Simply a day after in the wake of observing India’s 75th Freedom Day, Google celebrates honor the life and accomplishments of Subhadra Kumari Chauhan. She is the first woman Satyagrahi and a well-known poet. “Jhansi Ki Rani” is one of her most popular poems. This poem reflects the story of the courageous Queen of Jhansi.
Subhadra Kumari Chauhan was born on 16th August 1904. She completed middle school in 1919. During the same year, Subhadra married Thakur Lakshman Singh. She is a freedom fighter.
Further, She joined Mahatma Gandhi’s Non-Cooperation Movement with her husband Thakur Lakshman Singh Chauhan. The movement happened in 1921. In 1923, Subhadra’s solid activism led her to become the first woman Satyagrahi. At that time, the court arrested her for involvement in rallies against British rules.
” WE WILL NEVER FORGET THE SACRIFICE OUR FREEDOM FIGHTERS HAD MADE. NOW IT’S OUR TURN TO REFORM THE COUNTRY.”
While the fight for freedom, she published a total of 88 poems and 46 short stories.
On the birthday of the great woman satyagrahi, Google celebrates with Doodle. Doodle created the iconic image of the Subhadra sitting with a pen and paper in a saree. This is her 117th birth anniversary.
As a participant in the Indian Nationalist Movement, she used her poetry to call others to fight for their nation’s sovereignty. Her first poem was released at just 9 years old. After the great honorable freedom fighters’ death, her poems are placed in the Indian school syllabus. Those poems refer to as a symbol of historical progress. It also encouraging a future generation to stand up against social inequity.