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A Brave Girl Anushka Sacrificed Herself to Save Her Brothers and Sisters from Drowning |

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A Brave Girl Anushka Sacrificed Herself to Save Her Brothers and Sisters from Drowning | The story of 13 year old brave girl Anushka from Dholpur district of Rajasthan. Who sacrificed himself to save children from drowning in the overflowing river. On August 25, 2021, the people of Khubpura village in Dholpur district of Rajasthan were celebrating the festival of Rakhi. This village is located near the Parvati River. On the festival day, villagers offer flowers and bathe in the river as a ritual. Hindi... Anushka’s Heroic Act: That day, Anushka, a 14-year-old girl, went to the river with her two brothers, Pankaj and Govinda (both 10 years old), a sister named Khushboo (12 years old), and a cousin sister Charvi (7 years old) to offer flowers. They arrived at the river bank a little earlier. Other villagers had yet to reach there. After offering flowers to the river, they entered the river to bathe. Unfortunately, due to the rain, the river was flowing a bit strong. So

Rita devi a fearless woman.|

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True story of a Dalit woman, connected 800 children to school. Fought the upper castes bravely. True story of a Dalit woman, connected 800 children to school. Fought the upper castes bravely. The caste system is a social hierarchy that has been prevalent in India for centuries. It divides people into different social classes based on their birth. The caste system has been a subject of controversy and criticism due to its discriminatory nature. The Indian government has taken several steps to eradicate caste-based discrimination and promote social equality. Motivational Story of a Dalit Woman, UP- Jalaun | Rita devi a fearless woman ||

12 Courageous Women Who Fought for India’s Freedom|

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Story of 12 Real Life Brave Heroines of India's Independence: Women who never accepted the slavery of British rule. From Rani Lakshmi Bai to Sarojini Naidu, India has a long history of courageous women who have fought for freedom, justice, and equality. Hundreds of female freedom fighters in India have made immense contributions to the country’s independence. Some are widely known for their leadership, bravery, and sacrifice, while others are unsung heroines who deserve more recognition and appreciation. Here are 12 examples of women who fought for India’s freedom in different ways: CONTENT CONTENT [1] Rani Chennamma: A brave queen who fought against the British.(1778-1829) Rani Chennamma was the queen of a place called Kittur in India. He was born in 1778 in a small village called Kakati in Karnataka. When she was young she learned to shoot arrows, fight with swords and ride horses. She was very brave and strong. When she was 15, she married M