Where History Meets Geography
Jhansi is one of those very few historical places which is blessed by mother nature as well.
Jhansi made its place in History in the 17th Century when India’s First Female Freedom Fighter Raani Lakshmi Bai fought against Britishers to protect Jhansi’s Pride. Jhansi is on the must-visit list of all history enthusiasts and foreigners keen on getting a glimpse of India’s rich heritage.
Jhansi is also blessed by mother nature with beautiful lakes, waterfalls, and mountains.
The name Jhansi is derived from, jhain-si which means blurred shadow. The city got this name because of its shadow-like appearance from a distance.
Jhansi is well connected by railways & roadways.
Fun Facts About Jhansi:
1. The Railway Platform of Jhansi Station is the seven longest Platform in World and fifth-longest in India.
2. It is well known to all that Jhansi is famous for “Rani Laxmi Bai’ who some times described as “India’s Joan of Arc”.
3. Major Dhyan Chand “The Hockey Wizard” was too from Jhansi. And a statue is constructed at Hill Top of Jhansi, Sipri Bazar as a tribute to him.
4. Maithili Sharan Gupt (1886-1965) was one of the most famous modern Hindi poets. He was born in Chirgaon in Jhansi. He was designated as the National Poet by the first government of independent India.
“Every sunset is an opportunity to reset and Sometimes the best sunsets can be witnessed at Jhansi from Pahuch Dam“
Be Joyus at Jhansi.
Jhansi is surrounded with lustrious greenery all around.
Jhansi witness all three seasons at its best.
A wide range of tangy chaats is loved by all.
Humble infrastructures are now growing tall.