TravelKhana offers the train passengers an exhaustive range of yummy food, prepared and packed in a hygienic way, at their seat in the train at the Jhansi Railway Station. The passengers can now relax because they don’t have to risk the food prepared and served from the station platform. And they can relish the meal at leisure because there is no fear of the train leaving the platform at any moment. The travelers only have to book their order with TravelKhana and at least an hour before the train arrives at Jhansi.
Jhansi Railway Station (station code is JHS) lies in the North Central Railway’s Jhansi division in Uttar Pradesh. It is located on the Delhi-Chennai and Delhi-Mumbai routes. Many superfast trains have a technical stop at Jhansi. The British authorities built the fort-like station in 1880s. The station had three platforms initially, all of which are about 770 meter in length, among the longest in the world. Now it has seven platforms. Two more platforms are being constructed.
- Jhansi-Gwalior-New Delhi
- Jhansi-Orai-Kanpur Central
More than 150 trains, including five Rajdhani Express pairs, three Duronto Express pairs, Bhopal-New Delhi Shatabdi Express and Sampark Kranti trains, stop at Jhansi Junction every day. Jhansi Junction is connected by direct trains to to cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kanpur, Lucknow, Kolkata, Bhopal, Chennai, Pune, Bangalore, Jammu, Hyderabad, Bhubaneswar, Agra, and Ahmedabad.
Jhansi city is located between Pahuj and Betwa rivers. Jhansi was ruled by Jhansi Ki Rani, who played the main and inspirational role in the 1857 War of Independence. The city still cherishes the fond memories of the brave Jhansi Ki Rani. It has named many institutes like the Rani Lakshmi Bai Central Agricultural University and the Maharani Laxmi Bai Medical college Hospital after her.
Food delivery in train at Jhansi –
TravelKhana’s commitment to presenting nice food to railway passengers all over the country is total. Travelers can certainly not carry home food that will last until their journey’s end. They need not worry. They can now rely on TravelKhana for quality food at the Jhansi Railway Station. The available food includes a vegetarian maharaja thali, vegetarian thali, non-vegetarian thali, and Chinese, vegetarian, and non-vegetarian preparations. They may note that the minimum order has to be of Rs250. The food is packed in casseroles, which preserves its freshness and keeps the food warm.
Legend has it that the Raja of Orchha and his friend, the Raja of Jaitpur were on the roof of Orchha Palace. The Raja of Orchha asked his friend if he could visualize the new fort he had built on Bangara hill. The friend said, “Jhainsi” (meaning, not quite clearly). The name Jhansi came from that expression. The fort became a strategic post in central India. It inspired Jhansi Ki Rani to proclaim, “Meri Jhansi nahi doongi.” It’s time Jhansi produces another personality of the stature of Maharani Laxmi Bai.