Hidden Jewel of Bundelkhand - Dhubela

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Dhubela, is located on the Chhatarpur-Nowgaon highway, in Chhatarpur District, Madhya Pradesh, India.Maharaja Chhatrasal (4 May 1649 -- 19 December 1731), was a medieval Indian warrior who fought against the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, and established his own kingdom in Bundelkhand, becoming a Maharaja. Maharaja Chhatrasal Maqbara is one of those historical monuments of Chattarpur that is actually the cenotaph of the Maharaja of Chhatrasal, it is also an important monument from architectural point of view. This beautiful example of Bundeli arctitecture was built by Baji Rao Peshawa(First) in memory of Maharaja Chhatrasal in1736 A. D. Other Monuments in Dhubela........... Maharani Kamlapati Cenotaph.It is an octagonal structure situated on a high platform. There are latticed ventilations on all four sides. Built in 17th century the monument is a fine example of Bundeli style. Sheetal Garhi was Built in 17th century during the period of Maharaja Chhatrasal, this famous monument exemplifies the rich Bundeli art. This fortress was built for residential purpose to escape the excessive heat in the peak of summer. Its interior is decorated with foliage patterns. Maheba Gate, Built by Maharaja Chhatrasal in 17th century the gate represents the rich Bundeli art. It was built to connect Maheba and Mau Sahania. This huge entrance has two gates. Shri Krishna pranami mandir is near Maharaja Chhatrasal Cenotaph. Dhubela is 65 km from Khajuraho.