If Madhya Pradesh is the “Heart of Incredible India”, then Orchha is its heart. Founded in the 16th century by the Bundela chief Maharaja Rudra Pratap, this town today lies well off the beaten track for most travellers. With its riches of palaces, temples and cenotaphs by the banks of the Betwa River, it is a fascinating study in sepia. When in Orchha, here’s what you can see, do and experience.
From a story I did for the Conde Nast Traveller website – ‘Exploring Orchha‘…
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I remembered your article on Orchha when I read about the place in Indu Sundaresan’s Shadow Princess.