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The Cenotaphs were / are built in the memories of the Royal Kings of Mewar. For every king the Cenotaphs were built and at the entry of almost every cenotaph the Kings name is written. These are made of marble and other stones also which...More
I have been to Orccha and have seen the chattris there, but these are fantastic. I have never seen so many cenotaphs clustered in one area and each structure has been carefully designed. Sadly it is not appreciated the way it needs to be..
Out of the way. Cenotaphs of the royals. Most accessible, some not. Mostly similar. Grounds not meticulously tended. since bodies were cremated, there are no royal tombs - instead cenotaphs. Large marble with cupolas. Impressive as a whole Perhaps 75 of them huge, big, moderate...More
People don't like to visit this place.. we could make that out because not a single person visited while we were there.. this place is not maintained.. even after that these structures are so beautiful.. i would recommend you to visit this place because you...More
I have been to this place a couple of times now and it still in awe of the legacy these people have left behind. Some of the Cenotaphs are truely amazing. sadly there are many smaller ones at the back (west) side where children are...More
Although this place was on our itinerary, our local guide didn't seem overly keen on taking us and, having gone there I understood why.
There is a cluster of 19 cenotaphs of the Maharanas of Mewar, all raised on platforms and quite similar, even though...More
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Chhatris are dome shaped pavilions used commonly in the State of Rajasthan that and a very distinct identity from the common house, forts, to public buildings and the cenatophs. The sizes of these cenatophs vary depending on their status during their lives....More