I like Rani Laxmibai's character from my childhood. Today, I want to write about her bravery. So let's start.
She is famous for bravery
About Rani lakshmibai's Life
Currently, the topic of 'Women in Power' is being discussed everywhere. This is the tone of the discussion that women have to handle many fronts at once. Everywhere you have to work harder than men to prove your superiority, where the woman is influential, success is achieved, But many times the ultimate success is not achieved, but the effect does not diminish. A prime example of this is Lakshmibai, the queen of Jhansi.
Indian history is the history of the nobles. If some names are mentioned in Indian history, it has become immortal due to their work. Among them is Lakshmibai, the queen of Virashree Jhansi. Heroism is in her name. it is natural to be reminded of the deeds of the war of independence of 1857. We will learn about the queen of Jhansi.
Queen of Jhansi, daughter of Peshwa Deewan Moropant Tambe, was born on November 19th, 1835. At the tender age of six, she married GangadharRao, the ruler of Jhansi. She was known as Manu. When Manu came to Jhansi, seeing her cleverness and bravery, she came to Jhansi in the form of Lakshmi and named her LakshmiBai.
The History of Lakshmibai is a thorny. LakshmiBai had a son but died just three months later. GangadharRao suffered a great mental shock. As a result, his health deteriorated. In such a situation, he decided to adopt a son from his Newalkar family. GangadharRao felt that after his death, LakshmiBai should take over the reins of government. Deciding this, he sought permission from the British government for an adoption statement.
Glorious For Woman
Her Heroism About Her Subject
Then the Governor General, Lord Dalhousie, had refused to allow a number state to adopt. Similarly, after the death of GangadharRao, the state of Jhansi was also abolished and such an announcement was made by Major Elias in the palace of Jhansi. At that time, the queen of Jhansi replied, I will not give my Jhansi. At that time, Governor Dalhousie proposed to the Queen pension of Rs. 60,000 per annum. But like some other colonists in India, she flatly refused to accept any proposal and challenged the British government.
At the same time, in 1857, Nanasaheb Peshwa, Tatya Tope, and Bahadur Shah Jafar blew the trumpet for independence. With the announcement of Rani Lakshmibai, the whole of Jhansi was ready for sacrifice. The British flag Union Jack, was also removed. When the British declared war, the queen of Jhansi tied her baby to her back, and humped off the horse at the edge of the fort. The British were also amazed at the adventure of the queen of Jhansi.
On June 18, 1858 the battle of Queen took place near Gwalior in front of Hugh Rose. The soldier stabbed her in the stomach, in spite of this, she killed him. The queen cut off the soldier's head with the other hand, pressing the bullet into her leg. She was eventually found in the clutches of British troops. She fell unconscious due to hit in her head.
Her life is full of Courage and Heroism
Her Last Journey
Some of soldiers took her to the hut of Sadhu, named Baba Gangadhar. At last, she died on June 18, 1858. Queen Laxmibai of Jhansi accepted death at the age of 23 and thus a brave queen died a heroic battle. This sacrifice made by a widow for the country is unusual. Due to her bravery, she has gained a firm place in the minds of the people as the 'Goddess of inspiring Revolutionaries'.
This knight queen was the best ruler. She ruled over Jhansi for almost a year. Her policy was that the people should be proud of the fact that we have become the rulers again after being ousted. Even though her life was very simple, she used to go to the Mahalakshmi temple with great pomp, and circumstance. Often in the court she would dress in men's clothes and judge. When the war started, she had entered the battlefield dressed as a man.
It was a political statement of her to go to Darshan in pomp and wear men's clothes with her own people. She was the real ruler of her subject. She was a very dear to the people of Lakshmibai as a kind, faithful, patron ruler of the arts of music and drama. She lived her life with courage and heroism, without accepting the life given by destiny in silence, without dullness, grief or bitterness in her mind. She lived by taking care of the people, instilling vitality and self-esteem in them. Her death changed the measure of success. Despite her failures in war, her qualities of character, ingenuity, incomparable bravery, courage, generosity, and wisdom in politics remain.
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