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Orchha Cenotaphs – Picture Perfect

Orchha Cenotaphs – Picture Perfect

As I wrote earlier that we reached Orchha in the morning as we came by overnight train from Delhi. The first day we explored the fort, Jahangir Palace, and river at the slow pace. Orchha cenotaphs we had seen from across the river during sunset. On the second day, we decided to visit Chhatris, which we had seen from across the river during sunset. When we reached the area and noticed there was no one except the gate keeper. He…

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Orchha and It’s Fort Complex

Orchha and It’s Fort Complex

After traveling alone couple of times, finally, I was traveling two others girls. It’s always fun to travel in good company. I planned to travel by train to Jhansi, which is approx 15 km from Orchha. As usual, I suggested overnight trains (Journey is 6-7 hours from Delhi by train) and both of them agreed. I booked a train which was leaving at 11.00 PM and reaching at 5.30 AM, fortunately, our train got late 😉 and we reached at…

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Orchha sightseeing- Other then it’s monuments

Orchha sightseeing- Other then it’s monuments

Orchha is a small town but,due to its fort, Cenotaphs, and temple tourists visit it. There are many popular places to see in Orchha but this post is about undiscriptive places in Orchha sightseeing tour. There are many hotels of the different budget for all kind of travelers. Food options are plenty but honestly, it was hard to find a place where I can have a good meal except for breakfast when we had freshly made stuffed parathas. The people…

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Bridge crossing Solution on Betwa River

Bridge crossing Solution on Betwa River

I came across a bridge in Orchha which has no side railing/balustrade on sides. It consists of just a cement road. The width of the road was just enough for a bus/truck and with one-foot extra space. It was one of the fun experience and we developed our bridge crossing solution. We crossed the road once in autorickshaw (Tuk-tuk) to go to the sanctuary and twice on foot to watch sunset/sunrise. After crossing the road couple of times, we got…

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