Located on the bank of Betwa River, Orchha is an attractively old-fashioned yet royal town that improves the charm of MP, which is the extremely important part of amazing India. A small hamlet of beautiful and clearly say structures, Orchha is a memory of the Bundela Time in history. The (related to the beautiful design and construction of buildings, etc.) is the most important attraction that draws history buffs to Orchha. Apart from (related to the beautiful design and construction of buildings, etc.), Orchha is quite an extreme happiness in terms of being less populated and obviously lesser crowded. The attractively old-fashioned and rich and fancy settings and the quiet in the air make Orchha a perfect getaway in Madhya Pradesh.
Orchha FortJahangir Mahal Chaturbhuj TempleRaja Ram TempleRaja MahalUth Khana (CamelShelter)Lakshmi TempleSawan Bhado (tall supporting posts/important parts)Phool BaghPaalkiMahalKhana HammamDinman Hardaul’s PalaceRaj Praveen Mahal
Must-do in Orchha:
Watch the sunset over the beautiful Betwa River
Apart from visiting palaces and fort make sure to walk down the Elephant Stable
Attend Aarti at Ram Raja Palace
Get the short look of rare Indian (bird that eats dead animals)
Watch the Light and Sound Show at Ram Raja Mahal
Buy Hand-made paper items
Insist a local to narrate few old stories
Where to Stay in Orchha: There are a few low-budget hotels available in Orchha. Also, MPTourism Department runs a historic hotel in Sheesh Mahal and there are also available few resorts on the bank of Betwa River. One can also stay at Jhansi as there are a number of hotels available (Jhansi is only 14kms from Orchha).
How to Reach Orchha: The most convenient way to reach Orchha is to first take a train till Jhansi(14kms from Orchha). From Jhansi a number of buses and cars are available for Orchha.
Best Time to Visit Orchha: January to March and October to December