It is a great experience to visit Jhansi. Slowly the city is getting reputation across the globe. The city is developing in respect of both businesses as well as in respect of travel destination. Jhansi is a very delightful place and away from the noisy hustle – bustle of the urban towns.
Jhansi boasts an interesting history of India and has some beautiful memories connected to feel. Jhansi is an example of India’s customary and contemporary culture. It is located close to the banks of Pahuunj River, balanced amid Pahunj and Betwa River.
Jhansi is an artistic metropolitan majorly popular for its cultural tourism. There are a number of forts and palace to see in the city that you can discover easily during your shopping in the crowded markets. Despite the fortresses also there are numerous other sightseer places in Jhansi that you can discover.
The big tourist attraction in Jhansi is “Jhansi Fort”. It is an ancient fortification and was made by the Raja Bir Singh Judao in 1627. This monument is established on a mountain and had 10 gates to enter, some of them have vanished with time but still some exist.
Entry fee: You should pay Rs. 5
Government Museum This museum is one more famous travel charm and is centrally placed in the city and is traveled by many travelers. The surrounding area is covered with wonderful gardens. This museum also has a hall and an open theatre and also offers you an outstanding scene of the Jhansi fort. The government museum includes a rich set of oldest sculptures, idols and war relics.
Entry fees: The entry is free here
Timings to visit:– You can visit the museum from Sunday to Tuesday
Rani Mahal: The Mahal is known as the Queen’s palace was made by Raghunath II in 1796. The position of Mahal is absolutely perfect, because it is located in the center of the city. The Mahal is completely adorned with beautiful images. Now this Mahal has been turned into a museum and attract numerous travelers per year.
Entry fees- The entry is free here
Timings to visit You can visit the museum from Sunday-Tuesday
This spiritual place is little popular and is traveled by a number of devotees every year. This temple is mostly devoted to Goddess Mahalaxmi. Special prayer is done in Diwali and this is the peak time when devotees visit this temple.
Entry fees: The entry is free here
Jhansi can be visited from September to March. You can walk around the city to get some beautiful pictures. Though, travelers visit the city throughout the year. But it is suggestible to travel the city in these months. Traveling to Jhansi will always be a relaxing experience as the town is filled with plenty of natural beauty. Jhansi is smartly connected to all big cities of the country and there are a number of accommodations present in the city that can house travelers.
Jhansi offers you a good connectivity to reach from anywhere in the country. It is good - connected through rail, road and air to all the cities in the country.
By Air:- The closest is Gwalior airport. Though, all the big towns are linked to this airport as the flights everyday takes off and arrives to and from major cities.
By Train : There are plenty of trains linked to Jhansi from every big city in the country.
By Road : Visiting Jhansi by car can be a delightful feeling. The tour is very relaxed as the city is linked through highways to all the big towns in the country. Buses are available to Jhansi from all the cities of India. Buses are available from almost all the states to Jhansi.