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  • Essay On Sarojini Naidu

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    her literary career at the tender age of 12! #4. Jhansi ki Rani Rani Lakshmi Bai was popularly known as Jhansi Ki Rani and she is known for her bravery and patriotism. She shook the entire British Raj and played a pivotal role in India’s independence. She used to dress up in a saree, tied the Maharashtrian way and she also wore a turban on her head. She used to carry a shield and a sword, which you can make using cardboard. Famous Poem on Jhansi Ki Rani: I’m sure most of us have heard of this poem

  • Girl Power

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    Rani would then be further strengthened to be accompanied by her trained warriors in the fight for the defense of Jhansi where they fought like fierce lions out for revenge. At warfront in 1858, the Britishers attacked Jhansi and Rani along with her faithful warriors who fought with full spirit and decided not to give up till their soul should burn into ashes. The fight prolonged for two weeks and Rani Lakshmi Bai was

  • Outline Of A Biography Of Mother Teresa

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    "How valiantly like a man battled she,/ The Rani of Jhansi/ On every parapet a firearm she set/ Raining blaze of hellfire,/ How well like a man battled the Rani of Jhansi/ How valiantly and well!" She is an image of lady masculinity as the line says in her admiration "Khoob ladi mardani wo to jhansi wali rani thi" (Bravely and tirelessly she battled like men). The most well known sythesis of Subhadra Kumari Chauhan is the Hindi sonnet Jhansi ki Rani, a candidly charged depiction of the life of

  • Symbolization Of Rani

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    FICTIONALIZATION OF HISTORY IN JAYASREE MISRA'S NOVEL RANI Abstract: The famous Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi is often celebrated as icon of our freedom struggle, symbol of bravery and a beacon of light. We have idolized her as a goddess- a role model for women, rarely trying to examine and even deliberately ignoring her human aspect.The novel traces all the historical events in Rani's life which form the skeletal framework of the manuscript but it goes beyond that to fill in the flesh and blood through

  • Role of Women in India Freedom

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    INTRODUCTION We record our homage and deep admiration for the Womanhood of India who in the hour of peril for the motherland forsook the shelter of their homes and with unfailing courage and endurance stood shoulder to shoulder with their menfolk, in the frontline of India’s national army to share with them the sacrifices and triumphs of the struggle”. From a Resolution passed on January 26, 1931. When the history of India's fight for Independence comes to be written, the sacrifice made by the

  • Causes Of Failure Of Independence

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    social problems The East India Company was aiming to annex all the states of India like Avadh, Tanjore, Jhansi, Satara, etc. That’s why they introduced systems like Doctrine of Lapse by which Indian states could be taken over by the Company in case there was no male heir to the throne of the state. This provoked the rulers like Nana Sahib, the adopted son of Peshwa and Lakshmi Bai, the Rani of Jhansi. The Company also declared that after the death of the then Mughal emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar, his family

  • Causes And Reasons For The War Of Independence 1857

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    intending to attach every one of the conditions of India like Avadh, Tanjore, Jhansi, Satara, and so forth. That is the reason they presented frameworks like Doctrine of Lapse by which Indian states could be assumed control by the Company on the off chance that there was no male beneficiary to the position of authority of the state. This incited the rulers like Nana Sahib, the received child of Peshwa and Lakshmi Bai, the Rani of Jhansi. The Company likewise announced that after the demise of the then Mughal

  • What Was The Revolt Of 1857 Essay

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    Introduction In the beginning of the nineteenth century, British claimed the title and position as the world’s greatest imperial power. It had convinced itself, after its victory in the Napoleonic wars, that the British were the chosen race to rule the world and bring about the western civilizations to the back. This belief of possessing supreme authority is what led British to conquer its remaining colonies, one of which was the great India. Its quest to conquer India under the workings of the title

  • Nt1330 Unit 3 Venn Diagrams

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    DataColumn("Name", typeof(string)); DataColumn dc13 = new DataColumn("City", typeof(string)); table1.Columns.Add(dc11); table1.Columns.Add(dc12); table1.Columns.Add(dc13); table1.Rows.Add(111,"Amit Kumar", "Jhansi"); table1.Rows.Add(222, "Rajesh Tripathi", "Delhi"); table1.Rows.Add(333, "Vineet Saini", "Patna"); table1.Rows.Add(444, "Deepak Dwij",

  • All that Kanpur, India has to Offer

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    Kanpur Cantonment Kanpur is one of the largest cities in India, known for its large tanneries (hence called the Leather City). It is located in Uttar Pradesh, and is the largest city in the state. Kanpur played an important role in shaping the history of India, as it was a center of industrial revolution in India. Kanpur is believed to have been founded by King Hindu Singh (of Sachendi). Situated on the right bank of river Ganges, Kanpur Cantonment (also known as Kanpur Cantt) is the largest