Jhansi  ||   Jhansi Tourist Attractions   


Jhansi is not only the most important city in Bundelkhand region but also one of the most important in entire Uttar Pradesh. The city has lots of historical, cultural and heritage value attached to it. The city has actually become synonymous to the Rani of Jhansi, Lakshmi Bai and the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857.

The city is known for its resistance against the British in 1857. In fact, wherever you go in the city, you will find some or other place or monument that reminds of the bloodbath of 1857. Jhansi Fort that is situated a kilometer off to the town was the seat of the siege that followed the revolt. It was here that the 12th Native Regiment of the Royal British Armed Force stated the mutiny by ruthlessly murdering the British Resident and citizens of the Fort. Close by is Rani Mahal that was the seat of various conspiracies that were hatched by Lakshmi Bai, Tantya Tope and Nana Sahib.

The city is situated amidst 3 National highways namely NH 25, NH 26 and NH 3 and thus is well connected to the rest of India. The city is growing as the heartland of Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh that has for long been infested by bandits and goons. The hard life of people in this region is hardened more by the lack of water and arable land thanks to the semi-arid climate and a topography ridden by "Gully erosion". These are some of the reasons behind the backwardness of this area that has extremely good tourism prospects.



Jhansi is an important tourist destination in Uttar Pradesh and is known for its insight in to the life and History of the Bundelkhand region. The place has also gained prominence because of its relation with Jhansi ki Rani, Lakshmi Bai and the Great Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. The city offers quite a few attractions that are a must visit for every tourist. These are as follows: -

Jhansi Fort
Jhansi Fort is not only one of the best-fortified areas in Uttar Pradesh but also one of the best fortified in India. Raja Bir Singh Deo of Orchha commissioned this fort in the early 17th century. The fort was earlier built on the top of the hillock in order to act as an army stronghold and garrison but was later modified in to residential quarters.

Jhansi Museum
The Jhansi museum is located in the Jhansi Fort itself. The Jhansi museum is a not-to-be-missed tourist destination in Jhansi. The museum not only gives an insight to the history and heritage of Jhansi but whole of Bundelkhand region. The museum also gives a deep insight in to the life of Chandela dynasty. Among others, The Jhansi Museum houses weapons, statues, dresses and photographs that represent the Chandela dynasty.

Rani Mahal
Rani Mahal of Jhansi was actually the palace of Lakshmi Bai, Rani of Jhansi. The palace of Lakshmi Bai has now been converted in to a museum that treasures the memory of Rani Lakshmi Bai as well as the archeological remains of 9th to 12th century that has been excavated and unearthed recently.

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