We had great evening at the bank of river at chhatries enjoyed sunset here was amazing and unforgettable.
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Chattris are small piece of temple structured building. They are situated near the Betwa River side. They were being renovated during my visit in June 2017. There is nothing much to discouver, they are stinky and not well maintained.
Introduction: Chhatris is usually understood in India, as a memorial, built over the place where the funeral of an important personage was performed. At Orchha, the Chattris is on the bank of Betwa River, a total of 14, made for the rulers of Orchha. A...More
Beautiful and calm site, easy to walk around. Most buildings are the same designs but they are still very impressive.
The famed Chhatris of Orchha did not disappoint me. The monuments and the garden in front of them seem to be well maintained. Visit it just before dusk time and catch the silhouette of these monuments from the narrow bridge on the Betwa river.
These cenotaphs are well worth a visit. They were part of our tour and our tour guide from Jehangir Mahal said that they were his favourite, and I can see why. The grounds are well maintained by a volunteer. The cenotaphs are in a lovely...More
As this was located next to our hotel, we wandered over to visit it. A guard at the entrance wanted us to pay 100 rupee each (we are foreigners - probably less for locals!) but the family behind us told us to use the ticket...More
The Chhatris of Orchha are Cenotaphs built in the memory of various kings of Bundela dynasty. They are very well maintained with a beautiful campus. But there is no ticket counter or any noticeboard. There are no signposts either. The entrance is not well marked...More
Never seen before like experience They are made as Samadhis of great kings Six of them together in one campus, very attractive
Just by the waters of the river are these wonderful cenotaphs of the rulers of Orchha. A must visit if in Orchha. You get transported to another world.