Dhubela, the kingdom of Maharaja Chhatrasal (4 May 1649 – 19 December 1731) is a historical place situated on Orchha- Khajuraho Road near Nowgong (Mau Saniya Village) in Madhya Pradesh. Maharaja Chhatrasal was a medieval Indian warrior who fought against the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and established his own kingdom in Bundelkhand, becoming a Maharaja. He was one of the great warriors of Central India and his Empire had alliances with Maratha Empire and Mewar Empire. Great female warrior Mastani Bai (Second wife of Bajirao Peshwa) belongs to Dhubela.Dhubela comprises of various historical monuments related to Maharaja Chhatrasal and his family members, which reflects the glorious past of his kingdom. Dhubela Museum is Madhya Pradesh’s first Museum. Around Dhubela, there are numerous freshwater bodies and lush green forest which make it always fresh.