Rani Lakshmi Bai, the fiery Queen of Jhansi, also known as the Rani of Jhansi, was known for her bravery and is a role model for women in India.
On the occasion of her birthday on 19th November, television actresses like Avika Gor, Tejasswi Prakash, Kamya Punjabi among others pay tribute to the queen.
British left no stone unturned to dethrone the Queen. They entered Jhansi and looted common people and killed many women and children. Lakshmi Bai decided to fight instead of surrendering to the British. She is a great inspiration for every common girl who surrenders instead of fighting for her rights.
Rani Laxmi Bai is an epitome of wisdom, courage, bravery, and progressive views on women empowerment even in the 19th century. She was well versed and at the same time when she went to war where she was the very embodiment of war goddess Kali. This for me is the very essence of being a woman. As we are beautiful, frail at times but when needed inside that tender body is a lioness’s spirit.
I feel every Indian citizen is inspired by Queen of Jhansi. Her determination, strength, valour, and sense of justice are for sure inspirational for each female. She proved we are beautiful but can be more than a lioness when it’s about our dignity.
The British eyed the kingdom of Jhansi and tried to take advantage of Rani’s lack of experience. They considered Rani to be helpless but she was determined and denied them control of her kingdom. Lakshmi Bai became an inspiration to many after she proved females are not less than males.
Queen of Jhansi is inspiring for every female. She proves that we are not weak at all. We can fight our wars and are not at all dependent on others. Her courageous fighting skills are something we should learn from her.
Rani Laxmi Bai has actually defined strength, bravery, beauty and loyalty a female has inside her. She was one of the biggest reasons behind our freedom today.
Rani Lakshmi Bai's bravery, courage, wisdom, her progressive views on women’s empowerment in the 19th century, and her sacrifices made her an icon of the Indian Independence Movement.
Queen of Jhansi defines the beauty of a female. The way she stood up for democracy and fought the evil need lots of courage. Her justice and skills inspire many.