Jhalkari Bai

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Jhalkari Bai

Jhalkari Bai


ProfessionWarrior/Army Personnel
Known ForBeing the most prominet advisor to Rani Lakshmibai
Personal Life
Date of Birth22 November 1830
BirthplaceBhojla Village, Jhansi, British India
Date of DeathYear, 1890
Place of DeathGwalior, British India
Age (at the time of death)60 Years
Death CauseMartyrdom
Zodiac sign/Sun signScorpio
HometownBhojla Village, Jhansi, British India
SchoolDid not attend
College/UniversityDid not attend
Educational QualificationHome-schooled by her father in warfare acts
CasteKoli, an ethnic Indian group, which was classified as Scheduled Caste (SC) in the 2001 census for the states of Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan by the Government of India
HobbiesHorse-riding, Fencing


Relationships & More

Marital Status (a the time of her death)Widowed
Husband/SpousePuran Singh (an Artilleryman from the Artillery Unit of Rani Lakshmibai)
ChildrenNot Known
ParentsFather– Sadovar Singh (Farmer)
Mother– Jamuna Devi
SiblingsNot Known
Favourite Things
Favourite Quote“Jai Bhavani”


Favourite Things

  • Jhalkari Bai is one of the most respected women soldiers in India who played an important role in the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
  • She grew in the forest area of a village named Bhojla near Jhansi.
    • Due to the demise of her mother, the household responsibilities had automatically come to Jhalkari Bai at such a young age.
    • She could not get school education; as she was living in a rural region. However, her father had educated her, which was enough for a warrior.
    • Jhalkari Bai was trained in wielding weapons; as the area was infested with dacoits, and the people had to protect themselves.
    • One day, when she was a child and was herding her animals in the forest, a leopard attacked her, and in retaliation, she hit the leopard on his muzzle with the stick she used to herd the animals, leading to his death. The incident had made her popular in the nearby area.
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