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THE STORY OF ONDIVEERAN PAGADAI

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THE STORY OF ONDIVEERAN PAGADAI After borrowing 20,000 rupees from the East India Company, Arcot Nawab passed over the proper of getting tax over the kings of Tamil Nadu to the East India Company and so the agency got here to the kingdom with their weapons and heaps of troopers …

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Onake Obavva

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Onake Obavva Chitradurga, which is located amidst towering boulders and hillocks, is a small city in Karnataka, India. The Nayaka Dynasty as soon as dominated this rocky terrain for about 250 years between the 1550s and 1700s. During the late-1700s, the Chitradurga kingdom lay in between two wonderful powers — …

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Mata Bhag Kaur Ji

Mata Bhag Kaur Ji

Mata Bhag Kaur Ji Mata Bhag Kaur Ji used to be a descendant of Pero Shah, the youthful brother of Bhai Launga a Dhillon Jatt who had transformed a Sikh throughout the time of Guru Arjan. Born at her ancestral village of Jabal, in present-day Amritsar district of Punjab, she …

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Begum Hazrat Mahal

Begum Hazrat Mahal

Begum Hazrat Mahal Begum Hazrat Mahal used to be one of the few ladies who challenged the British in the course of the riot of 1857. Her maiden identify was once Muhammadi Khanum. She was once born at Faizabad, Awadh. She married Nawab Wajid Ali Shah. Awadh used to be …

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Jhalkari Bai

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Jhalkari Bai Lost in the pages of records is the story of a great warrior and female named Jhalkari Bai. Hailing from a humble background, she rose the ranks to grow to be a marketing consultant to the legendary Rani Laxmibai. In fact, so brave was once she that at …

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Uda Devi – the Dalit leader in 1857 mutiny

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Uda Devi – the Dalit leader in 1857 mutiny When we speak about women’s roles in 1857, we without delay suppose of Rani Lakshmibai and Begum Hazrat Mahal. But have been these the solely ladies who contributed to the struggle? There have been many from the non-dominant castes that have …

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Baba Kashi Ram

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Baba Kashi Ram Baba Kanshi Ram (11 July 1882 – 15 October 1943) was once an Indian poet and activist for independence born in the Indian nation of Himachal Pradesh. At the age of seven, he married Sarasvati Devi who, at that time, was once simply 5 years old. He …

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Pradyot Kumar Bhattacharya

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Pradyot Kumar Bhattacharya Dear Friends, Pradyot Kumar Bhattacharya (31 August 1905—22 November 1984) was once an engineer through occupation who used to be related with groups like Tata Iron and Steel Company and Damodar Valley Corporation. He visited Sri Aurobindo Ashram for the first time in 1933 and joined it …

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Yashwantrao Holkar

Yashwantrao Holkar

Since 1795, matters had been on a downward spiral for the Marathas. With the deaths of Sawai Madhavrao, Mahadji Shinde and Nana Phadnavis, there was once a management vacuum, solely exacerbated by way of the inexperience of Bajirao II, Daulatrao Shinde and Yashwantrao Holkar. Then there was once the drought …

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