Saturday, December 08, 2007

Orchcha

I went to Orchcha in search of the palaces and tombs of the Bundela rajas; I expected a medieval ghost town, and while I certainly found my share of atmospheric ruins and monuments, I was pleasantly surprised to find a contemporary pilgrimage center and temple town as well...

The result: pictures. Lots of 'em...

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randramble said...

Nice pictures. Didn't know you dig into history / architecture too.

Sanjay said...

The conditions of the some parts/buildings are pathetic. It needs immediate attention from our heritage departments