What is the story of Jhansi ki Rani Laxmi Bai Death

Today in this post, we are going to talk about the great freedom fighter of all time i.e. Jhansi Ki Rani Lakshmibai. She was patriotic and she had given her life while serving for the nation. There is a very famous poem dedicated to the patriotic freedom fighters like Jhansi Ki Rani Lakshmibai

“Jo bhara nahi hai bhavo se, behti jisme rasdhaar nahi, woh hriday nahi hai patthar hai, jisme swadesh ka pyar nahi”

Jhansi ki Rani Laxmi Bai Death Story

Rani Laxmi Bai was born on 19 November 1828 in Bhadanei town of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, whose childhood name was Manikarnika. Her father's name was Moropant Tambe & he was the Peshwa in the court of Bithur. Her father was a modern thinking person who trusted in the freedom of the girls and their education Because of which Laxmi Bai was very influenced by her father. His father had recognized his talent since the childhood of the queen, hence she had been given more freedom even from her childhood.

Jhansi ki Rani Laxmi Bai Death Story

His mother's name was Bhagirathibai, a homemaker lady. When Rani Laxmi Bai was 4 years old, her mother died, after which her father raised Lakshmi Bai. Maharani Laxmi Bai had trained with self-defense, horse riding, shooting, and siege, along with her studies, which enabled her to become an expert in armaments.

Jhansi ki Rani Laxmi Bai Death Story

The marriage of Jhansi ki Rani Laxmi Bai's took place only in the age of 14 with Maharaj Gangadhar Rao of Jhansi in North India. In this manner, Kashi's Manikarnika now became queen of Jhansi. After marriage, she got the new name & she was called Lakshmibai. She was enjoying her marriage life happily and approximately after 9 years, one baby boy was born in the house of Gangadhar Rao but unfortunately, he died after 4 months. In the absence of the son, Maharaj Gangadhar Rao Neewalkar started to be sick & thereafter Maharani Laxmi Bai and Maharaj Gangadhar decided to adopt the son of their relative. The name of the adopted child was Anand Rao but it was changed and made to Damodar Rao.

Jhansi ki Rani Laxmi Bai Death Story

Due to constant sickness, one day Maharaj Gangadhar Rao Nevalaar's health worsened and he died on 21 November 1853. At that time, Rani Lakshmi Bai was only 18 years old. The Rani Lakshmibai was greatly hurt by the news of Raja's death after the son's disintegration, but in such a difficult situation, the Jhansi Ki Rani Lakshmibai did not lose patience and decided to become the state's successor. Lord Dalhousie was Governor at the time. The British rulers who wanted to get Jhansi issued a government gazette on 7 March 1854 & ordered Lakshmibai to add Jhansi into the British Empire.  Lakshmibai was not ready & she said that she would not give her Jhansi.

Jhansi ki Rani Laxmi Bai Death Story

After this, the Maharani Laxmi Bai, who was involved in saving Jhansi, created an army from the peoples of other states. There was an army of around 1400 persons and among all the most renowned faces were Vishnu Ghulam Khan, Dost Khan, Khuda Baksh, Sunder-Mundar, Kashi Bai, Motibai, Lala Bhau Bakh Minister, Dewan Raghunath Singh, Diwan Jawahar Singh.

In March 1858, Britisher attacked Jhansi and captured the Jhansi. During this difficult time, Lakshmibai saved her child from the reach of Britisher. On 17 June 1858, Rani Lakshmi Bai fought against King's Royal Irish and took over the front of Gwalior's front region. In this war, along with the Rani Lakshmibai, her sevaks also accompanied him. The Lakshmibai horse was new in this war because the queen's horse 'Rajaratan' was killed in the last battle.

Jhansi ki Rani Laxmi Bai Death Story & Poems

In this war, the Rani Lakshmibai also feared that this was the last battle of her life. They understood this situation and fought with bravery. She badly injured in this war and fell down from the horse. The Lakshmibai was wearing men's clothes, so the British could not identify them and left her in the war land. After this, the soldiers of the Rani Lakshmibai took her to the nearby river and gave her the water, thereafter Maharani Lakshmibai shared her last wish. She said that to ensure that no Britisher would touch her body. In this way, on 17 June 1858, she died.

