Datia – Older than its tales

Tripoto

Rajgarh Palace, in

Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor

Birsingh Deo Palace from rajgarh palace.

Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor
Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor

the ruins of an old fort, carrying stories of the hidden treasure in it. @ Badon

Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor

@ Badoni, Datia

Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor

@ Badoni, Datia

Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor

@ Badoni, Datia

Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor

@ Badoni, Datia

Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor

some places are better hidden from the rest :) @ Badoni, Datia

Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor

Infinity pool in the lap of nature :) @ Badoni, Datia

Photo of Datia – Older than its tales by art_factor

Datia is an ancient town, mentioned in the Mahabharata as Daityavakra. Datia is a famed for the seven-storied palace built by Raja Beer Singh Deo in 1614. It is built purely in stone and bricks, no trace either of wood or iron is used here. It is ornamented by numerous chhatris crowned with ribbed domes while many of its ceilings are finely carved from inside. Datia is a living heritage to sum up, with narrow steep lanes, ribbed brick structures scattered all over the city.

Be the first one to comment