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  • 1605-1627) reigned here, and it was during this period that Orchha reaches its height, and many extant palaces are a reminder of its architectural glory, including Jahangir Mahal (b.Tikamgarh-Wikipedia
  • Examples of the architecture include the Jahangir Mahal (built ca. 1605) and the Sawan Bhadon Mahal.Orchha State-Wikipedia
  • 1605-1627) reigned here, and it was during this period that Orchha reaches its height, and many extant palaces are a reminder of its architectural glory, including Jahangir Mahal (b.Tikamgarh district-Wikipedia
  • Jahangir Mahal is a palace that was exclusively built by Bir Singh Deo in 1605 to humor the Mughal emperor Jahangir who was a guest of the Maharaja for one night only.Orchha Fort complex-Wikipedia
  • In addition, the Phool Bagh gardens, the Jahangir Mahal and the Lakshmi temple were all built by Deo.Vir Singh Deo-Wikipedia

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