Jhansi ( pronunciation (help·info)) is a historic city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It lies in the region of Bundelkhand on the banks of the Pahuj River, in the extreme south of Uttar Pradesh. Jhansi is the administrative headquarters of Jhansi district and Jhansi division. Called the Gateway to Bundelkhand, Jhansi is situated between the rivers Pahuj and Betwa at an average elevation of 285 metres (935 feet). It is about 415 kilometres (258 mi) from New Delhi and 99 kilometres (62 mi) south of Gwalior.
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Fort is a must visit if you are in Jhansi. amazing with lot of history behind it. Maintenance can be improved. Overall a great experience. They specifically have exact location marked from where Rani Lakshmi Bai jumped with her horse. and had a good view of the made up scene of lakshmi bai fighting outside the fort.
5 based on 24 reviews
This church is the most beautiful church of Jhansi. Beautifully maintained and very Peaceful.
People can blow candles there which is very easily available there.
There is a mother marry church at the entrance of the church.
I would really suggest one must go there you'll surely get mental peace.
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After viewing Jhansi Fort, when going to Jhansi Railway Station, see Government Museum Jhansi. The museum have several gallery. One coin gallery is there. Some weapons during Indian freedom movement are here. The museum has the history about Jhansi and Rani Laxmibai. Paintings of Rani Laxmibai and others during that period are there. It is a ticketing museum. Good place for learn history about Rani laxmibai. It takes around two hours to visit.
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The beauty of this parichha damage lies in its beautiful river and swift flow. This picnic spot relaxes you with soothing site of flowing water, cool breeze of natural greenery around and it's Serene location. Dam houses a hydroelectric plant
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Herbal Garden Jhansi Cantt boasts of about 20000 different Herbal plants of different varieties planted to rejuvenate the wandering souls. One hour of walk is real elixir of life for all ages. Extremely popular amongst youngsters for selfies with the innovative Military Scrap. Gallantry Award Pics of UP Make the park Serene. Popular as The Tiger's Prowl is A Must visit to rejuvenate oneself.
Herbal garden encompasses the nature and the science. A must visit in Jhansi. It is right in the heart of the cantt. So you cannot miss it. Had a great time visiting with friends. A 5 out of 5 in Jhansi.
4 based on 10 reviews
Its full name is Veerangna Maharani Laxmibai Park. Very few parks are properly maintained by municipal corporations. Luckily this is one such park that has been maintained by Jhansi Nagar Nigam in a proper manner. There are 3-4 gates to this large park. There is ample space for children to play along with the proper playground equipment. There is a jogging track, a Fountain and a large statue of Maharani Laxmibai dominates the central area of the park. Her immortal words are written there ‘Apni Jhansi Nahi Doongi’ evoking patriotic feelings in all those who are still sensitive to the idea of nationality and patriotism. For others it is a good park for keeping oneself healthy or to spend good time in the company of LOVED ones.
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In olden times in India , marriages were mostly solemnized in temples and even today in remote rural areas the tradition still exists . The marriage of Maharaja Gangadhar Rao with Laxmi Bai (later the Queen of Jhansi) was solemnized at this sacred Ganesh Mandir (Temple).It is in the heart of the Jhansi city near a place called Panchkuian. The two storied structure is under renovation these days. Although it is in a narrow lane but well known to the local people and it could be easily reached by an auto ie. a three wheeler.
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This chatri attraction is located in Orchaa which is just an incredible place to visit. i would suggest staying two days in Orchaa itself if you're a history buff like I am. These chatris (basically a structure built in memory of the Kings of Bundelkhand) are located in the same region as the "Orchaa Palace", "Laxmi Narayan Temple", "Ram Raja Mandhir", "Chaturbhuj Temple" etc.
Orchaa, Madhya Pradesh is chalked full of amazing historical gems and each and every one of them is definitely a must see.
From the Chatri here once you climb up the stairs - you see amazing views of the clean & flowing Betwa River - which is also popular with tourists for White Water rafting!
4 based on 6 reviews
As always happens to the newly renovated and done up places specially the temples in India; this place has also lost its historical importance as it has been done up with marble flooring etc. that reeks of commercialization rather than the auspicious ambiance.
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