Collaboration with Yahoo & Madhya Pradesh tourism
Orchha is not just a landscape of buildings. It is a town filled with stories. Every monument of Orrcha echoes tales of friendship, romance, betrayal, mysticism and sacrifice. Intriguing, funny, unbelievable and irresistible these stories breathe life into these ancient mahals and mandirs, some of them still in ruins.
Let’s take the example of the ancient Persian style towers that stand amidst a colorful market, and are popularly known as Sawan Bhadon (names of two spring months in local Indian calendar).
The locals say that they stand for two brothers who meet everyday at midnight. And this is just one of the tales associated with this monument.
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that every building in Orccha is permeated with stories, and some with strange twists too.
Behind the ruins of a melancholic yellow palace which now houses a bazaar, I heard the story of Lala Hardaul, a local prince who is worshipped in a small temple and is addressed as God.
“Woh hamara bhagwan hai, hamari raksha karta hai, kabhi bhi zinda aayega,” said a local woman, claiming that Hardaul is alive and is their God.
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