Jhansi

Jhansi is the gateway to Bundelkhand a region rich in culture and heritage. Located centrally between the central, western and southern India the place used to be a stronghold of the Chandela kings. After losing its significance in the 12th century the kingdom in Jhansi rose again to prominence in the 17th century. However, its greatest claim to fame was under the rule of the legendary queen Rani Laxmi Bai. Rani Laxmi Bai along with Ghulam Gaus Khan, Jhalkari Bai and others led forces against the British rule during the revolt of 1857. She bravely died at the age of 22 years while fighting for India’s freedom. Later, Chandra Shekhar Azad, Pandit Parmanand, Bhagwandas Mahaur and others lead the freedom movement from here. 

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Food and Cuisine

Uttar Pradesh is a land of diverse cuisines offering various options for food lovers. Visit the state to experience food like never before.

Events

Uttar Pradesh is a mixture of various cultures and traditions organising various events and festivals. Visit the state to experience the rich culture.

Things To Do

Uttar Pradesh is the hub of diversity, culture, customs and traditions. Explore and indulge into the endless activities here.

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HOW TO GET HERE?

FLIGHT

The nearest domestic airport is Gwalior located 100 km away from Jhansi. The international tourists can take a flight to Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi.

BUS

Jhansi is well connected by road to all major cities in India. Agra, Lucknow, Gwalior Kanpur and Delhi are easily accessible by road. Bus services are available for all major cities.   

TRAIN

The Jhansi Junction railway station is a major railhead on the Delhi-Chennai route and is well connected to all major cities in India. There are frequent trains to Delhi and Mumbai route.

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