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Essay on “Rani Laxmibai” Complete Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduation and other classes.

My favourite character in History-(Maharni Laxmibai)

There are only a few names of women warriors in the history of India. Razia Begum, Durga wati, chand Bibi and Maharani Laxmi Bai. The last stands the highest amongst them all. She is a star of great glory. She is the most brilliant example of brave Indian womanhood. Her simple memorial at Gwalior makes the visitor bow his head to her real greatness.

Laxmi Bai was born in 1835 near Poona. She was the daughter of Moropant. Her mother was a pious lady. She died when her daughter Manu, as she was then called, was only four years old. Manu’s father moved to Kasi for a job and thence to give recognition to the adoption of a son by the Maharana.

Coming events cast their shadows before. Manu was a fearless and courageous girl from her childhood. She was very fond of swordsmanship, archery and horse riding. She played with Nana sahib and Tantia tope, the future heroes of India’s first War of Independence. But to them also she was a great guide.

Manu was married to the Maharana Pratap of Jhansi. She began tobe called Maharani Laxmi Bai. Her presence in Jhansi. She began to be called Maharani Laxmi Bai. Her presence in Jhansi brought a new change in the life of the old Maharaja. She gave birth to a sons who died only three months later. Her husband could not bear this great loss and passed away leaving her shelter less at a time when the British rulers and passed away leaving her shelter less at a time when the British rulers were tightening their hold over India. They refused to recognize the adopted son of the Maharaja.

Laxmi Bai proved a very capable administrator. She personally supervised the affairs of the state. She looked after the welfare of her subjects. She brought a new life and sunshine into the life of the poor. She raised the status os women by inviting them to take part in the affairs of the State. She died when her daughter Manu, as she was then called, was only four years old. Manu’s father moved to Kasi for a job and thence to give recognition to the adoption of a son by the Maharana. She fell fighting like a brave warrior. With her death the backbone of the so called mutiny was broken.

The Rani represented the awakened soul of India roused by foreign rulers.  With a few devoted followers the Rani retreated towards Kalpi. The British forces hotly pursued her because they knew that she was the storm centre of the opposition. General who fought against her, she was the bravest and the noblest of all.

 

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