Kangana Ranaut's film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi
Manikarnika: Kangana Ranaut's film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi has a teaser out. After the performance of this movie, the desire to know more about Manikarnika has increased among the people. After all, who was Manicharnika, whose character is playing Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut. After all, who was the woman, who tricked the British and enemies alone with their sword and gun. Here are 10 things about Manikarnika, which will make it easier for you to understand this 'queen'.
Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi Unknown facts
1. Manikarnika is no other but rather queen of Jhansi. His childhood name was Manikarnika and he was also called Manu and Chabali with love. He was born on November 19, 1828.
2. Manikarnika relating to the Maratha Brahmin family was wealthy for the scriptures and suffering from childhood. His father served Moropant Maratha Bajirao (second) and mother Bhagirathi Bai was very intelligent and knew about Sanskrit. But after the birth of Manikarnika, he did not get mother's love for 4 years, he died in 1832.
3. Rani Lakshmibai and Raja Gangadhar, after eight years of marriage, got a son of 1851, who could survive only for 4 months. From this point, Gangadhar went into mourning and started to get sick. Looking at the disease, Rani Lakshmibai and Raja Gangadhar Rao were advised to adopt a son.
4. Two years after the death of his son, 1853 Raja Gangadhar Rao died too. Earlier, Gangadhar Rao had adopted a son named Damodar Rao.
5. After the death of son and King Gangadhar Rao himself, Rani Lakshmibai began to weaken and the advantage was taken by the English Government and the neighboring states. Together they all started attacking Jhansi.
6. In 1842, at the age of 14, Manikarnika was married to King Gangadhar Rao Nevalkar of Jhansi. Raja Gangadhar Rao was a worthy Maratha king of Jhansi. Prior to his tenure, Jhansi was crushed under British debt. But after coming to power, in a few years, they forced the English out. Rani Manikarnika was with her at this time. For this reason, King Gangadhar considered Manikarnika auspicious. Due to this, Rani Lakshmibai got her new name in the name of Mata Lakshmi.
7. Rani Lakshmibai's Hamshkal Jharkhandi used to deceive the enemy army. The special thing is that they used to wear clothes and jewelry as the Queen Laxmibai used to land in the field. Jhalakari Bai fought many wars but was caught by British hands. Their heroism is still narrated in Bundelkhand through folk songs and folklore. Not only that, the Government of India issued a postage stamp in honor of Jhalakari Bai on July 22, 2001.
8. By 1857, the violence in Jhansi was surrounded on all sides and then Rani Lakshmibai herself took the responsibility of protecting Jhansi from the enemies. He prepared his women's army and named it 'Durga Dal'. The head of this Durga Dal made him his skeptical Jharkhandi Bai.
9. During a war in 1858, the English army surrounded the entire Jhansi and captured the entire city. But Rani Lakshmibai succeeded in escaping. From there, Nickelar met Tatya Tope.
10. Rani Lakshmibai, together with Tatya Tope, captured a fort of Gwalior. But on 18 June 1858, Queen Laxmibai died at the age of 23 while fighting the British.