Rani Laxmi Bai Biography : Age, Birth And Death

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Rani Laxmi Bai Biography in English










Rani Laxmi Bai’s Father’s NameMoropant Tambe
Rani Laxmi Bai Mother’s NameBhagirathi Sapre
Rani Laxmi Bai Date Of Birth19 November 1828
Rani Laxmi Bai’s Husband’s NameRaja Gangadhar Rao Nimbalkar 
Rani Laxmi Bai Son NameDamodar Rao ( Anand Rao )
Rani Laxmi Bai’s Death Date18 June 1858







The name of Rani Lakshmi Bai holds a very important place among the fighters of the Indian freedom struggle.





He lost his life at the young age of just 23 while fighting with British rule for India’s independence. Indian society will always be indebted to this Indian heroine.





Rani Lakshmi Bai: Date Of Birth And Birth Place




Lakshmi Bai was born on 19 November 1828 in a Maratha Brahmin family. The place of his birth is present Varanasi district of Uttar Pradesh.




Lakshmi Bai’s parents were related to the Maharashtra state of India, his father’s name was Moropant Tambe and his mother’s name was Bhagirathi Sapre, Lakshmi Bai’s name in childhood was Manikarnika, but everyone used to call him affectionately, Manu.





When Lakshmi Bai was only 4 years old, her mother died, and her father Moropant was in the state service of Maratha Chhatrap Bajirao, so there was no hindrance in the upbringing of Laxmi Bai, so Moropant took Laxmibai with him.




Manu, of fickle nature, charmed everyone there, and all the courtiers there started calling her affectionately, Chhabili, gradually Manu started growing up, she was trained in weapons along with the scriptures.





Married life of Lakshmi Bai





Lakshmi Bai was married to Raja Gangadhar Rao Nimbalkar of Jhansi in 1842, then there Manu’s name was changed to Lakshmi Bai, thus Manu became Lakshmi Bai, the queen of Jhansi.





Lakshmi Bai’s married life was not a happy one. Gangadhar Rao and Lakshmi Bai were blessed with a son in 1851, but Lakshmi Bai’s son died at the young age of 4 months, Lakshmi Bai’s husband Gangadhar Rao also remained very unwell, and at the behest of many people, Gangadhar Rao adopted the adopted son. Gangadhar Rao died on 21 November 1853.





The doctrine of Lapse and Jhansi 





Dalhousie, the Governor General of the Government of British India, had decided to merge Jhansi State with the British Empire under the policy of annexation (doctrine of lapse), he did not accept Damodar Rao as the successor of Jhansi. A British Englishman, he was a lawyer, filed a case in the London court through him, but no decision could be taken against the British government, the case was dismissed after much debate, after that the British government made Rani Lakshmi Bai Ordered to leave Jhansi fort and took control of the property and treasury of Jhansi state.





The king of Jhansi ordered to deduct of part of the debt of the late Gangadhar Rao from the expenses of the queen annually, after leaving the fort, Rani Lakshmi Bai had to go to live in the Rani Mahal and then on 7 March 1854, the British government occupied Jhansi.





Rani Lakshmi Bai’s struggle with British rule





Many kings, who had become victims of the usurpation policy against British rule, supported Rani Laxmi Bai, in which the names of the queen Hazrat Mahal, Zeenat Mahal, who was the queen of the last Mughal emperor, Raja Mardan Singh of Wanpur, Tatya Tope, etc. is noted.





Rani Lakshmi Bai herself also formed the Swayam Sevak Army, in which mainly women were recruited and were made proficient in war skills. Rani Lakshmi Bai’s lookalike, Jhalkari Bai, had a prominent place among the women soldiers. The general public of Jhansi also had significant cooperation in this struggle.





Death of Rani Lakshmi Bai





In the first freedom struggle of 1857, the name of a heroine who raised the flag of freedom against British rule was Rani Lakshmi Bai, who was the queen of the Maratha-ruled state. His age was only 23 years while taking the front from the British Empire.





In January 1858, the British government army advanced towards Jhansi and laid siege to the city in the month of March, due to which Tatya’s combined forces reached Rani Vibus to seek help from Tatya Tope. Tope and Rani Lakshmi Bai and the rebel soldiers of Gwalior again captured a fort in Gwalior, Rani Lakshmi Bai fought the army of British rule with full force but she died on 18 June 1858 at Kota Sarai near Gwalior.






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