Poems of Jhansi ki Rani & Death Story

This is the death story of Jhansi Ki Rani Lakshmibai.

Courageous Veerangana Rani Laxmi Bai always defeated his enemies with bravery and courage. The entire nation proud on her and praising her for the bravery she was carrying. Rani Lakshmi Bai is an inspiration for all of us and especially the women. 

There are some famous poems related to Jhansi Ki Rani Lakshmibai. We have listed a few of them here.

•  Lakshmi thi ya Durga thi woh swayam veerta ki avatar, Dekh Marathe pulkit hote uski talwaron ke vaar

Jhansi ki Rani Poem

• Inki gatha chhod, chale hum Jhansi ke maidano mein, Jahan khadi hai lakshmi bai, mard bani mardano mein Lieutenant Walker aa pahuncha, aage bada jawano mein, Rani ne talwaar kheench li, hua dwand asmanon mein.

• “Chamak uthi san sattavan mein, woh talwar purani thi, Bundele harbolon ke munh humne suni kahani thi, Khoob ladi mardani woh toh Jhansi wali rani thi”. Ghayal hokar giri singhni, use veer gati pani thi, Bundele harbolon ke munh humne suni kahani thi, Khoob ladi mardani woh toh Jhansi wali rani thi.

Jhansi ki Rani Poem

This is the story of Jhansi Ki Rani Lakshmibai and the poems related to Rani. I hope, you liked it. Please share your valuable feedback with us via comment box.


Healthy Pregnancy Tips for Normal Delivery

Being a mother is one of the most beautiful experiences of every woman's life. When the females got to know that she is expecting then there would be no words to express this feeling of happiness. During this time women have won such moments from whom they were unknown to this day. During pregnancy, women undergo many sour experiences and ups and downs and in the complete nine months, she faces several types of problems like a headache, vomiting, stress, blood pressure problem fear, demotivated and many more.

Many precautions are required during this period to handle all such situations. There are three stages of pregnancy called trimester, first trimester, second and third trimester.

Here, in this post, we are sharing some healthy pregnancy tips for normal delivery & for the healthy Baby.

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· Selecting doctor & place of birth (Hospital)

The moment you find out pregnancy, you need to select the right doctor. Early organizing the care helps you to get good advice for healthy pregnancy from the start itself. In the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, there are many problems due to changes in women's hormones, nutrition needs and low blood pressure (low blood pressure). Talk to your doctor well about them and always keep the medicines you need.

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· Go for the normal delivery

Normal Delivery must be favored over cesarean delivery as the mother would take less recuperation time in normal delivery and there are no negative symptoms. Then again, recuperation time is more and there are few side effects also in cesarean delivery.

· Proper, Timely & Healthy Diets

Start eating on time. Determine your eating time and eat something every three hours. Immediately after pregnancy, the need for nutrition for women's body changes. Now women should eat more and more nutritious diet because whatever you eat will affect the baby too. In the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, women should take protein, vitamins, and mineral at most, so that your baby can develop properly.

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· Check-Up of Thyroid before Pregnancy

Get Thyroid Checkup Before Getting Pregnant, do your thyroid checkups because nowadays the problems of hypothyroidism are increasing very fast and if the disease is not detected at the time of pregnancy, then the miscarriage can occur or the born child can be disabled.

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· Drink Water

Drink plenty of water and juice of the so that there is no digestive system problem and urine infection.

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· Regular Check Up & Exercise

It is highly worthwhile to go for regular check up to ensure the wellbeing of the developing baby and mother. Visit the specialists after every 4 weeks (I am telling this from my personal experience) until 28 weeks of pregnancy and after this visit the doctors in every 2 weeks to ensure everything is going well. Exercise is very vital for the well-being of the mother. It helps in controlling weight, enhancing blood circulation etc. Two hours walk (One in the morning and one hour in the evening) is good enough for the health of the mother. Yoga would be a good choice. It is necessary to take the advice from the doctors before practicing any exercise or Yoga so start only after consulting the doctor.

