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Bhuragarh Fort

Bhuragarh, Banda, Uttar Pradesh 210001, India

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About Bhuragarh Fort

Bhuragrah Fort is situated at the bank of Ken river. Seeing the sunset from fort is a beautiful experience. The historical importance of Bhuragarh Fort is related to Bundela reign and Hridaya Shah and Jagat Rai, sons of Maharaja Chattrasal. Kirat Singh, son of Jagat Rai, mended Bhuragarh Fort in 1746 A.D.



Attractions near Bhuragarh Fort

Kalinjar Fort56.19km from Bhuragarh Fort

Kalinjar Fort is a fortress-city in the Bundelkhand region of central India. Kalinjar is located in the Banda District of Uttar Pradesh state, near the temple-city and World Heritage Site of Khajuraho. The fortress is strategically located on an isolated rocky hill at the end of the Vindhya Range, at an elevation of 1,203 feet and overlooks the plains of Bundelkhand.

Raneh Falls71.3km from Bhuragarh Fort

Raneh Falls is an exquisite waterfall formed by River Ken running over one of the oldest rocks on earth, the Vindhya basalt. The falls is named after King Rane Pratap, the erstwhile ruler of the region. Situated in the close vicinity of Khajuraho, the waterfall emerged at the confluence of Ken and Khudar Rivers. Raneh Falls mark the edge of the Rewa plateau in Madhya Pradesh. The cascading waterfall is surrounded by wonderful rock formations.

Vamana Temple79.13km from Bhuragarh Fort

Vamana Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Vamana, an avatar of the god Vishnu. The temple was built between assignable to circa 1050-75. It forms part of the Khajuraho Group of Monuments, one of the architectural wonders of India.

Javari Temple79.31km from Bhuragarh Fort

Javari Temple, Khajuraho is one of the prime Tourist Attractions in Khajuraho. The Javari Temple belongs to the Eastern Group of Temples in the city and attracts tourists from every nook and corner of the world for its exquisite architecture and intricate design. Khajuraho would leave you in wonder by its architectural brilliance and brilliant handiwork of the sculptors and artisans of that age who were responsible for giving such a wonderful heritage to India.

Chitragupta Temple79.58km from Bhuragarh Fort

Chitragupta Temple is a unique temple dedicated to Surya, the Sun God. The temple has the image of the Sun-God driving a seven-horse chariot. On the walls, you can see beautiful carvings of sura-sundaris and couples in erotic poses. Images of eleven-headed God Vishnu also adorn the walls of the temple. The temple has been classified as a Monument of National Importance by the Archaeological Survey of India.

Parvati Temple79.59km from Bhuragarh Fort

Parvati Temple is a temple dedicated to the goddess Parvati, consort of Shiva. This structure is one of the monuments among Khajuraho Group of Monuments, a World Heritage Site in India. It has heavily restored small sanctum. The porch is completely lost and of the sanctum only the plinth has survived.

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Banda District is a district of Uttar Pradesh state of India.  Banda is famous for its Shajar stone which is used for making jewelry, and the historically and architecturally significant sites Khajuraho and Kalinjar.