Orchha-Datia


Orchha to Datia tour helps the tourists to imbibe the rustic beauty of Orchha. Datia is situated about 320 kilometers from Bhopal and about 69 kilometers from Orchha.

Some of the tourist sites in Datia that forms an important part of weekend tours from Orchha are:
  • Seondha - Seondha is located about 70 kilometers from Datia. It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Datia that attracts a large number of tourists from across the world. Among the major sites in Seondha are Water fall on the river Sindh, Kanhargarh Fort, Temple of 'Ratangarh Mata' and Nandnandan Temple.

  • Sonagiri Temples - Sonagiri is known for its Jain shrines. Legends believe that King Nanganag Kumar attained salvation at this site. Every year thousands of devotees from across the world come to the Sonagiri to pay reverence to the ascetic saints.

  • Rajgarh Palace and Museum - Situated near Peetambra-Peeth, Rajgarh Palace and Museum was constructed by King Shatrujit Bundela. The museum is known to possess rare collection of artifacts of geological as well as cultural importance.

  • Botanical Garden - Located on Datia-Bhandar road, Botanical Garden forms an important part of Orchha-Datia tour. The garden is maintained and developed by the Forest Department and is one of the favorite sites for the nature lovers.
Besides these sites, we can also come across a number of sites in Datia. To name a few:
  • Udnu Ki Toriya
  • Badoni
  • Govind Palace
  • Bhander
  • Pancham Kavi Ki Toriya
  • Peetambra Peeth
  • Gujarra




Last Updated on 19/06/2013

     


     

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