Jhansi is a settlement in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. In the early 18th century, this well-known place served as the capital of a Maratha province. It is famous for the Queen Lakshmibai, the lioness of Jhansi who fought bravely with the British. Today, Jhansi is a well-known conurbation and is emerging as a tourist destination in Uttar Pradesh.
Jhansi is hoisted at 935 feet above the sea level and covers a gross area of 5,024 sq. km. The major portion of the land of Jhansi is a jagged plain. The climate of the settlement is classified as temperate in nature. The average mercury level during the searing summers touches 39° C whereas falls down at 10° C. The winters are usually cold in Jhansi as compared to other parts of Uttar Pradesh. Unfortunately, Jhansi doesn't receive a substantial amount of rainfall according to its requirement.
Jhansi is the home to many tourist destinations. The tourists, on a large scale, visit the fort of Jhansi to know about the history of Bundelkhand. The government museum is another place of interest that is flocked by the students. The times of the Gupta dynasty are effectively explained in the museum. The other attractions include the places like ISKCON Temple, St. Anthony's Cathedral & the Herbal Garden.