Travel Tips: Want to be familiar with historical places, make a plan to visit these places of Jhansi..


The history of India has been very rich and unique in itself. Although today's children do not show interest in reading history, but there are some people who are interested in history and also include such places in their travel trip where history has been interesting. Talking about the history of India and Jhansi is not mentioned in it, it cannot happen. Whenever there is a mention of India's independence, the mention of the queen of Jhansi who attained martyrdom in the revolution of 1857 definitely comes. In such a situation, the historical importance of Jhansi increases even more. Jhansi is one of the best places for history buffs and tourists to visit. You must make a plan to visit these places of Jhansi.


# Jhansi Fort
Jhansi Fort is situated on the top of a hill Bagira situated in Uttar Pradesh in the northern part of India. Which was built by Raja Bir Singh Deo in the 17th century. Let us tell you, a part of this fort was destroyed in the battle fought with the East India Company in the year 1857 before independence. Inside this fort is a temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha and a museum can also be seen in this fort, which is dedicated to the relics of the Chandela dynasty. Apart from this, you can also see a war memorial dedicated to the martyrs and Rani Laxmibai Park is also built here. You can also see the beautiful view of Jhansi from this fort. This fort opens between 8 am to 6 pm and the entry fee is Rs 5.

# Ganesh temple
Rani Laxmibai ji jumped with her horse and her son from a site in the fort of Jhansi. You can see that too. Inside the fort, you will also get to see Baradari, Memorial Cemetery, Dungeon, Hanging Pillar, Ghulam Ghaus Khan, Khuda Baksh and Motibai's grave. There is also a cannon named Bhavani Shankar in the fort. You also get to see a panoramic view of Jhansi city from this fort. This fort is very beautiful and you will love coming here.


# Queen palace
Rani Mahal is known for its exquisitely carved designs and artworks. It attracts a lot of tourists. It used to be the residence of Rani Laxmibai once upon a time. But now it has been converted into a museum, where objects dating back to the 9th to 12th centuries and used by the kings are now completely under government supervision. This palace is telling the story of the valor of Rani Laxmibai, whose beautiful depiction will be seen here. In Rani Mahal, you can see the history of India, its rulers, their tradition and events from the medieval period and beyond.

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