Hotel Kanha Shyam

Civil Lines, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, 211001, India
Hotel Kanha Shyam
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Jhansi fort

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This fort, built on Bangra Hill, commands a dominating view over the city owing to its strategic and ideal location. It was built by Bundella chief Bir Singh Ju Deo in 1613 and later, it was occupied by the Mughals, Marathas and the British respectively. In 1729-30, Maratha Chief Naru Shankar made additions and alterations to the fort and this enlarged portion came to be known as Shankargarh. Further additions were made within the fort until it came under central protection. The fort gained importance as it remained under the control of Rani Lakshmi Bai who attained martyrdom fighting the British forces during the freedom struggle of 1857.

The fort covers an area of 16 acres and the wall once had ten gates known as Khande Rao, Datia, Unnao, Jhirna, Lakshmi Sagar, Orchha, Sainyar, Baragaon and Bhander gates. The fort comprises the Panch Mahal, Baradari and two temples dedicated to Ganesh and Shiva. The main attraction of the fort is the point where Rani Lakshmi Bai lept on horseback from the fort, with her adopted son Damodar Rao, to escape from the British.

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