Orchha : Top 7 Best Places To Visit in orchha

Jehangir Mahal

This is an excellent example of Mughal architecture. The domes were built in accordance with Timurid practices and the gates, or Iwans, are large enough for War elephants to enter.

Ram Raja Temple 

The idols were not able to be moved once they had been placed on the ground. The place was declared holy, and a temple was built to house the idols. Ram Raja Temple is a peaceful structure, with a marble courtyard and colorful walls. 

Chattri

Chattris’ charm is best appreciated from the narrow bridge that spans the river on the other side. From this bridge, you can see the entire reflection of the tombs. Chattris’s domes are decorated with beautiful paintings that add to its charm, which has been attracting tourists for years. 

Orchha Fort 

The fort is located on the banks the River Betwa and boasts impressive stone carving and paintings within its walls. It caters to both history lovers and nature lovers. It is home to the Raja Mahal, a prominent example of intricate architecture.

Lakshmi Narayan Temple

It is constructed with lime mortar and is very well preserved. Due to its religious significance, the temple is a popular destination for history buffs as well as Hinduism followers. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi but there are no idols of her. This makes it one of Orchha’s most interesting places to visit. 

Phool Bagh

This beautiful garden was created as a monument to the martyrdom of Dinman Hardaul. He was accused of having an affair with his brother’s woman and he died to prove it. You can visit Phool Bag and tie a string at the sacred screen. 

Orchha Wildlife Sanctuary

As the tranquil River Betwa flows through the sanctuary, it is home to marine life as well as an important lifeline for the forest’s animals. This sanctuary offers a wonderful safari through the forest, which is home to more than 200 bird species.