After breakfast, visit Raja Mahal, Jahangir Mahal, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Raja Ram Temple, Chhatris, Chaturbhuj Temple and metal craft. The Orchha Fort, one of the most imposing structures in the town, is home to several beautiful structures. In the evening, Sound & Light Show is conducted to showcase the rich historical and cultural heritage of Orccha, a kingdom of the Bundelas. Jahangir Palace, almost a maze, was built for Jahangir’s stay by the Bundela king Raja Veer Singh Deo, a vassal of the Mughal rulers. The palace is a specimen of an amalgam of Bundela, Mughal & Rajput architectural tenets & styles. Though the presiding deity of Raja Ram Temple is Lord Ram, the 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu, but Lord Ram is worshipped as King Ram. It’s the only temple where the police salute the deity. Here, Madhya Pradesh Police personnel salute with guns at sunrise and sunset. Standing on a massive and rectangular plinth, the Chaturbhuj Temples is distinguished by two major and four minor spires. The spires and the pillars of the temple are richly and intricately carved but the interior of the Chaturbhuj Temple is devoid of carvings. The summit of the temple is 344 meter high.
After exploring Orchha, return to the hotel for overnight stay.