Orai is a city and sub-area of the Jalaun locale in the province of Uttar Pradesh in India. It is the region base camp for Jalaun area which is the piece of the Jhansi division. It is arranged at NH-27 halfway among Jhansi and Kanpur. Orai has been named after a holy person Uddalak in light of the fact that he venerated there and has chronicled esteem on account of its area, which is between Jhansi, Mahoba and Kalpi. Orai was otherwise called the City of King 'Mahil' who was scandalous for his negative behavior patterns and slandering; he deceived his nephews Alha and Udal. Alha and Udal were Rajput. There is a little story or conviction behind this place.
It is said that the King was enamored with getting hitched. First time he got hitched in his youth and in the wake of getting exhausted of his first spouse, he wedded once more. Like this he completed four hundred one relational unions. Later on he chose to desert his immature disposition and embraced shistacharya. In the wake of doing this he influenced one ashram for his spouses where they all to can make the most of their lives according to their desires. Aalah of the Banaphar Rajput faction was the well known general of the colossal Chandel lord Parmal, who battled Prithviraj Chauhan in 1182 CE. Alha is one of the legends of the Alha-Khand ballad, prevalently presented in the Bundelkhand area of India, a work that is otherwise called Parmal Raso.