Rani Lakshmibai the very name conjures up the image of a valiant queen, galloping on a horse in the midst of a battlefield, fighting ferociously with her infant son strapped to her back
The Queen of Jhansi, "From the bards of Bundela we have heard this story. She fought much valiantly, she was the queen of Jhansi."
Twenty years after her death Colonel Malleson wrote in the History of the Indian Mutiny; vol. 3; London, 1878 'Whatever her faults in British eyes may have been, her countrymen will ever remember that she was driven by ill-treatment into rebellion, and that she lived and died for her country, We cannot forget her contribution for India.'
My name is Mahendra Rahud I am from Nagpur Maharashtra India.I am self learning artist and spend whole time expermenting with new painting designs kind of a ambigram form and mix of every art style in one to make something new FUSION ART .I hope you all enjoy my paintings work .