Places around Jhansi with Art

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1/7 Places to Visit in Jhansi with Art
Ganesha Mandir, Jhansi
4.6 kms from Jhansi city limits

Ganesha Mandir is situated right in the heart of Bundelkhand, at a distance of 4. 6 kms from Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh. It is one of the places with the most historical value in the city.

One of the most interesting tourist spots in the city of Bundelkhand, the Ganesha Mandir attracts tourists and pilgrims from all over India. It is one of the most ancient temples in the whole state. The marriage ceremony between Gangadhar Rao and Rani Laxmi Bai was conducted in this temple. Dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the temple holds many fascinating and interesting works of sculpture. There is intr...

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Government Museum, Jhansi
Within Jhansi city limits

Government Museum of Jhansi or the Jhansi Museum is one of the most detailed and decorated Museums which showcases the entire glittering past of the town and its famous stand against the British Rule, the rebellion led by various iron-heart rulers, Rani Lakshmibai and her army. The Museum is located at Jhokan Bagh, which is 950 meters from the center of Jhansi and can be reached in under 5 mins via Nagar Nigam Road.

The Government Museum of Jhansi along with the other historical sites reminds us of the valor and struggle of the East Indian Company era. Jhansi was the hometown of Ra...

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The Herbal Garden of Jhansi is located within the city limits.

The Herbal Garden is named "Tigers' Prowl" after the famous White Tiger of Bundelkhand and stands out to be a unique creation. Not only does it use military scraps being recycled for creating extremely innovative modern art forms but also has a huge variety of medicinal herbs and plants. It houses some 20,000 herbal plants of 27 varieties and 400 varieties of trees. Herbs include Rajnigandha, Sarpgandha, Bryophyllum, Aloe Vera, Chandni, Tulsi, Chameli, Jatropha, Ashwagandha, Chandni, Amla, Lemon Grass, Chota Elaichi, La...

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Lakshmi Narayan Mandir is a one of the three famous temple of Orchha and is counted among popular Orchha tourist attractions. It is located at about 20 kms away from Jhansi, on southwest side of Orchha village.

The magnificient Lakshminarayan temple was built by Vir Singh Deo around 1662. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi but there is no idol of any goddess inside temple. It presents a unique style of architecture. and is a perfect blend of temple and fort architecture. The structure of the temple is a rectangular one with four multi-faced projecting bastions at its four cor...

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Rai Parveen Mahal, Orchha
20 kms from Jhansi city limits

The Rai Praveen Palace, also known as the Rai Praveen Manika Bhavan, lies in Orchha. This palace was built in honour of the eminent personality of Orchha noted for her beauty, flair of poetry and melodious music, Rai Parveen, popularly known as 'Nightingale of Orchcha'. It is located at a distance of 20 kms from Jhansi.

Maharaja Indrajit Singh built the marvellous three-storeyed palace in 1618 AD. Rai Praveen was well known for 3 things; her enchanting beauty, poetry and music. Also, famous for being the paramour of Indrajit Singh, in whose court she performed, her fame inevitably ...

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Rani Jhansi Museum
Within Jhansi city limits

Rani Jhansi Museum or also known as the Government Museum is an establishment which houses the stories and facts of the struggle and uprising of India against the British in the bygone era. The museum is a very popular destination for tourists when in Jhansi as it stores all the findings and displays for the public the local history of the region. Jhansi itself being a small town has a very significant and important part in the struggle and fight back of India and it earning back its freedom. Located inside the Jhansi Fort at Jhokan Bagh, the Rani Jhansi Museum is about and around the city wit...

7/7 Places to Visit in Jhansi with Art

Rani Mahal is a palace in Jhansi which was built by Raghunath-II Newalkar of the Newalkar family, which reigned from 1769-1796. Later on, this palace became one of the residences of Rani Lakshmibai. Now a converted Museum in the memory of the Queen, displaying her life's memory and also archaeological evidences of the era belonging to 9th to 12th century that were discovered in recent times. Located at Manik Chowk in Jhansi it is about 2 km from the mapped center of Jhansi and can be reached in under 10 minutes via the Nagar Nigam Road.

The palace has an open courtyard with arched ...