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Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsava

Rani Mahal

Nov 2009 (annual)
The annual, five-day Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsava includes arts displays and a showcase of Ayurvedic medicine. Performances take place at venues throughout the city and include folk songs, dance and poetry readings.
Jhansi is one of the major centres for the production of Ayurvedic medicines in Uttar Pradesh. The Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsava aims to highlight the Ayurvedic system of healing with presentations and classes.

The gateway to Bundelkhand, Jhansi is a fascinating city with a history that is forever linked with its fiery queen, Rani Laxmibai. In the 1857 war against the British, she led her troops into battle, striking a blow for Indian independence and laying down her life for the cause.
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