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· Avoid these Things

It is advisable to stop smoking, drinking alcohol & beverages like tea, coffee, soft drinks etc. Drinking such things is one of the major causes of miscarriage, birth complications, low baby weight etc. so it is always advisable to stop such things during pregnancy.

Things to Avoid in Early Pregnancy

· Avoid Few Activities

It is highly recommendable to avoid few activities like climbing stairs, lifting heavy weights, standing for a long period of time, travel, don’t take any medicine without consulting the doctors etc. Several types of health issues occur during the pregnancy but it is always advisable to take advice from the doctor before taking medicine. It would be helpful for both mother and infant.

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History & the places for the celebration of Kumbh Mela

The Kumbh Mela is one of the sacred festivals of Hindu Religion. It has a great significance in the mythology of Hindus. This is the largest gathering and collective act of faith anywhere in the world. Millions of Hindus come into the Mela and take the holy bath at the union of the River Ganga, River Yamuna & the mystical Sarasvati.

The term Kumbh is derived from the Root Kumbhak which means the Kalash of immortality. It is holiest festivals of Hindu.

In the year 2019, Ardh Kumbh Mela is celebrated in the Prayagraaj/Allahabad, the holiest place in India. It would be started from 15th Jan 2019 and would end on 4th March 2019.

Kumbh Mela Image in Allahabad 2019

Do you Know why the Kumbh Mela organized?

What is the history of the Kumbh Mela? Let me share the story of Kumbh Mela with you guys.

According to the mythologies of Hindu, the origin of this grand festival starts from the curse of Durvasa Muni. One day, Durvasa Rishi gifted the beautiful artistic flowers to Indra Dev, which Maneka gave to him. Indra put the garland in the neck of his elephant & thereafter Aaravat threw the garland on the ground and seeing that Durvasa muni became very angry. Durvasa Rishi said to Indra that the continuous appreciation by Gautama and Vasishta Rishi has brought ego within the Indra. To calm the arrogance of Indra, Durvasa Muni had given the curse to all the Devta and due to this curse, Devta lost their strength.

Once the Devta started losing their strength, they went to Lord Shiva & Lord Brahma in order to regain their strength.  Both Lord Shiva & Brahma gave advice to Devta to visit Lord Vishnu and pray to him to get the power again.  Lord Vishnu had shown the path to Devta to the get power back. He advised to churn the ocean of Milk which was known as Ksheera Sagar in order to get Amrit. Since the devtas had not enough power to churn the ocean alone so they went to the demons for their help.  The demons agreed to help them but there was one condition to share the half of the nectar of Amrit with them. The demigods or Devta agreed and Samudra Manthan started. The Meru Mountain played the role of churning rod to churn Ksheera Sagar. The king of serpents “Vasuki” played the part of rope around the mountain.

History of Kumbh Mela

There 14 items came out from this Samudra Manthan and those 14 items are Poison, Parijat Kalpavruksha (A wish-fulfilling tree), Som (Moon), Haridhanu (A Divine bow), Kamdhenu (also known as wish-fulfilling Cow), Sura (Alcohol), A Conch, Dhanwantari, Koustubha mani (A diamond), Uchchaihshravas (A kind of White Horse), Airavat (An elephant having four tusks), Shri Lakshmi Devi (Consort of Shrivishṇu), Devanganas such as Rambha etc.

At the end, Amrit Kalash came out.

When the Amrit Kalash came out, the Demigods started fearing for the fact that if these demons took this Amrit, they became immortal and it was not possible to defeat them in the fight. Therefore, God gave the signal to the Son of Indra to take this holy Pot from Dhanwantari and ran away. Demons started running behind the Indra’s son and they started fighting for Amrit Kalash. They fought for 12 days and during this battle, the few drops of that Amrit fell down at four places of the earth. On these four places, this Kumbh Mela is celebrated. It is the story related to the history of Kumbh Mela.

What are the Places of Kumbh Mela?

