CM Shivraj pays humble tribute on the day of the sacrifice of the great Veerangana Rani Durgavati
Bhopal: The global coronavirus epidemic has taken a heavy toll, but now the ravages of the epidemic are starting to ease. Meanwhile, the day of sacrifice of Veerangana Maharani Durgavati is celebrated today on June 24. Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan paid a humble tribute to the great Veerangana Rani Durgavati on the day of her sacrifice. Yes, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted on the day of the sacrifice of the great Veerangana Rani Durgavati. In a tweet, he said: “A humble tribute to Maharani Durgavati, the great heroine who sacrificed her life for freedom and self-respect, on the day of sacrifice! Your story of pride will always honor future generations of the India proud and will inspire nations to progress and serve. ”
At the same time, he wrote: âI pay homage to Veerangana Rani Durgavati, symbol of courage and indomitable worth, on the day of his sacrifice. I salute the great Veerangana who sacrificed his life for freedom and self-respect Apart from him, Madhya Pradesh Home Secretary Narottam Mishra also posted a tweet. In this tweet he said: “Chandela’s daughter, a queen of Gondwana. Chandi thi ranchandi thi was Durgavati Bhavani. Greetings to the great veerangana Rani Durgavati Ji, who shook the foundations of the Mughal Emperor with indomitable courage, bravery and fighting skills! “
Rani Durgavati was born on October 5, 1524 at the fort of Kalingar (Banda, Uttar Pradesh). Rani Durgavati’s father’s name was Kirat Rai and her husband’s name was Dalpat Shah. At the same time, Veernarayan was his son. Rani Durgavati had the distinction of ruling Gondwana for 15 years. It reached heroic speed on June 24, 1564.