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Jhansi, once a city of strategic importance thanks to its titular fort, has experienced highs and lows during its time. At present, the city is gaining popularity as a tourist destination. \r\n\r\nUndoubtedly, the greatest tourist attraction is the Jhansi Fort, which was constructed by Raja Bir Singh Deo in 1613. Rani Mahal, built by Raghunath II of the Newalkar Clan, is another popular attraction having beautiful paintings adorning its walls. Also worth visiting is the 1857 Mutiny Memorial with statues made from scraps of metal. The Government Museum houses an interesting collection of paintings, sculptures, and documents, among other things.\r\n\r\nCatholics flock to St Jude's Shrine, especially on October 28th, which marks St Jude’s feast. The Nag Mandir is a famous Jhansi attraction among Hindus. For those looking to do a bit of shopping, there are quite a few good options in Jhansi. Manik Chowk is a good place to shop for a range of items such as jewelry, pots, and electronic appliances. The Sadar Bazaar is for tourists and locals looking to do budget shopping while the Sipri Bazaar is ideal for buying clothes.
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