Rai Parveen Mahal


One of the prime travel attractions in Orchha, the Rai Parveen Mahal is a three storied beautiful palace that has history embedded in its every stone and brick.
The Rai Parveen Mahal in Orchha was built by Maharajah Indrajit Singh 1618.

Also known as Rai Parveen Manika Bhavan and Anand Mandal Bagh, the old plaace is dedicated to Rai Parveen - a famous and beautiful poetess, singer and dancer. It is said that Maharajah Indrajit was smitten by her charm and built this place in her honor.

The Rai Parveen Mahal of Orchha is surrounded by beautiful flower gardens and eye soothing greeneries. The second floor of the Rai Parveen Palace has sculptures and images depicting different Mudras or postures of classical Indian dances.



Last Updated on 19/06/2013

     


     

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