The Kumbh Mela is celebrated on the four places and those four places are as follows:

• Haridwar Kumbh on the Ganges in Uttarakhand

History of Kumbh Mela Allahabad, Ujjain, Haridwar, Nashik

• Ujjain Kumbh on the Shipra in Madhya Pradesh

History of Kumbh Mela Allahabad, Ujjain, Haridwar, Nashik

• Nashik Kumbh on the Godavari in Maharashtra

History of Kumbh Mela Allahabad, Ujjain, Haridwar, Nashik 2019

There are Four types of Kumbh Mela i.e. Normal Kumbh Mela, Ardh (half) Kumbh Mela, Purna (complete) Kumbh Mela & Maha Kumbh Mela. The normal Kumbh Mela, Ardh (half) Kumbh Mela, Purna (complete) Kumbh Mela, & Maha Kumbh Mela is held in every 3 years, every 6 years, every 12 years, & every 144 years respectively. Based on the planetary positions, Purna (complete) Kumbh Mela are organized at any of the four places i.e. Prayag (Allahabad), Haridwar, Ujjain, and Nashik. The Maha Kumbh Mela is always organized in Prayagraj/Allahabad.

Ardh Kumbh Mela in Allahabad 2019

Kumbh Mela in Allahabad/Prayagraj 2019

Prayagraj/Allahabad Ardh Kumbh Mela, 2019 is the upcoming Ardh Kumbh Mela to be held at Triveni Sangam in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, India from January to March 2019.

Kumbh Mela Image in Allahabad 2019

The logo of 2019 Allahabad Kumbh demonstrates a gathering of Sadhus washing in the Sangam confluence of the Ganga and the Yamuna. 

Allahabad Kumbh Mela Image 2019

The Uttar Pradesh government has proclaimed that all state government documents, letterheads and publicity material, including advertisements and hoardings, should convey the new logo. The Government directed to all the Cinema Authorities to display the Logo of Allahabad Ardh Kumbh Mela straight after playing the national anthem.

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What are the advantages of Biodegradable Sanitary Pads in India?

Did you know that there over a billion non-biodegradable sanitary pads blockage India’s sewage systems, water bodies and landfills?

Did you know most of the sanitary napkins are made out of plastic?

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Yes, you are reading right. Most of the sanitary pads are made of Plastic & this plastic is bleached with chlorine & It is the reason women get rashes, allergies, and general irritation when she is on your period.

There are several disadvantages women are facing from these plastic sanitary pads. Few of them are listed below.

•  Women have to face rashes, allergy, infection etc. if they use conventional pads. Conventional pads are bleached to make it in white color and this process produces the harmful by-products called dioxin. It is very dangerous for females.

•  Cost of plastic pads would be more if we calculate the long time period.

•  Ordinary or non-Biodegradable Sanitary pads waste gathers in landfills, where it piles up into a harmful, non-biodegradable mass of bacteria such as Escherichia coli. Incineration, one of the most common ways to discard of such waste, has to be done in such a way that the dangerous exhaust discharged don't escape into the air.

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The list is not exhausted yet. There is one more area where we need to focus and that area is our environment. Yes, I am talking about our own environment. Conventional pads are made from plastic and it takes centuries for biodegrading.  It is difficult to calculate the loss incurred to the environment by such products.

Here the question arises, is there any solution to this problem? Do we have some alternative for this?

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Then the Answer is Yes. Yes, there are several options available in the market. The market is offering a smarter & environment-friendly option for the females. These alternative options of sanitary pads are made from bamboo, organic cotton etc. which are an environment-friendly and good option for females in the period time. 

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Let us discuss some advantages of Organic Sanitary Pads over Plastic Sanitary Pads for more clarity

•  With the usage of organic sanitary pads, the chances of infection and the skin rashes in the women sensitive part is very less.

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•  Organic or biodegradable sanitary napkins are environment-friendly as well. Switching to alternatives and even small personal choices can have a tremendous positive impact on our environment. Decomposition of the conventional plastic pads takes millions of years, also their production causes a lot of harm to the natural environment.

•  By opting organic sanitary pads options, you can save lots of money. These products are much cheaper and budget friendly.

