MP: Gwalior and Orchha included in list of World Heritage City by UNESCO
Gwalior and Orchha of Madhya Pradesh have been included in the list of World Heritage City by UNESCO. Tourism experts are calling it a big achievement.
Orchha located in the Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh is famous all over the world for its temples and palaces. Orchha was the 16th century capital of the erstwhile Bundela dynasty.
Many temples and palaces are located here, which have some legend. Orchha Raj Mahal, Jahangir Mahal, Ramaraja Mandir, Rai Praveen Mahal, Laxminarayan Mandir and many other famous temples and palaces are famous for a unique confluence of Rajput and Mughal architectural influences.
At the same time, Gwalior city has been the capital of Gurjar Pratihar, Tomar, Baghel Kachhwahs and Scindia Rajvansh. The ancient signs left by them will be found in the form of monuments, forts, palaces. The grand souvenirs of the saved past make this city important from tourism point of view.
After being included in the list of World Heritage, UNESCO will work with the tourism department of the state to preserve and refine these archaeological and historical monuments of Orchha and Gwalior.