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Exemplary is the life of Maharana Laxmi Bai

[At the age of 23, she told the world that the daughters of India were not less than a mortar to save the shame of India, she was the Maharani Laxmibai and you commit crimes like murdering daughters in the womb; But who consider themselves inscribed]
– Blogger Akanchha Saxena

The daughter of India who honored the Indian Vasundhara, the queen of Jhansi, Veerangana Lakshmibai was the ideal daughter, wife, mother and widow in the real sense. He never dreaded objections. He made unique miracles of practicing our duty, his goal was truthful, generous and high. His character is exemplary for every woman. He always believes in achieving his sacred purpose, devotion, duty, Swabhimani and devout saints. This is the Mahagatha, which was blessed by Bharatbhaya of our Indian goddess Lakshmibai Ji, and who had lost history by losing. Their heroic legacy will be written and sung to the era Whenever it is a matter of empowerment of women in India, the talk of the great warrior Rani Laxmibai is surely. Rani Lakshmibai was not a man. Today, he is the ideal of every Indian. Rani Laxmibai, who played an important role in the nation’s first independence struggle, was surprised by the amazement of the brave Britishers even with its sheer bravery. He considered the queen of iron. He was born with patriotism from birth and was a mine of singing talents. Balika Manu became a classical Veerangana Lakshmibai with her brilliant bravery and astonishing war skills and passion for nation’s devotion. Even today, the nation is proud and brilliant. Jwala’s country of devotion did not extinguish the time. And he became immortal in Indian history. Rani Lakshmibai’s life struggle can not be tied in words This little effort is to remember through their words ………🇮🇳

Maharani Laxmibai was born on November 19, 1835 in Kashi. His father was a dependent of Moropant Tambe Chikanaji Appa. His mother’s name was Bhagirathi Bai. Due to being the general of army in the army of Bajirao Balwant Rao’s Bajirao Peshwa, the patriarch of Maharani also went on mercy of Peshwa even on Moropant. Lakshmibai was known as Manubai during his childhood.
Here in 1838 Gangadhar Rao was declared the King of Jhansi. They were widowers. In 1850, he got married to Manubai. In 1851, he received the son Ratna. The wave of bliss flashed in the corner of Jhansi, but after four months the boy died. All the Jhansi was shocked at the ocean. Raja Gangadhar Rao was so deeply shocked that he could not recover again and died on 21 November 1853. Although the passing of the Maharaja was unbearable to the Queen, but still he did not panic, he did not lose consciousness. In his lifetime, Raja Gangadhar Rao had informed his government’s son, Damodar Rao as adoptive son to the English government. But the Government of East India Company rejected the adoptive son.
On February 27, 1854, Lord Dalhousie rejected the adoption of Dattakaputra Damodar Rao under the policy of adoption and declared Jhansi joining the British state. This statement exploded from the mouth of the queen after getting the information of the Polletical Agent, ‘I will not give up my Jhansi’. On March 7, 1854, British became the right of Jhansi. The queen of Jhansi rejected the pension and started living in the palace of the city. From here, India’s first independence sparks a spark Nawab and Raje-Maharaj of northern India became angry and dissatisfied with Lepcha’s policy of the state of the Angles, and all got angry with the rebellion. Rani Lakshmibai considered this as a golden gate and rebuked the rebellion against the British. Begum Hazrat Mahal of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah, Begum Jeenat Mahal of the last Mughal emperor, himself Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah, Raja of Ajimullah Shahgarh, lawyer of Nana Sahib, Raja Murdensingh of Wanpur and Tatya Tope, all of them, started trying to give support to this work of the Queen. Seeing this, the flame of revolution has become even stronger in the whole country. Now, on 31 May 1857, the date of implementation of the revolution in the whole country was decided on 31 May 1857, but before this, the flame of revolution took the form of Jwala and in 7th May 1857 in Meerut and 4 June 1857 in Kanpur , Fierce rebellion. Kanpur became completely independent on June 28, 1857. The commander of the British, Huron, organized his army and tried to suppress the revolt. He used Sagar, Garkkota, Shahgarh, Madanpur, Madkheda, Wanpur and Talabahat, and made cruel atrocities. Then proceeded towards Jhansi and took his front to the grounds of East and South on the Kaimasan hill.

Lakshmibai was already alert and King Mardansingh of Vanpur had also received information about the war and its arrival. The historic war of Jhansi began on March 23, 1858. The skilled artillery slave Ghaus Khan, according to the order of the Queen of Jhansi, aimed at the targets of the guns, throwing such shells that for the first time the Sixteenth Army of the English army was left out. Rani Laxmibai bravely fought for Jhansi for seven days and fought with brave bravery of the British with its small army. The Queen faced the enemy openly and introduced her bravery in the war. He alone left Damodar Rao, riding his horse on horseback and fighting the British. It was not fair to walk the order of war for a long time. Therefore, after leaving the request of the warlords, the queen left the Kalpi. They did not sit there and calm down. They contacted Nana Sahib and their qualified commander Tatya Tope and discussed. The iron of the queen’s courage and courage became an Englishman, but still he followed the queen very much. Meanwhile the queen’s horse was badly wounded and finally Veergati received, but the queen would not have patience and introduced irrepressible courage and bravery, which can never be forgotten in history. Later, Maharani and Tatya Tope made plans in Kalpi and finally Nana Sahib, King of Shahgarh, King Mardansingh of Vanpur etc. all supported the queen. Rani invaded Gwalior and took control of the fort there. The people were delighted to celebrate the victory but the queen was against it because it was not time to celebrate, but to strengthen its power, it was to take further and stronger steps. In this, the army chief Sir Heroes pursued the queen with full force with her army. And finally, that day also came when he took over the fort of Gwalior from his moves and war policy. Rani Laxmibai continued to show her skill in this war too. Then, on 18 June 1858, the last battle of Gwalior took place and the queen took the lead in its army efficiently. They were injured and finally they got Veergriti. Rani Lakshmibai gave the last sacrifice of her life in the freedom war and gave a message to the countrymen and gave a message of sacrifice for freedom. On, Say no good and truth never dies and Aj is immortal. In theIn the same way all of us have the ideal queen or Yeh Mardani, Veerangana Lakshmibai ji, in the hearts of every Indian, even today Ajar Amar is immortal and his exploits are written in the era, cows will not be heard.

Today, people kill daughters only in the womb. They should learn from the life of the legendary Maharani Laxmibai ji that the queen proved herself very young in only 23 years. He proved to be the best daughter, empress, wife and mother and efficient administrator, qualified commander. Like everybody, she wanted to see every Indian daughter be empowered. Because of which he recruited women in his army.

Today, some people who talk hollow about women empowerment. He is also against sending women to army etc. But for all these Rani Lakshmibai is an uncommon and exemplary example that if women want, then geography can change and write new history and keep in mind the destiny of India and change its destiny. You just need to trust them.

Jai Hind

Published in BBC Live.



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