Half way along the trip I had realized that my trip to this splendid town of Madhya Pradesh had been shaping itself into the sort of footloosing I had never expected. Back in the school day, I did not care much for history, but twirling around the forts and temples, it’s difficult not to pay attention to the guide and gasp as you could relate the past of this country and its dense antiquity. Orcha’s is one of the finer location you could set off with your family, or rather perfect for school trips.
This town’s splendor is apprehended in stone and is stationary in the history books is one of the finest legacy for the ages. Time stood still as the palaces and temples built by the Bundela rulers during the 17th century retain much of their primeval perfection. The city was founded earlier that century by Rudra Pratap, Rajput chieftainto whom the site was ideal for his capital. Raja Bir Singh, being the succeeding ruler who built the jaw-dropping Jehangir Mahal, a site for sore eyes. From here you can have the spectacular view of splendid temple spires and cenotaphs.