Near by Places

1. Bir Singh Palace Datia

Bir Singh Palace Datia On one of the low hills over which the town is built stands the magnificent palace of Bir Singh Dev. This palace is one of the finest examples of domestic architecture of our country. It is said that Maharaja Bir singh Dev, while on his visit to Mathura in A.D. 1614, got himself weighed with gold and subsequently started constructing this palace, which was completed in nine years. It is built purely of stone and bricks with no trace either of wood or iron. It is built in the form of a square, the monotony being relieved by four octagonal towers, one at each corner, and string courses of stone lattice work defining the five storeys. The summit is ornamented by numerous chhatris crowned with ribbed domes, while many of the ceilings in its chambers are finely carved. The southern face over looks a large lake.

2. Rajgarh Palace & Museum

Rajgarh Palace is located near Peetambra-Peeth was built by King Shatrujit Bundela. Palace is made of Bundeli Archetecture. Museum is also located this place and is collection of Geological & Cultural Importance things.

 

3. Gujarra

 

 

Gujarra is 17 Km. from Datia and is famous for “Ashoka’s Shilalekh”.

 

4. Badoni

This place is known as Chhoti Badoni and is located about 10 Km. from Datia City. There are Guptkalin temples of “Boddh” and “Jain” Religion and famous for Bundeli Archetecture “Fort” and “Hawelies”.

 

5. Seondha

Seondha is located 70 Km. from Datia and is connected road only. This Tehsil Headquarter is famous for Water fall on Sindh River, Kanhargarh Fort, and Nandnandan temple. At fifteen kilometers from Seondha there is famous temple of “Ratangarh Mata” Temple. This temple is located in dense forest.

 

6. Bhander

Bhander is located 30 Km. from Datia. Bhander is recently merged as 3rd Tehsil in Datia District. Mahabharat period name of Bhander was “Bhandakpur” and famous for Son-Tallaiya, Laxman Mandir and Old Fort.

 

7. Botonical Garden

This is located on Datia-Bhander road at 5 Km. This place is developed by Forest Department and is dense forest as well as natural place

8.  Orchha (ओरछा):-

 

 

Ram Raja Sarkar Oracha mandir
Ram Raja Sarkar Oracha mandir

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Orchha (or Urchha) is a town in Tikamgarh district if Madhya Pradesh state India. The town was established by Maharaja Rudra Pratap Singh in 1501, as the seat of an eponymous former princely state of central India, in theBundelkhand region. Orchha lies on the Betwa River, 55 km from Shri Sidh Baba Mandir & 40 km from Datia M.P.

Travel attractions in Orchha form an integral part of the tourism in Madhya Pradesh. Laxminarayan Temple, Sunder Mahal, Chattris of Orchha and Ram Raja Temple are some of the tourist sites that add delight to sightseeing in the territory.