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Child Marriage

Baji Rao the Second was the Peshwa only in name. The British East India Company was paying him a pension of eight lakh rupees a year and had given the ‘jagir’ (the free gift) of Bethur.

Bhagirathibai was the wife of Moropanth. She was good-looking, cultured, intelligent and godly. Manubai was the daughter of this ideal couple.

The child, born on the Second day of Karthika (the 19th of November 1835) was beautiful like her mother. She had a broad forehead and big eyes. Her face reflected royalty.

Manu lost her mother when she was four years old. The entire duty of bringing up the daughter fell on the father. Along with formal education she acquired skill in sword fight, horse riding and shooting with a gun.

The young girl became the wife of Gangadhar Rao, Maharaja of Jhansi, in 1842. The poor Brahmin’s girl became Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi.

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Jhansi Lakshmi Bai - Queen of a small state,Jhansi whihc was in the grip of Cruel British
About Jhansi Lakshmi Bai
A Brave Girl
You are Here! Child Marriage
Those Dark Days
Diminished Power
The Story Of Jhansi
A Crushing Blow
Withered Hope
Preparations For An Explosion
The Explosion
'Sepoy Mutiny'
The Spreading Fire
The Happy Home Of Freedom
Light And Shade Of Victory And Defeat
The Goddess Of War
Before The Light Went Out
The End Of The War
The Cruel Blow - The End
A Glorious Woman
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