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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Lado Rani Zutshi’s” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Lado Rani Zutshi’s Lado Rani Zutshi’s, 1882-1968, political worker. Wife of Ladli Prasad Zutshi, sister’s son of Motilal Nehru, she was closely associated with women’s movement at Allahabad, U.P., and Lahore. She founded the Mahila Sammelan at Allahabad, and the Kumari Sabha at Lahore, and actively participated in the freedom movement. Her daughters were also active political workers.     Related posts: Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Bakhtunnisa Begum” Short...
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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Zubdat-un-Nissa” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Zubdat-un-Nissa Zubdat-un-Nissa, 1651-1707, Mughal princess. Daughter of Emperor Aurangzeb, she was married on 30 January 1673 to Sipihr Shukoh, the youngest son of the unfortunate Dara Shukoh—the bridegroom was released from captivity only on 8 December 1672, and presented to the emperor. A son, Ali Tahar, was born to her in 1676, but he died after six months. Her subsequent history is not recorded.     Related posts: Short Biography,...
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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Zinat-un-Nisa” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Zinat-un-Nisa Zinat-un-Nisa, 1643-1721, Mughal princess. Surnamed Padishah Begum, she was a daughter of Aurangzeb by Dilras Banu Begum, and was born at Aurangabad on 5 October 1643. She chose to remain unmmarried, but took her dowry from her father and spent it in building a mosque at Delhi, popularly called Kuari Masi& (`Maiden’s Mosque’) where she was buried. She devoted herself to the care of her father in his old...
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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Zinat Mahal” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Zinat Mahal Zinat Mahal, d. 1882, Muglzal princess. Daughter of a courtier, Ahmad Quli, she was married to the last emperor of Delhi, Bahabur Shah, in 1840. Because of her great beauty she came to exercise great influence over the titular emperor and persuaded him, despite his old age, to become the leader of the rebel forces in 1857. When the emperor did not appoint her son, Jawan Bakht as...
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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Zebunnisa” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Zebunnisa Zebunnisa, 1638-1702, Mughal princess. Eldest daughter of Aurangzeb, by his principal wife, Dilras Banu Begam, she was a gifted scholar and a poet and wrote verses under the pen-name of Makhfi. She was a great supporter of her younger brother, Muhammad Akbar who rebelled against his father. When the rebellion failed, and her letters fell into the hand of her father, she was imprisoned at Delhi, in 1681. Her...
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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Zainab Agha” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Zainab Agha Zainab Agha, 1429-37, Bahamani princess. Daughter of Nasir Khan, the ruler of Khandesh, she was given away by her father in marriage (ca. 1429) to Ala-ud-Din il, the son and heir to the Bahmani sultan, Ahmad Shah. Her husband, when he came to the throne (1443) took a new queen, Pari Chehra, the beautiful daughter of the Raja of Sangameshwar during his Konkan campaign (1436). Finding herself neglected...
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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Zainabadi Mahal” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Zainabadi Mahal Zainabadi Mahal, d.1653, mistress of Aurangzeb. Originally named Hira Bai, she was a slave-girl in the keeping of Mir Khalil the husband of a sister of Aurangzeb’s mother. She so charmed the youthful Aurangzeb who saw her unveiled in his aunt’s train at Burhanpur that he took her away from him in exchange for another girl from his harem. Aurangzeb was so much smitten by her charms that...
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Short Biography, Paragraph, Essay on “Yasodhara” Short Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Yasodhara Yasodhara,  560-480 B.C., wife of the Buddha. Originally named, Gopa, she was the wife of Prince Siddhartha (later the Buddha) of Kapilvastu, and bore him a son, Rahula. She was left sleeping in the night when her husband set out to seek the truth. When Buddha returned to Kapilvastu after his enlightenment, she became his follower, and presented to him her son to be made a monk. She was...
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