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Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsav

(Last Updated 28 Jan, 2023)

  • Dates :

    01/01/2022 - 01/01/2022

  • Location :

    Uttar Pradesh

Why is Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsava Celebrated:

India is known for its many hued fairs and festivals that forms an integral part of the attraction of India. Each state, race and culture comes up with different fairs and festivals that are different from each other, each with different origin and each has a different way of celebration

Fairs and Festivals form an integral part of the living heritage of Uttar Pradesh. Jhansi Mahotsava in Uttar Pradesh is celebrated with much pomp and gaiety throughout the state. Jhansi was a stronghold of the Chandela Kings. It rose to prominence in the 17th century under the rule of Raja Bir Singh Deo. It earns much of its claim to fame from the activities of Rani Laxmi Bai who led her forces against the British in 1857 single handedly without much back up.

Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsava is celebrated to highlight the different Ayurvedic products that are made in Jhansi. The healing use of Ayurveda and its many usage in everyday life are showcased in the fair. The main theme of this fair is return to nature rather than using the chemical products that are available in the market in every nook and corner of India.

Time for Celebrating for Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsava: 

Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsava is celebrated every year. Expected dates for Ayurveda Jhansi Mahotsav in 2022 is from 14th to 28th Feb.

Description of Ayurved Jhansi Mahotsava:

The annual five day occasion is celebrated with much pomp and enthusiasm in Jhansi. Ayurvedic medicines and herbs are showcased along with display of art and handicraft items. It is followed by song, dance and poetry reading.

The state government is promoting this fair with much gusto in zeal to popularize Ayurvedic products. This festival is alternately termed in Uttar Pradesh as week long healing holiday.

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  • Adults
    ( Ages 13 above )
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    ( Ages 2–12 )