SUBHADRA KUMARI CHAUHAN

SUBHADRA KUMARI CHAUHAN

Google Honors India’s First Woman Satyagrahi, Subhadra Kumari Chauhan, and Doodle

Subhadra Kumari Chauhan’s national anthem “Jhansi ki Rani” is widely regarded as one of the most widely read poetry in Hindi literature.

Google today released a doodle to honor the life and achievement of Subhadra Kumari Chauhan, a prolific writer and freedom fighter whose work rose to prominence across the country during the men’s literature.

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At the time of the Indian activist and the 117th anniversary of the author’s birth, the doodle also created a prominent trailblazer, sitting with a pen and paper, in a saree. The doodle was created by New Zealand tourist artist Prabha Mallya.

His provocative poem “Jhansi ki Rani” is widely regarded as one of the most widely read poetry in Hindi literature.

On this day in 1904, Subhadra Kumari Chauhan was born in the Indian village of Nihalpur. He was well-known for his regular writing, even in the horse-drawn carriage on his way to school, and his first poem was published at just nine years of age. The call for Indian freedom reached its climax in his old age. As a participant in the Indian Nationalist Movement, he used his poems to call others to fight for the sovereignty of their nation.

Chauhan’s poetry and prose mainly focus on the difficulties that Indian women are overcoming, such as sexual and ethnic discrimination. His poetry was always emphasized especially by his strong nationality. In 1923, Cauhan’s relentless activism led her to become the first satyagrahi woman, a member of a non-violent Indian colonial group to be imprisoned in the national liberation struggle. He went on to make statements that transformed the liberation struggle in and out of the page in the 1940s, publishing 88 poems and 46 short stories.

Today, Chahan’s poems remain the basis of many Indian classes as a symbol of historical progress, encouraging future generations to stand up to social injustice and celebrate the words that shape the nation’s history.

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