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Jhalkari Bal Jayanti: The freedom struggle started with the revolution of 1857 to revolt against the oppression of the British and fight for freedom. The Revolution of 1857 in India is one of the most prominent events in the pages of history. The names of Mangal Pandey and Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi are prominent in this revolution. His heroic saga is told to the children in the form of a story. How a woman rebelled against British rule to protect her kingdom and her adopted child. The name of this woman was Laxmibai, who was the queen of Jhansi. But the Rani of Jhansi was not the only woman in this movement. Along with him, a woman commander also fought in the war of independence. The name of this female soldier was Jhalkaribai. Jhalkari Bai was neither a queen nor was the power of Jhansi in her hands. But Jhalkari Bai laid down her life to protect her motherland. Today is the birth anniversary of Jhalkari Bai, this woman agitator of the freedom struggle. Let’s know about Jhalkari Bai.

Childhood of Jhalkari Bai

Historians say that Jhalkari Bai was a resident of Bhojla village. His village was near the fort of Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi. To the south of the fort was the Unnao Gate, where the people of Jhalkari Bai’s family still live. Jhalkari Bai was courageous since childhood. His mother died at an early age. Father trained Jhalkari Bai in horse riding and weapon handling.

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Brave Jhalkari Bai

It is said that once a leopard attacked Jhalkari Bai in her childhood. Jhalkari Bai killed the leopard with an ax without fear. There is one more story. Jhalkari Bai was attacked by some dacoits at the house of the village merchant. Even then Jhalkari Bai gave him a befitting reply and chased him out of the village.

Jhalkari Bai’s marriage

Seeing her courage, she was married to Puran Kori, a soldier posted in Jhansi’s army. After marriage, he met Rani Lakshmi Bai during a puja. Rani Laxmibai was surprised to see Jhalkari Bai, because she looked exactly like Laxmibai. When Lakshmibai heard the stories of Jhalkari Bai’s courage, she included her in Jhansi’s army. Here he learned to use guns, swords and cannons.

By taking the form of Lakshmibai, she tricked the British.

When the English army attacked the fort of Jhansi, the generals advised Rani Lakshmibai to leave the fort. Jhalkari Bai’s husband had been martyred in the war. He planned to trick the British and took command of the army by wearing Laxmibai’s clothes. The British didn’t even get a clue that she was not the queen of Jhansi, but Jhalkari Bai. Jhalkari Bai also reached General Rose’s camp. During this, getting a chance, the queen of Jhansi went away from there. Jhalkari Bai knew that wherever she was going, she would not get anything except death, but to protect her motherland, kingdom, queen and prince, Jhalkari Bai did not even care about her life.

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Jhalkari Bal Jayanti: The freedom struggle started with the revolution of 1857 to revolt against the oppression of the British and fight for freedom. The Revolution of 1857 in India is one of the most prominent events in the pages of history. The names of Mangal Pandey and Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi are prominent in this revolution. His heroic saga is told to the children in the form of a story. How a woman rebelled against British rule to protect her kingdom and her adopted child. The name of this woman was Laxmibai, who was the queen of Jhansi. But the Rani of Jhansi was not the only woman in this movement. Along with him, a woman commander also fought in the war of independence. The name of this female soldier was Jhalkaribai. Jhalkari Bai was neither a queen nor was the power of Jhansi in her hands. But Jhalkari Bai laid down her life to protect her motherland. Today is the birth anniversary of Jhalkari Bai, this woman agitator of the freedom struggle. Let’s know about Jhalkari Bai.

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Childhood of Jhalkari Bai

Historians say that Jhalkari Bai was a resident of Bhojla village. His village was near the fort of Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi. To the south of the fort was the Unnao Gate, where the people of Jhalkari Bai’s family still live. Jhalkari Bai was courageous since childhood. His mother died at an early age. Father trained Jhalkari Bai in horse riding and weapon handling.

Brave Jhalkari Bai

It is said that once a leopard attacked Jhalkari Bai in her childhood. Jhalkari Bai killed the leopard with an ax without fear. There is one more story. Jhalkari Bai was attacked by some dacoits at the house of the village merchant. Even then Jhalkari Bai gave him a befitting reply and chased him out of the village.

Jhalkari Bai’s marriage

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