Krishna Pura Chhatri

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  • Address: Mahatma Gandhi Rd, Rajwada, Maharaja Tukoji Rao Holker Cloth Market, Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452007, India
  • Timings: 06:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Garden, Family And Kids, Architecture , Fountain

About Krishna Pura Chhatri, Indore

An example of the phenomenal architectural expertise of the Holkars, The Krishnapura Chhatris are cenotaphs built in memory of these mighty rulers. Situated on the banks of River Khan, these dome like structures in Maratha style, are an evidence to the glorious past of the Holkar dynasty. They are even more stunning when they are lit up at night. The place has been made even more picture-perfect, with beautifully landscaped gardens on either side of the river and fountains dancing in them, as well as, boating facilities for visitors. 

How To reach Krishna Pura Chhatri by Public Transport

  • Rajwada Bus Stop

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Things to Know Before Visiting Krishna Pura Chhatri

  • 95% of people who visit Indore include Krishna Pura Chhatri in their plan

  • 33.43% of people start their Krishna Pura Chhatri visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Krishna Pura Chhatri

Monday, Wednesday and Sunday

92.03% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Krishna Pura Chhatri

People normally club together Holkar Stadium and Sarafa Bazar while planning their visit to Krishna Pura Chhatri.

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Krishna Pura Chhatri, Indore Reviews

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  • Beautiful place. Should be maintained properly. People were sleeping all over the place. Street kids playing on the idols..

  • I visited this place but only thing I like is all the cleanliness that they guys maintain as you won't get a single dirt over there but as earlier it's a holly divine palace to get your self relax n enjoy and you can click multiple memorable moments out there.. but you won't get enough as you want from that place as it's a CHATRI of MATA AHILYA and a small temple of LORD SHIVA.

  • It's heart of Indore. 5 min walk from Rajbarah and near to station. Good historical place, recently got renovated.

  • A very beautiful historic place in Indore. Must visit, specially if you live in indore. A very good place for photo shoots too.

  • 5 Interesting facts about Krishnapura Chhatris of Indore The Krishnapura Chhattris of Indore is a monument that portrays bravery and courage. The Chhatris were built in the late 1800s, in the memory of the Holkar rulers and the tombs are built on the cremation spot of the Holkar rulers near Rajwada. The Chhattris were built in the memory of Bolia Sahib over the ashes of another woman ruler of Malwa, Maharani Krishnabai. These chattris are located on the bank of khan river which is now under the revival by IMC. The Krishnapura Chhatris is one of the beautiful architectural heritage of the Indore city. At the time of festivals and celebration the wonderful sight of the chattris are at its best & adds to the ancient glory of this Indreshwar city. Here are 5 interesting things you would like to know about The Chhattris of Indore. 1. The Architectural Beauty: The Maratha Rulers were not just gallantry but also had exquisite taste for architecture. The Chhattris are a spectacular combination of stones. 2. The Triplet Krishnapura Chhatris : The Chhattris comprise of three Chhatris, the one on the west dedicated to Maharani Krishnabai Holkar. There are another two Chhatris joined by a passage and these are dedicated to Maharaja Tukoji Rao Holkar II and his son Shivaji Rao Holkar. These chhatris also have a krishna temple which was built for the queen. 3. Statues of the soldiers There are statues of the rulers fighting the war, not just rulers, also the musicians, courtiers, etc. 4. Carving on the exteriors There are idols and figures of several Gods and Goddesses that have been sculpted on the exterior walls of the Chhatris. 5. Restoration They were recently restored by the Indore Gaurav foundation, an initiative by concerned citizens who contributed to this restoration.

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