Rani Avanti Bai Lodhi
Rani Avantibai / Avanit Bai Lodhi; died 20 March 1858, was a Lodhi-warrior-queen in the area now known as Madhya Pradesh. After the death of her king Vikramaditya Singh, the British refused to allow her to succeed the throne and placed Ramgarh under their administration. Avantibai vowed to fight the British to regain her land and her throne. She raised an army of four thousand and personally led it against the British in 1857.
On 20 March 1858, facing imminent defeat, she killed herself with her own sword.
Narmada Valley Development Authority named the dam in Jabalpur district in the honour of freedom fighter Rani
Avantibai Lodhi. Department of Posts issued the stamp in honour of Rani Avantibai.
Maharashtra government too issued a stamp in honour of Rani Avantibai.
Video Credit Shri Laxman Singh Lodhi
Video Credit Shri Rajiv Thakrele
Video Credit Shri Pradeep singh lodhi Gwalior MP
Video Credit Shri Bhoopendra Singh
Video Credit Shri Lalit Janghel Lodhi
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