Jhansi Attraction And Best Places To Visit

Best Places To Visit In Jhansi

Jhansi Attraction

Some of the places to visit in Jhansi are as follows:

Jhansi Fort In Jhansi On Mirchi Travels

Jhansi Fort In Jhansi

Jhansi Fort in Jhansi is located on Bangira, the large rocky summit in Uttar Pradesh, North India. It was built by Raja Bir Singh Deo in 1613. The fort is about15 acres huge , 312m in length and 225m in width contains four entrances, ten gates, 22 supports with a huge strong wall protected by a deep wide ditch on both sides. The damaged upholder was renovated by the British which we can see on eastern side of the fort added on a floor to Panch Mahal. This Fort also accommodates with Ganesh Mandir, Baradari, Bhawani Shankar, Shahar Darwaza, Grave of Gulam Gaus Khan, Execution tower, Panch Mahal etc. combined with a heroism and bravery of Rani Lakshmi Bhai.

St Jude's Shrine In Jhansi On Mirchi Travels

St Jude's Shrine In Jhansi

St Jude shrine in Jhansi is located in Civil Lines; Uttar Pradesh was built in year 1966. It was a first church in the name of saint Jude situated in a scenic environment with a mixture of Christian and Hindu architectural cultures.It contains mammoth domes that signify the influence of Hindu style of architecture on the entrance. It is a remarkable place that gathers a huge amount of Christians as well as devotees. Its feast is celebrated by Parish each year on 27th October.

Rani Mahal In Jhansi On Mirchi Travels

Rani Mahal In Jhansi

Rani Mahal in Jhansi is a residence of Rani Lakshmi Bai an erstwhile palace is now converted in to a museum. It contains huge walls with beautiful and magnificent sculptures and paintings of 9th and 12th centuries. The palace is a double storied structure that contains flat roofs, arched chambers, open courtyards, beautiful large imposing buildings with six halls, verandas and Durbar Hall in the second floor. This Mahal represents the feeling of patriotism in every Indian.

Barua Sagar In Jhansi On Mirchi Travels

Barua Sagar In Jhansi

Barua Sagar in Jhansi is located on the banks of Betwa River has got its name from lake Barua Sagar Tal constructed by Raja Udit Singh dedicated to Durga. It is popularly known as Jarai-ka-math. Thus, we can see a strategic location on the top of a hill that protects the town from surrounding troops of the enemies is the fortification of Bundelkhand. We can also see a reservoir of the Betwa Dam. ASI had enlisted the temple in the list of protected monuments in 1928. This panoramic place holds the good amount of tourists and visitors.

Jhansi Mahotsav In Jhansi On Mirchi Travels

Jhansi Mahotsav In Jhansi

Jhansi Mahotsava in Jhansi is a festival to promote the tradition of a great city. Jhansi city exhibits its village life vigorously organized by Tourism department of the state government. Thus, we can feel and understand the artistic and creative talents of rural Indian along with folk dances. It is held in an open-air auditorium during the evening with free entry. This grand fiesta promotes the rich cultural heritage of the region and holds a good quantity of people to enjoy the Mahotsav.

Maha Lakshmi Temple In Jhansi On Mirchi Travels

Maha Lakshmi Temple In Jhansi

Maha Lakshmi temple in Jhansi is located in Lakshmi Tal built in 18th century dedicated to Goddess Maha Lakshmi. This is a revered place and we can see the large amount of devotees especially on the occasions of Laxmi Puja and Diwali. It is auspicious attraction for tourists.

Government Museum In Jhansi On Mirchi Travels

Government Museum In Jhansi

Government museum in Jhansi is the State Museum established in 1978. It contains vast collection of artifacts belonged to the Chandela rulers, weapons, terracotta and bronze sculptures, manuscripts, paintings, gold, silver and copper coins. Must visit!!!
Closed on Monday and second Saturday of the month.

Maharaja Gangadhar Rao Ki Chathri In Jhansi On Mirchi Travels

Maharaja Gangadhar Rao Ki Chathri In Jhansi

Chathri of Maharaja Gangadhar Rao in Jhansi is located in the Lakshmi Tal was constructed by Rani Lakshmi Bai in 1853. It was built in the memory of her beloved husband Gangadhar Rao. It contains beauteous carvings on the 12 pillars with the curved roof supporters made in early nineteenth century. Now it has become the favorite hot spot for tourists and visitors.

Ganesh Mandir In Jhansi On Mirchi Travels

Ganesh Mandir In Jhansi

Ganesh Mandir in Jhansi is located adjacent to Jhansi Fort entrance beside Ganesh Mandir. Maharaja Gangadhar Rao tied the nuptial knot with his beloved wife Rani Lakshmi Bhai in this shrine. This temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesh contains an unusual structural design. This temple represents the feeling of patriotism and bravery.