•  Biodegradable Sanitary napkins are the healthier option as well as these pads are either made of cotton or bamboos. On the contrary side, conventional sanitary pads are made mostly from plastic which not only harms the environment but also feminine health.
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Here are the Information & Interesting Facts about Delhi Metro

Do you live in Delhi? If yes, then you must have been travelled in Delhi Metro. Delhi Metro is one of the most popular public transportation in India.  It Provides comfortable, air-conditioned & eco-friendly services for the first time in India and totally changed the scenario for transportation.  The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation was registered under the companies act 1956 with equal equity of Government of India & Government of Delhi. The Construction of Delhi Metro has been taken place in several phases. Currently, Phase 1, Phase 2 & Phase 3 of the Delhi Metro are Operational and the 4th phase got the nod from Delhi & Central Government. The Work for the 4th Phase would be started very soon and would get completed in 2024 as per the projections are given by DMRC. 

Information & Interesting Facts about Delhi Metro

The details of various phases of the metro are as follows: 

•  In the first phase, a total of 65 Km long network had been built with 58 stations and the included routes were yellow, blue & initial parts of the red.
•  In the 2nd phase of the Delhi Metro, a total of 124 Km long network with 85 stations had been built and 3 new colour coded lines i.e. orange, violet, and green line were added in the network.
•  The 3rd phase of the Delhi Metro included several extensions into the existing line and the addition of two new colour coded lines such as pink and magenta line.
•  The 4th Phase of the Delhi Metro got the approval and click here to get the details of the 4th phase.

I hope you are commuting from Delhi Metro but here in this post, I would tell you some amazing facts about the Delhi Metro

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1.  After completing the 4th phase, the network of the Delhi Metro would become 400 Km.  It would become the 4th largest network in the world.  In the year 2014, Delhi Metro was ranked as 2nd most popular metro in the world after New York.

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2. The Planning of Delhi metro had started in the year 1984 but the DMRC was established in the year 1995 and the construction of Delhi Metro started in 1998. The first phase of the metro was completed almost 3 years ahead of schedule, which was an achievement.

3. On 24th December 2002, Delhi Metro ran first time on the red line in between Shahdara & Tis Hazari. This Line was inaugurated by Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

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4. Delhi Metro not only serve in the Delhi but also connects Gurugram, Noida, Ghaziabad, & Faridabad.

5. The female & male announcers of the Delhi Metro are Rini Simon & Shammi Narang respectively. 

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6. Delhi Metro is one of the best environment-friendly transport options. DMRC has been certified by the UN as the first metro that gets carbon credits for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.  The pollution of Delhi reduced by 630,000 tonnes per year due to the Delhi Metro.

7. Delhi Metro carries on an average of more than 2.76 million passengers every day.  More than 100 crore people travelled in the year 2016~2017 by the Delhi Metro. On 4th August 2014, the highest number of passengers travelled and it was more than 27 lakhs.

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8. There are no dustbins in the metro stations but still, most of the metro stations are quite clean. Thanks to the metro team working there for administration.

9. Sari Guard Feature has been used in the escalator of Delhi Metro that stops saris from getting tangled in the Delhi Metro. This feature avoids the unexpected accident in the Delhi Metro.

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10. There is always an even number of coaches in the Delhi Metro such as four, six & eight. It is because the two coaches of the Delhi Metro are attached and between them, one is driver car and another one is the motor car.

11. DMRC and ICICI bank together has launched a DMRC debit card which has an auto top-up facility and gives you 10% discount on the metro fare.

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12. The Rajiv Chowk metro station was named for Rajiv Goswami, a politically active student who protested against the Mandal Commission job reservation recommendations.
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13. One of the great features of Delhi Metro is its punctuality and it runs on time most of the time in spite of facing several technical glitches.

14. You probably observed power cuts at the stations, yet they are really the power shifts. The stations are the neutral zones and they supply the power to the metros as 250 KV from a single metro is not possible. The other stations act as energy suppliers for the metro.

15. The construction of the Delhi Metro has been taken place in such a manner so it becomes very friendly to disabled persons. The lift buttons are placed low for wheelchair accessibility and the yellow stripes are the corridor for visually impaired travellers. It helps them for the entry and exits.

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16. The first extra-dossed bridge in India was constructed under the Delhi Metro project. It lies between Pragati Maidan and Indraprastha.

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17. The Shooting of several movies has been taken place in the Delhi Metro. The famous movies are Bewefaa, Paa, DevD, Love Aaj Kal etc.

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