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Day 1 : Arrive Jabalpur

You will be transferred to the hotel in Jabalpur upon arrival at the Jabalpur airport / railway station. Ancient Tripuri was the initial colony in this area, and the Hayahaya, the kings of this city, are referenced in the Mahabharata. It came successively under Mauryan and then Gupta authority before being captured by the Kalchuri dynasty in 875 AD. Later, take a day trip to Bhedaghat. The Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat soar to a hundred feet on either side of the Narmada. The view is serenely lovely, with the sunshine glinting off the marble-white pinnacles and creating dappled shadows on the clear waters. These white rocks with views of black and dark green volcanic seams are incredibly spectacular, and on moonlit evenings, they provide a stunning impression. The holy river runs peacefully by, backed by high rocks that reflect the shifting moods of nature like a mirror. A short distance away, it turns agitated as it plunges into the huge Dhuandhar waterfall. Overnight in a Jabalpur hotel.

Day 2: Jabalpur – Khajuraho (about 267 kilometres/seven hours)

Today, make your way to Khajuraho. The Khajuraho temples are located around 35 miles from Mahoba, the mediaeval capital of the Chandela dynasty, in the Kalinjar area. Their kingdom has been referred to as Jijhoti, Jejahoti, Chih-chi-to, and Jejakabhukti in ancient and mediaeval literature. Abu Rihan-al-Biruni, the Arabic historian who accompanied Mahmud of Ghazni in his attack on Kalinjar in 1022 CE, lists Khajuraho as Jajahuti's city. The expedition was unsuccessful, and a peace agreement was achieved when the Hindu monarch agreed to pay a ransom to Mahmud of Ghazni in exchange for his ceasing the attack and leaving. Overnight in a Khajuraho hotel. (B)

Day 3 : Khajuraho

Today, see the sensuous temples of Khajuraho. The architectural style of the Khajuraho temples is markedly distinct from that of the period's temple prototype. Each is elevated on a masonry platform, rather than within the traditional enclosure. When combined with the structure's upward orientation, which is reinforced further by vertical projections, the overall appearance is one of grace and lightness, reminiscent of Himalayan peaks. Each of the primary compartments has its own roof, arranged such that the tallest is in the centre and the lowest is over the portico, a feat of skill and ingenuity in reproducing a range's ascending peaks. Khajuraho's temples are classified geographically as Western, Eastern, and Southern. Overnight in a Khajuraho hotel. (B)

Day 4 :Khajuraho - Orchha (about 172 kilometres / 5 hours)

Today, make your way to Orchha. Orchha is a time-capsule historical town located on the Betwa river, 15 kilometres from Jhansi. Fot is a draw here. A pedestrian bridge allows for a leisurely stroll. The fort is made up of multiple linked structures that were constructed at various points in time (Raja Mahal and the Jahangir Mahal). Chaturbhuj Temple is an ancient temple dating all the way back to the ninth century. Numerous cenotaphs or chhatris are scattered across the area surrounding the fort and the Betwa river. Elsewhere in town, an interesting array of temples and tombs may be found. Overnight in an Orchha hotel. (B)

Day 5 : Orchha

This morning, you'll see the legendary Raj Mahal and Jahangir Mahal. The Rajmandir is a square structure with a simple front and projecting windows. The Jahangir Mahal, constructed to greet Mughal Emperor Jahangir, is a superb example of Hindu architectural architecture. The Raj Mahal, the Sheesh Mahal, and the Chaturbhuj temple are further attractions. Along with them, the banks of the river Betwa are dotted with several Chhatris of royals or cenotaphs. Overnight at an Orccha hotel. (B)

Day 6 :Orchha - Gwalior (about 117 kilometres / 4 hours)

Today, make your way to Gwalior. The entire city is a visual and artistic feast, since Gwalior's architects were exceptional. Take a stroll around the city's streets and you'll come across antique havelis with wonderfully carved entrances and windows; monuments of the Scindia dynasty can be found at nearly every street intersection. The evening is free. Overnight in a Gwalior hotel. (B)

Day 7 : Gwalior

Today, take a tour of Gwalior's local attractions. Gwalior Fort, Sas Bahu Temples, Suraj Kund, Jas Vilas Palace, Man Singh, and the Gwalior State Archaeological Museum are just a few of the attractions. Gwalior sightseeing is a fascinating journey through time. Museums and art galleries are treasure homes, and immaculately kept palaces impart an unmistakable regal flavour to the city. Overnight in a Gwalior hotel. (B)

Day 8 : Depart Gwalior

This morning, you will be transferred to the Gwalior airport / railway station in preparation for your flight / train home or to your next destination. (B)

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