Located about 18 km from Jhansi city on the Jhansi – Khajuraho road, it is believed to be built by Pratihara ruler. To the north-east of the Baruasagar lake are the ruins of two old Chandela temples. Nearby is the later Gupta period temple known as Jarai-ka-Math. It is dedicated to Shiva and Parvati. The eastern side of its shikhara is lavishly ornamented with massive stone sculpture.
It is a stone temple built during 9th century. Located about 18 km from Jhansi city on the Jhansi – Khajuraho road, it is believed to be built by Pratihara ruler. The temple consists of various kinds of sculptures including the beautiful sensuous ones depicted on the walls.
How to Reach:
At 103 km from Jhansi, Gwalior is the nearest airport. Delhi is the closest international airport, 321 km from Jhansi.
Jhansi is an important railhead on the Delhi-Chennai route. Most major cities in the country like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Agra, Bhopal, Gwalior, etc. are connected to Jhansi by rail.
Jhansi is well connected by road to many major cities in the country. Cities like Agra, Khajurao, Delhi, Kanpur, Lucknow, etc. are easily accessible from Jhansi by road.