Unforgettable Women Freedom Fighters
Our independence was hard battled. The British led over our country for quite a while. We had legends that had fought for us. Both men and women sacrificed their lives for independence.
Women fought like a warrior from the colonial rule to give us the free land. These ladies spunk and assurance despite misfortune, their fearlessness to look at death without flinching, their serious love and love for their homeland; all fill a similar need. They gave selfless sacrifices and even laid their lives to see their country free and thriving.
Hazra was a piece of the Quit India Movement and Non-Cooperation Movement. During one parade, she kept on progressing with the Indian banner even in the wake of being shot thrice. She continued yelling "Vande Mataram".
Aruna Asaf Ali
She is known as 'The Grand Old Lady' of the Independence Movement. She was an Indian Independence activist and an opportunity warrior who is best known for hoisting Indian National Congress banner at the Gowalia Tank maidan in Bombay during the Quit India Movement.
A famous character of the Indian Nationalist Movement, she was conceived as Bhikaiji Rustom Cama on 24th September, 1861 to a Parsi family in Bombay (presently Mumbai). In spite of the fact that there are various streets and structures named after her around the nation, just a couple of know what her identity was and what she did. Not only was she a piece of the Indian Independence Movement, she was likewise a figure for sexual orientation equity. She gave a large portion of her belongings to a shelter for young ladies.
Tara Rani Srivastava
Tara Rani conceived in a basic family in Saran, Bihar and got hitched to Phulendu Babu. They had joined Quit India Movement of Gandhi ji in 1942, managed dissents and intended to raise the Indian banner on the top of the Siwan Police Station. They figured out how to assemble a group and started their walk towards the Siwan Police Station, yelling 'Inquilab'. When they were walking towards them, the police opened flame. Phulendu was hit and tumbled to the ground. Undaunted, Tara wrapped him with the assistance of her sari and kept on driving the group towards the station yelling 'Inquilab' while holding the Indian banner.
Kamaladevi was the primary lady to keep running for an administrative seat in India and curiously, she was additionally the principal Indian lady to be captured by the British system. She assumed an exceptionally essential job as a social reformer and brought back crafted works, theaters and handlooms to help in inspiring the financial standard of the Indian ladies.
Raj Kumari Gupta
She and her significant other worked with Mahatma Gandhi and Chandrashekhar Azad and she played a vital job in the Kakori case also. She was accountable for providing pistols to those associated with the activity. Raj Kumari shrouded the guns in her underwear and went to convey them, with her multi year old child nearby.
She was an official of the Indian Army and was additionally alluded to as Captain Lakshmi. Lakshmi was a World War II veteran and invested energy as a detainee in Burma. When she heard that Bose was selecting ladies troopers too, she gave her name. She was requested to frame a female regiment called Rani of Jhansi Regiment, where she got the position of Captain.