enigmatic destinations of India  to get to know, discover and experience!.

The palace hotel Amar Mahal Orchha is a luxurious and gastronomic delight for those who seek a complete rejuvenation and vacation in this incredible town of wonders.

 

For more information, visit..

 

Amar Mahal
Orchha, District Tikamgarh,
Madhya Pradesh – INDIA
Tel : + 917680252102, 252202
Fax : +917680-252203
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