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The most beautiful Queens of Indian History

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The most beautiful Queens of Indian History

Through this post of today, I am going to tell you about such beautiful queens of Indian history, about whom you may have never heard before. So let’s talk about The Most Beautiful Queens of Indian History

1. Rani Sanyogita

Rani Sanyogita

Rani Sanyogita

Sanyukta, also known as Sanyogita, Sanjukta or Samyukta, was the wife of the medieval Indian hero Prithviraj Chauhan. She was the daughter of King Jaichand of Kannauj, and one of the three wives of Prithviraj Chauhan. Prithviraj Chauhan was a popular figure of romance and chivalry from the folklore of medieval India. The love between Prithviraj and Samyukta is one of India’s most popular medieval romances, immortalized in Chand Bardai’s epic Prithviraj Raso (or, Chand Raisa), but the historicity of the Samyukta episode remains a matter of debate.

2. Rani Padmavati

Rani Padmini

Rani Padmavati

There is a mention of the very beautiful and courageous queen “Rani Padmavati” in the pages of Indian history. Rani Padmini was the wife of Raja Rawal Ratan Singh. Rani Padmavati is also known as Rani Padmini. Rani Padmavati’s father was the king of Singhal Province (Sri Lanka). His name was Gandharvasen and his mother’s name was Champavati. Padmavati was very beautiful and attractive in appearance since childhood.

When Padmini grew up, along with her intelligence, discussions about her beauty started happening all around. Padmavati’s long single body, deep lake-like eyes and beautiful complexion like fairies attracted everyone’s attention.

3. Rani Laxmibai 

Rani Laxmibai

Rani Laxmibai

Born in the house of Peshwa (ruler) Baji Rao, Lakshmi Bai had the unusual upbringing of a Brahmin girl. Growing up with the boys in the court of the Peshwa, she was trained in martial arts and became proficient in swordsmanship and horse riding. She married Gangadhar Rao, the Maharaja of Jhansi, but became a widow without a living heir to the throne. According to Hindu tradition, the Maharaja adopted a boy as his successor just before his death. The British Governor-General of India, Lord Dalhousie, refused to recognize the adopted heir and Jhansi as per the adoption principle.

4. Rajkumari Mirabai

Rajkumari Mirabai

Rajkumari Mirabai

A princess and granddaughter of Rao Dudaji. Rao Dudaji was the third son of Rao Jodhaji, who was known to have founded the kingdom of the Rathore dynasty located in Rajasthan, with Jodhpur as its capital. Jodhaji gave a small part of Jodhpur state to Dudaji. There were many villages in the state and the capital was Merta. Merta is situated about 60 km west of Ajmer in the present Rajasthan state.

Dudaji had two sons, Viramji and Ratnasimha. Rao Viramji named his son Jaimal and Ratnasimha named his daughter Meera. Mira’s mother, Veer Kuwari, was a princess of Jola Rajput Sultan Singh.
When Meera was just four years old, watching a wedding procession she asked her mother, “Dear Mother, who will be my groom?” Meera’s mother pointed to the image of Lord Krishna smiling and said, “My dear Meera Lord Krishna is going to be your bride”. Since then, she has manifested a deep devotion towards Lord Krishna. Meera lost her mother early.

5. Maharani Jodha Bai

Maharani Jodha Bai

Maharani Jodha Bai

Mariam-uz-Zamani was the wife of the third Mughal emperor, Akbar. In later centuries, she has been referred to with many other names, including Hira Kunwari, Harkha Bai and Jodha Bai.
Mariam-uz-Zamani was born in 1542 in a Hindu Rajput family. The offer to marry Akbar was made by her father, Raja Bharmal of Amber. The marriage, held at Sambhar, was a political one and served as a signal to hand over his father to the Mughals. Her marriage with Akbar marked a gradual change in the later religious and social policies.

He is widely regarded in modern Indian historiography as being tolerant of the religious differences of Akbar and the Mughals and their inclusive policies within a multi-ethnic and multi-sectarian empire. She was the mother of Akbar’s eldest son and eventual successor, Jahangir.

Conclusion

Through this post, I have told you about the most beautiful queens of Indian history, I hope that you people would have liked the information given by me, if you want to know more about Indian history then you can go below You can click on the given links.

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