so cute and so lovely place,... nice photo's
Wow! This is unlike any that I have seen, even in pictures!
This is amazing, if I did not know better, I would believe this is a miniature model. Beautiful.xoxo
It's marvellous place!
Oh my goodness! There is something strangly mystical about the cenotaphs...I wonder if I will be able to see this...
Marvelous and fascinating post as always, Rajesh! Love your photos! Hope you have a wonderful week!Sylvia
The setting beside the river is so beautiful for the exquisite monuments.
where were you when you photographed this. from this angle the structure doesn't look massive which I think it is.another beauty.
You always show such intersting buildings :)Have a nice week!http://foto.rudenius.se/category/PC-My-World.aspx
it's really beautiful. I wonder how does it look from the inside. My World entry is up too.
There are many beautiful buildings in India! It is a treat to view your lovely photos!
Amazing and wonderful. Your country finds so many ways to celebrate life.
Amazing.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Rajesh: Certainly an interesting look at you world, neat monuments.
Wow - such huge and intricate monuments to the dead!
I can only imagine the grandeur of the place from the picture!
And their location is so nice by the river!
A wonderful to placelive and to visit one day...lovely post as always.
Beautiful world with a long history you live in, Rajesh.
Quite liked it. Can we have some more information on this. Like which dynasty etcvery interesting as always!
Hi Rajesh,Yesterday I looked up Orchha Cenotaphs, and I see it's not anywhere near my stops when I'm in India next month. How sad, because the Cenotaphs look like something right out of a fairy tale book...
wow, amazing old buildings!
impressive!ROG, ABC Wednesday team
They must have had some wonderful architects, not to mention builders.
Impressive, I would love to see the inside....
Those are spectacular resting places...reminds me of the pyramids.
Is this huge building in the middle of water? This is really amazing I just wonder how in the world they made this? Happy Wednesday!ABC Wednesday~W
beautiful and imposing structure
Wonderfully interesting! Terrific W.
Such grandeur on the banks of the river.
you are right the architecture is different, more indo-sarcesnic is it not? My compliments for a nice discovery
Amazing architecture and scenery, just wonderful.
India has so many amazing structures and buildings. Gorgeous.
Wow, very impressive! thank you for sharing. It is great to know more about your side of the world.
I have not visited this state, but hope one day !
Ciao Rajesh, interesting explanation and amazing place. Have a good day
terrific view and a beautiful image!
hi rajesh, saw ur blog its amazing, was looking for ur mail id but dint find it.Can u please give me your mail id. mine is email@example.com
Very striking.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
unique rajesh! the place seems very nice.
too grand, too amazing!
These are imposing monuments; very interesting.
Very interesting and beautiful cenotaphs! Thanks for sharing your fascinating area of the world. :)
What an unsual construction! Fascinating!
Well, that's interesting. A tomb but not a tomb. A monument or monuments. Very impressive. I suppose the more important the person was the bigger the Chhatris?
Rey, Rakesh, Zuzana, Joo, Kirigalpoththa, Sylvia, Carver, Brigitta, Marites, eileeninmd, Sandy, J Bar, Fishing Guy, LadyFi: Thanks for the appreciation. ewok1993: Thanks, it is big.had photographed this from the first floor of adjcent cenotaph.Nishanth, Mridula, siromade08, Pam, Jenn, L ee, Roger, RuneE, Carol, Joyful, Kim, Elettra, Tumblewords, Gayle: Thanks for the appreciation.Suman: Thanks. This is from Bundela dynasty. I shall include this in the post.Sudhir, Mar, Wolynski, Eden, Sciarada, Joshi, Kiran, Robin, Jeevan, Dave, George, Jacob, JM, DianeAZ: Thanks for the appreciation.Gibson: Thanks. I am glad you are visiting India. You will love it.Deepak: Thanks, this is a nice place to see.
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greece_traveller: Thanks for the appreciation.
thanks for sharing these beautiful click and spreading love for india.great click i must say.
Beautiful picture. I never had the time to explore the interior.
Arpana, Pratibha, Purba, P.N: Thanks for the appreciation.
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