Founded in the early 16th century by Rudra Pratap Singh, Orchha is a town located in the 'heart of the country' Madhya Pradesh. In the former times and before the arrival of the British, Orchha served as a princely state with the same name. The king of Orchha built various buildings that exist today as the tourist destinations in Orchha.
Orchha is located on the banks of Betwa River that flows through it and feeds the vegetation. The major portion of its land is a jagged terrain that is unfolded over vast acres of land. The climate of this region is described as tropical-temperate. It encounters searing summers with the median temperature of 39°C and pleasant winter with the median mercury level of 12°C. It receives a sufficient amount of rainfall with an average of 2500 mm.
Orchha is ornamented with different places of interest. The attractions include the names like Rama Raja Temple, Jahangir Mahal, Chaturbhuj Vishnu Mandir, The Royal Camel Shelter, and the numerous cenotaphs that are bedecked in the vicinity of Orchha.