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Fort of Jhansi & Kark Bijli Gun

December 31, 1857
Mirza Firuz Shah
Architectural and Building
Humayun II 1858-1877

Fort of Jhansi & Kark Bijli Gun



Fort of Jhansi The great fortress of Jhansi, built on an elevation rising out of the plains, defied the attack of the British forces for many days. The siege began on 22 March 1858 and in spite of the superior artillery of the British force they could not occupy it until 4 April, The defenders resisted gallantly. Among them were many women and children. Kark Bijli Gun This was one of the guns employed in the defense of the fortress.

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Very good information.


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