2 Minutes Speech On Rani Lakshmi Bai

Good Morning to all the people present here. Special regards to the principal, teachers & friends. I am here today to deliver a speech on Rani Lakshmi Bai. Let me start this speech by thanking you all for honouring me with this valuable opportunity.

Rani Lakshmi Bai is an unforgettable warrior in the history of India. She is popularly known as Rani of Jhansi. Earlier, she was known as Manu Bai or Manikarnika. She was born like a princess but died like a warrior. We will never forget this exceptional figure who taught us the real meaning of bravery and patriotism.

Rani Lakshmi Bai was born on 19th November 1828 to Moropant Tambe and Bhagirathi Tambe at Kashi (Varanasi). She was brought up by her father in the palace of Peshwa Baji Rao. Since her childhood, she was very fond of learning horse riding, sword fighting, Shooting and martial arts.

She became the queen of Jhansi after she married the King of Jhansi. After the death of the Maharaja, the British government annexed her Jhansi to its territory. Then she decided to get it back and she fought against British rule.

In the battle, she fought bravely and with gallantry heroism. She was wounded by one of the English horsemen and collapsed. She was martyred on 18th June 1858 at Kotah-ki-Serai in Gwalior. Indian history has not yet witnessed a woman warrior as brave and powerful as the Rani of Jhansi, Rani Lakshmi Bai.

There is a lot to say about this great and brave personality. But I have to stop here. I hope you liked my words. Thank you.

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