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Worth a visit. The chatris are in a slightly rundown but extensive park with beautiful big indigenous trees. There is a lovely example of pietra dura on one chatri and then others built around the 1920's. Recommend lunch at the 'Tourist Village' government hotel on...More
Visited on the way to Orchha, cost INR 160 for two of us to enter, bring our camera and video. Warning, the site must be seen in bare feet, so don't visit during midday as the entire area is stone paved and gets very very...More
Nice place overall. Would have been good if the center pond was filled with water.
Houses 3 temples one a Ram mandir, second a Krishnan ji mandir and third a Shiv ji mandir.
Besides this there is this Jija Bhai Hall with her statue.
A must see location in shivpuri. there are two temples one in marble but the beauty of the art done is very beautiful. the fans installed there are also of the same period. don't miss to see them. the garden is beautiful. not well maintained...More
Shivpuri has beautiful cenotaphs or chhattris of the Scindia kings & queens. The prominent among them being that of Madho Rao Scindia ( grandfather of Madhavrao Scindia) and that of Queen Sakhya Raje Scindia (wife of Jiyaji Rao Scindia).
The chattri of Madho Rao Scindia...More
If you are stuck in Shivpuri this is the place to see. There are two temples one of which has beautifully inlaid marble just like the Taj Mahal; the other is less interesting but on one side of the building it is festooned with the...More
Chhatris are about 2.5km from Shivpuri bus stand, shared rickshaw rides are easily available, the last stretch is on a bumpy dirt road. Entry is Rs50 for foreigners plus Rs10 camera fee.
Two main chhatris are mesmerisingly beautiful, Maharaja Madho Rao Scindia's was my favourite:...More
If you are in Shivpuri for other reasons, you may visit this place.
What I given to understand is that - Chatris mean some temple like building dedicated to an individual from the royal family.
The Chatris are in good shape. But the surrounding garden...More
Response from Amitabh S | Reviewed this property |
Hi i did not look for the opening and closing timings. Were were there and we found the places open. However, to be sure, anytime between 10 am to 5 pm is the safest bet. This timing works anywhere.