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Jhansi

 Jhansi is known by the valiant queen, Rani Lakshmi Bai. It gained importance when it came under the rule of Marathas. When Bundela King Chhatrasal gave one-third of his kingdom to Peshwa Bajirao, Bajirao distributed it into his generals, since ruling this part in Bundelkhand from his capital Pune was not feasible. Thus, Jhansi came under the rule of Newalkars. During this period, the town got expanded and developed. The town was earlier known as Shankargarh. The capital of Bundelas was Orchha at that time. To strengthen the security of Orchha, the Bundela King was constructing a fort on a hill in Shankargarh. When he looked at the site of the new fort, from his palace in Orchha, he told his general that the place was looking like a jhain-si(blurred shadow), and Jhansi got its present name then.

Jhansi is known for extreme climate. In winter, mercury may dip to 1C and on hottest summer day, it may rise to 50 degress Celcius. But normally, winter temperature ranges between 6 degress Celcius and 21 degrees Celcius. While summer temperature hovers between 24 degrees Celcius and 45 degress Celcius. Rainy season starts in the third week of June with Monsoon rains washing the central India. Monsoon rains gradually become weak in September and the season ends in the last week of September. The best season to visit Jhansi is pre-winter and spring. The best months to visit this place are October, November, February, & March. April to August, it is very hot and unadvisable to sightsee in the sun.

The city is well connected by rail, road and air transport services.

Railways Jhansi has its own Division of the North Central Railways.It is well connected by train services to all parts of the country, including 4 metros. There are direct trains to Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata (Howrah), Chennai, Trivandrum, Indore, Ahmedabad, Pune, Jammu, Lucknow, Bhopal and other major towns.

Road Transport The proposed North-south & East-west Corridors of the Golden-Quadrilateral Highway project pass and cross each other in Jhansi only.and its also well connected to kanpur,lucknow and madhya pradesh by road.