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We know about women’s first regiment and we very much appreciate our great Rani of Jhansi Regiment. But heroine’s of our Rani of Jhansi Regiment were social and patriotically and doing great work after that regiment. Even at present some are alive and doing are tourism work and some are doing socially motivated the girls for education some are nursing and some are guide and we should know about their struggles INA to after independence. There are many but we didn’t know the name of our greatest heroine’s that is why we need to know about their struggle and journey at present too. They are motivating not only the INA journey but also after independence and present and they will have a strong and motivating personality for present and future generations. Our present girls and women should know about them deeply and they were not only INA but also real life and their personal life and all the credit to our great hero Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.
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Lebra, C Joyce, Women Against the Raj, The Rani of Jhansi Regiment, First Published in Singapore in 2008, Publishing by Institute of Southeast Asian DOI: https://doi.org/10.1355/9789812308108