Not long ago the name Madhya Pradesh was synonymous with huge palace of Gwalior, Jhansi and Khajuraho. For the tourists and enthusiastic travelers the royal architecture and regal heritage of Bundelkhand in Madhya Pradesh is always appealing and it’s a wish of every traveler to see these marvels.
Not many people knew about the Bundelkhandi culture and its tribal life. With the aim of preserving and encouraging Bundelkhandi culture and to make people aware about the magnificent cenotaphs of mammoth size, Orchha the hidden town came into the highlight of tourism map in Madhya Pradesh.
Within a drivable distance between Jhansi and Khajuraho – is the marvellously hidden town of Orchha.
As you step inside the town, you get a mesmerizing view of the huge cenotaphs touching the shimmering River Betwa, the temples of Chaturbhuj, Laxmi Narayan and Raja Ram built in the palace depict the grandeur of Bundelkhand in Orchha.
Amar Mahal, the palace hotel in Orchha is the true epitome of Bundelkhand’s royal grandeur. Traditional rooms and suits decorated with splendid workmanship present a feeling of splendour untouched by vanity. A complete experience of the prosperous era enthrals every visitor. Dining area offers a delightful ambiance with a view of the cenotaphs in the backdrop and the rustic aromas of Bundelkhandi cuisines add more points to the overall dining experience.