Subhadra Kumari Chauhan (1904 - 15 February 1948 / Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh / India)
Subhadra Kumari Chauhan was an Indian poetess distinguished Indian poetess, whose compositions used to be very emotionally charged. Her most well-known composition is Jhansi Ki Rani narrating the life of the brave Jhansi Ki Rani, Lakshmi Bai. Of the entire Hindi literature, it is this poem that's most recited and sung by the people of India. The government of India has named an Indian coast guard ship in her remembrance.
Early Life and Marrige
Born in 1904 at Nihalpur village in Allahabad District in Uttar Pradesh. Her father's name was Dileep Chauhan. She initially studied in the Crosthwaite Girls’ School in Allahabad and passed the middle-school examination ... more »
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