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    Jhansi Tour Package

    Jhansi, is one of the most important historical cities of India state of Uttar Pradesh which has played a vital role in the Indian Independence. Jhansi is the gateway to the historic Bundelkhand region which is well-known for its velour, glory and courage. Jhansi, has been the ruling seat of ancient Chandela Kings who lost its glory during the early 12th century and the empire started to see the downfall. However, during the 17th century, the city again emerged culturally under the rule of King Bir Singh Judeo of Orchha.

    Jhansi, is situated on the banks of River Pahuj which make it more beautiful and has been the home of several migrating birds. Jhansi, is the paradise for history lovers and photographers as the city holds some of the extremely beautiful historical monuments with rich history of Indian Independence. Along with this, the city has been the center for cultural heritage, pilgrimage sites and mouth-watering regional cuisines.

    Jhansi Tour Packages, will help you to explore the glorious history of Indian freedom fighter – Rani Lakshmi Bai who was the daughter of King of Jhansi. Rani Lakshmi Bai made a huge contribution to the freedom of this country as she fought fiercely with the British East India Company and sacrificed her life for freedom at the age of 22 years. Along with this, you will be amazed to see how she trained 1,000 women to fight against the British with horses and arms.

    Custom Tours India, would like you to visit this wonderful place and witness the rich bygone era of Jhansi which played an important part in Indian Independence. Below mentioned places are the top sightseeing places in Jhansi.

    Top Sightseeing Places to Visit in Jhansi

    Rani Mahal

    Rani Mahal is the former residence and palace of Rani Lakshmi Bai which was built in the 18th century. The monument is a fine example of Hindu architecture however, a large part of the palace has been destroyed by the British Company during the first war of Independence in the year 1857. Currently, the palace has been converted into a museum which holds amazing artifacts and articles from the 9th century, stories about the life of Rani Lakshmi Bai, Indian history and its rich traditions.

    Jhansi Fort

    Jhansi Fort is situated on the top of Bagira Hill in Jhansi which was constructed in the early 17th century. This magnificent historical monument of India was destroyed during the first war of Independence by the British East India Company. This fort houses several luxury suites, courtyards, prison cells, Hindu temples, museum and war memorial.

    Jhansi Museum

    Jhansi Museum is one of the most iconic museums of India which showcase excellent cultural aspects of the Country and Jhansi. The museum was built in the 19th century which shares the perfect glimpse of Indian roots of Independence, rich history and some of the articles dated back to the 4th century.

    Raja Gangadhar Rao Cenotaphs

    This historical monument houses the cenotaphs of the King of Jhani, Raja Gangadhar Rao which was constructed by Rani Lakshmi Bai to pay tribute to his father in the year 1853. The cenotaph is surrounded by lush green gardens, a pond and well-dotted with rich architectural designs.