Queen of Jhansi
Who would not have heard about the queen of Jhansi. Even the British used to miss sixes due to their bravery feats. The Rani of Jhansi participated in the 1857 rebellion as a major fighter. We remember him today only because of his bravery.
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Begum Hazrat Mahal
During the revolt of 1857, the name of Begum Hazrat Mahal was written in golden letters. She was the first woman freedom fighter who took the responsibility of uniting the country’s village village against the exploitation of the British. He faced the British and took over Lucknow. He also declared his son the king of Awadh. However, later the British forcibly sent him to Nepal.
Sarojini Naidu is definitely a role model for today’s women. In a time when women did not even have the freedom to get out of the house, Sarojini Naidu was making women aware day and night with the goal of liberating the country from home. Sarojini Naidu was one of the few women who later became the first President of INC and also held the post of Governor of Uttar Pradesh. She was also a poet.
He took the responsibility of spreading the importance of educating women to the masses. He only said that if you educate a boy, then you are educating a man alone, but if you educate a girl, then you are educating the whole family. She saw many aspects of female harassment in her time and saw girls being deprived of the right to education. In such a situation, despite facing opposition and being humiliated, he had taken the responsibility of providing basic education to the girls to bring them into the mainstream.
Vijay Lakshmi Pandit
Jawaharlal Nehru’s sister Vijayalakshmi also participated extensively in all the activities for the development of the country. She served the country for many years and later became the first woman president of the United Nations General Assembly. She was a diplomat, politician as well as a writer
Aruna Asif Ali
Aruna Asaf Ali was an active member of the Congress party at that time and participated in the freedom struggle shoulder to shoulder for the country’s independence. While in jail, he also fought for the rights of political prisoners of Tihar Jail. While in jail, he went on hunger strike for the benefit of the prisoners. For this, he had to face the punishment of the dungeon.
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Bhikaji Cama can also be remembered as the bravest woman in the history of Indian independence struggle. She also participated in several national and international forums for gender equality. She was one of the founders of the Indian Home Rule Society. He wrote many revolutionary literature. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi does not confirm these. Contact the concerned specialist before implementing them.)