Jhansi is the city of state Uttar Pradesh in India , one of the most well-known cities all over the world for its valiant struggle against the British troops. The name of Jhansi is synonymous with Rani Lakshmi Bai who fought single handedly against the British troops during the freedom struggle. For this reason, the fort of Jhansi has been an illustrious tourist attraction. Therefore, one can't miss the opportunity of seeing the Jhansi Fort while India touring.
The Jhansi Fort is not only one of the best-fortified areas in Uttar Pradesh but also one of the best fortified in India . Raja Bir Singh Deo of Orchha commissioned Jhansi fort in the early 17 th century, and the fort was formerly built on the top of the hillock in order to act as an army throttlehold and garrison but was later customized into residential quarters. The fort has treasured some of the remnants of the Sepoy Mutiny. In June 1857, some of the soldiers of 12th citizen infantry seized the fort. The fort had stored plenty supplies of treasure and periodical. They utilized the supplies from the Jhansi Fort, Jhansi and killed lots of European officers of the defense force. In early 1858, valiantry Rani Lakshmi Bai was defeated.
In a while the British handed over this fort to the Maharaja of Scindia. But once more in 1858 the British exchanged it for Gwalior in 1866. The Karak Bijli tank is nestled inside the fort and this is also one of the tourist attractions of Jhansi . The Jhansi Museum also is situated inside the fort, and it has gorgious collections of monuments and provides us detailed information on the history of Bundelkhand. So, make your next tour to Jhansi to visit Jhansi Fort.