The Orchha Fort complex comprises several formidable structures including forts, palaces, temples, cenotaphs and historic monuments. The majestic fort speaks volumes of the glorious Bundela Rajputs and their stories of valor. Situated on the banks of the River Betwa, the fort offers impressive artwork of paintings and stone carving within its premises, catering to the desire of history and nature lovers.The fort complex houses the prominent Raja Mahal, which is the definition of intricate architecture. A part of it converted into Ram Raja Temple is the only place in the country where Lord Rama is worshipped as King Rama.Other popular structures in the fort premises include Jahangir Mahal, built by Bir Singh Deo in 1605 and Rai Parveen Mahal, which was built by Raja Indrajit exclusively for dancer-poetess Rai Praveen. The light and sound show in Orchha Fort is a major tourist attraction for people exploring Orchha tourist places.Timings: 9 am – 5 pm.Entry fees: INR 10 for Indians, INR 250 for foreigners.Location: Orchha Fort is located in the Orchha town of Tikamgarh district. The fort complex is nestled near the confluence of Betwa and Jamni rivers in Orchha.Distance from Orchha Bus Stand: 15.2 km.If you are planning to visit Orchha to go down the heritage lane, resorts in Orchha will offer a comfortable stay with activities to revive your body, mind, and soul.