Lakshmi Bai

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Lakshmi Bai


Full name:- Rani Laxmibai
Other Names :- Manu, Manikarnika
Born:- 19 November 1835
Birth land:- Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
Death :-17 June 1858
Death place:- Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
Guardian:- Moropant Tambe and Bhagirathi Bai
Spouse :- Gangadhar Rao Niwalkar
Children:- Damodar Rao
Rani Lakshmibai was the queen of Maratha-ruled Jhansi and the first vanita of India's freedom struggle.
Citizenship:- indian
Other information:- Rani Lakshmibai was named 'Manikarnika' in childhood, but Manikarnika was fondly called 'Manu'. After marriage, she was named 'Lakshmibai'.

Life introduction:-
                                          Rani Lakshmibai was born on November 19, 1835 in Asiaghat, Varanasi, the sacred and sacred region of Kashi. His father's name was 'Moropant Tambe' and mother's name was 'Bhagirathi Bai'. Her childhood name was 'Manikarnika' but Manikarnika was fondly called 'Manu'. Manu was still four-five years old when his mother died. Father Moropant Tambe was an ordinary Brahmin and the last Peshwa Bajirao II's servant. Mata Bhagirathi Bai was a sushil, shrewd and beautiful woman. She had come to Bithoor with her father when her mother died. It was here that he learned Mallavidya, horse riding and armaments. Since there was no one to take care of Manu at home, his father Moropant used to take Manu with him to the court of Bajirao where the playful and handsome Manu captivated everyone. Bajirao used to call Manu ‘Chhabili’ with love.
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Battle of Jhansi:-
                                 At that time a large part of India was ruled by the British. They wanted to take over Jhansi. He thought it an appropriate opportunity. She felt that Rani Lakshmibai is a woman and will not resist us. He refused to accept the queen's adopted son as the heir of the kingdom and sent a letter to the queen saying that since the king has no son, Jhansi will now have the authority of the British. The queen was furious after hearing this and announced that I will not give my Jhansi. The British arose. As a result, the British attacked Jhansi. Rani also did the complete preparation for the war. Cannons were placed on the ramparts of the fort. The queen gave her palace gold and silver to make cannon balls.

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The death:-
         The queen was having unbearable pain, but the face was shining with divine ear. He once saw his son, and then he had the glittering eye closed forever. It was the day of June 17, 1858, when this flame of revolution became immortal. His pyre was placed in the same hut which was lit by his son Damodar Rao. Rani's body was merged with the fifth and she became immortal forever. He died in Gwalior. Influenced by the valor of Rani Lakshmibai, the Heroes also had to say - "He is the only man among Indian revolutionaries." The queen was the best and the bravest among the military leaders of the rebel soldiers and her death broke the backbone of the rebellion in Central India.

The dynasties who rose to the throne had depicted Bhukruti,
The old came to India again was a new youth,
Everyone recognized the value of lost freedom,
Everyone was determined to do away with Firangi.
In the seventy-seven that shone, that sword was old,
We heard the story from the mouth of Bundel bards,
Fought gallantly, she was the Queen of Jhansi.

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