Chhawani is a historic place near Amorha in Basti district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. it is also known as a place of freedom struggle of Raja Zalim Singh’s State Amorha (also known as).
It was the main shelter for Indian fighters during the 1857 mutiny, and is noted for a Pipal tree where about 250 freedom fighter were hanged by the British Government in action after the murder of General Fort There is Shaheed Smarak Park in memory of freedom fighters
How to Reach:
Basti District is not directly connected to airways, the nearest airport is Gorakhpur which is 80 Km. from Basti.
The Basti City is well connected by Raiway.The main Rail line connecting Lucknow with Gorakhpur.It is situated 214 K.M. from Lucknow and 72 K.M. from Gorakhpur.The following impartant tarins are passing through the Basti: Vaishali Exp, Gorakhdham Exp, Intercity Exp, Bagh Exp, Shaheed Exp, Avadh-Assom Exp etc.
Four lane NH-28 is connected to Basti City . From Lucknow to Basti Via Faizabad is 214 K.M. Volvo and JanRath AC Bus services are also provided by UPSTRC at nominal prices on this route..