Google Doodle celebrates poet Subhadra Kumari Chauhan on her 117th birthda

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Subhadra Kumari Chauhan
Subhadra Kumari Chauhan

Subhadra Kumari Chauhan google doodles

The doodle depicted Chauhan wearing a white sari with a brown stripe on the edges. She is shown holding a pen and illustration paper in a contemplative pose.

Google on Monday honored the famous Indian poet Subhadra Kumari Chauhan, who is known as India’s first female protester during the freedom movement in the country, with a doodle on her 117th birthday.

The doodle depicted Chauhan wearing a white sari with a brown stripe on the edges. She is shown holding a pen and illustration paper in a contemplative pose.

Doodle also shows new Jhansi ki Rani on her white horse in the background. On the right, the illustrator also drew a large crowd of satiagrahs holding banners.

She initially studied at the Crosthwaite Girls’ School in Allahabad and cleared the high school exam in 1919. In 1921, Chauhan joined the Non-Cooperation Movement led by Mahatma Gandhi.

She was twice imprisoned for her involvement in protests against the British in 1923 and 1942.

Chauhan’s writing highlighted the hardships and difficulties of Indian women. She has also written about “gender and beaver discrimination” in society.

At the time of the independence movement, Chauhan wrote many poems to raise the morale of his compatriots.

Subhadra Kumari Chauhan is widely known for her iconic poetry about Rani Laxmibai, the queen of Jhansi.

In addition to Jhansi ki Rani, her outstanding works include ‘Khilonewala’, ‘Tridhara’, ‘Mukul’ and ‘Yeh Kadamba Ka Ped’.