Raja Mahal, Orchha

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#5 of 7 in Historic Sites in Orchha
Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Kings and queens resided at Raja Mahal until it was abandoned in the 1780s. Today, deities like Vishnu, Krishna, and Ganesh engage in various activities across the vivid murals painted on the walls and ceilings. The upper levels provide great views through their stone lattice windows. Arrange to visit Raja Mahal and other attractions in Orchha using our Orchha itinerary planner.
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  • The Raja Mahal is one of the main palaces inside the Orchha Fort complex and in terms of enjoyment, is probably second to Jahangir Mahal. The Raja Mahal was the royal residence of the Bundela...  more »
  • I found this place more beautiful and fascinating then Jehangir Mahal. It was the palace of the King and Queens. The paintings in the rooms are awesome. They have a story line in them, and to...  more »
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  • The place that used to be residence of the Kings of Orccha . This massive palace was built in 17th century and has withstood the test of time without loosing it's charm. It definitely transports you back to Golden era's of the history. 5 rs entry free for Indian tourist , 25 rs camera fee.
  • Nice, big and clean with amazing views and structures. Not unlike other forts' architecture but it has a unique and interesting history.
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