PATAWA HAVELI: One of the most exquisite buildings in the walled city, which truly exemplifies the architectural style typical of erstwhile Rajputana. It is five storeys high and the extensive corridors and chambers are supported by intricately carved pillars.
NATHMAL KI HAVELI: Carved by Lalu and Hathi, two brothers for the Prime Minister of State, Nathmalji in 19th century. The most interesting fact is that the brothers worked separately, one on the right side and other on the left side, the result is a absolute symphony epitomising the side by side symmetry during construction. The haveli is richly carved and the inner chambers are decorated with miniature paintings.
“Jahangir Mahal” was established by the ruler of region Vir Singh Deo in the 17th century AD. It was built as a warm reception of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir, during his first visit to the city. http://www.holidaykeys.co.uk/heritage-of-orchha-madhya-pradesh/
The Madhavendra Bhawan of Nahargarh fort, Jaipur is built by Sawai Madho Singh. It has a unique cluster of nine identical suites for the royal ladies and at the head is a suite for the king himself. The rooms are linked by corridors and retain some delicate frescoes as well as toilets and kitchen hearths.
#Tirupati is a city in #Chittoor district in Andhra Pradesh. It is a hill station. It is an all time, visit place, and most crowded place round the year. It is one of the coolest places, in summers also. There is a golden temple which is worshipped by pilgrimages, beautiful waterfalls, and museum. http://www.slideshare.net/holidaykeys/divine-and-gorgeous-destinations-of-tirupati-andhra-pradesh-holidaykeyscouk
The Golden Rock by CitizenFresh The magnificent “Kyaik-Tiyo” Pagoda is a stupa sits on top of a huge Boulder covered in gold leaf, which balances on the edge of a cliff at the top of Kyaikto Mountain. Kyaik-Tiyo is a place of pilgrimage for all Buddhists in Myanmar/Burma/. People say this rock keep the balance because of one single hair of the Buddha.