Capital of Raja Veersingh Dev Bundela
The home base of Bundela Rajput leader Raja Vir Singh Dev was Gahora. From 1605 until 1627, he was the ruler of Orchha and one of the most prominent Bundela kings. He was an outstanding soldier and strong leader. Abul Fazl, the principal advisor to Akbar's court and the writer of Akbar Nama, was killed by him. Check more details about the Raja Veersingh Dev below:
- Orchha saw a golden age of architecture under Raja Vir Singh.
- He constructed Orchha and Datia, which are twin forts. The architectural design, today referred to as the "Bundela style of architecture," is a synthesis of Mughal, Jain, and Rajasthani traditions.
- He built the temples in the Brajmandal region, encompassing Mathura and Vrindavan.
- He also constructed Phool Bagh Gardens and the Lakshmi Temple. He lived during the reign of Jehangir, the Mughal emperor.
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