Chhatries in Orchha


The Chhatries in Orchha bears relics to the royal glory and grandeur of the place during the bygone era. Situated besides the mighty River Betwa, the Chhatries are prominent travel attractions in Orchha.

The beautifully constructed Chhatries in Orchha were constructed to symbolize the immense contribution of each ruler of the dynasty of Bundelkhand of the ancient times. Representing the rich architectural skills of the local craftsmen of the ancient period, the beautiful Chhatries add to the beauty of the place.

A mark of respect for the imperial blue blood of the mighty rulers of Bundelkhand dynasty, the Chhatries speak volumes about the enriched cultural heritage and traditional legacy of the ancient times. The fourteen Chhatries in Orchha were erected after the name of each ruler of the royal dynasty of Bundelkhand to crown their success in the several wars with the neighboring rulers and intruders.

Amidst the pictorial landscape of Orchha, the Chhatries stand tall with their over imposing giant architectural structures. The Chhatries draw numerous tourists from far and wide who are absolutely thrilled with the awesome architecture of the huge monuments.

The splendid architectural construction of the Chhatries portrays the rich artistic caliber and creative imagination of the local artisans and craftsmen of the traditional period. The narrow bridge across the River Betwa offers the tourists with a wonderful opportunity to explore the fine engravings on the walls of the Chhatries. The reflection of the huge monument on the stagnant water of Betwa imparts an awesome look to the Chhatries.



Last Updated on 19/06/2013

     


     

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