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Jhalkari Bai chewed the British with iron gram

While paying homage to Jhalkari Bai, the second Veerangana of Bundelkhand, under the Vividha Varsha at Kishanu Babu Shivhare College, Sisolar, Dr. Bhavnidin, the Principal of the college said that Jhalkari Bai was indeed a great heroine. She can be called the lioness of the summer of seventy-seven. He was born on 22 November 1830 in the village of Bhojla to Sadovar Singh. The mother of Jhalkari Bai was named Jamuna Devi. This was the look of Queen Laxmibai. His father had mastered him by training him in swords, horse riding and other weapons. Once, he killed a leopard in the field with an ax. In view of his valor, he was married to Puran Koli, a soldier of Rani Laxmibai’s army. During the war of 1857, Jhalkari, the commander of the Durga army, was made in the women’s army of Queen Laxmibai.

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