Women Freedom Fighters of India: Women Freedom Fighters of India are the base of India’s freedom and played an important part in freedom. On this 75th Independence Day 2022, we are going to remember the Women Freedom Fighters of India and their famous quotes. These female freedom fighters broke stereotypes and come to the front to fight for our freedom. Many female freedom fighters are unsung and have not been acclaimed standing ovation. As the country going to celebrate ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ marking the 75th Independence Day we are going to learn more about famous female freedom fighters.
Famous Female Freedom Fighters
This year India completes its diamond jubilee i.e. 75th Independence. We are going to celebrate as ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ and it will not be complete without highlighting the contribution of Women freedom fighters. Women’s participation in freedom struggle comes with struggle, courage and spirit. Female fighters who joined the national movement came from a different part of Society. From 1817, Women’s participation in every freedom movement with patriotism.
Women Freedom Fighters Slogan
Here we are explaining women freedom fighters slogans which will reminds us their spirit, passion about India Independence.
- Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit,
“Freedom is not for the timid.”
- Captain Lakshmi Sahgal,
“Freedom comes in three forms. The first is political emancipation from the conqueror, the second is economic [emancipation] and the third is social… India has only achieved the first.”
- Sarojini Naidu,
“A country’s greatness lies in its undying ideals of love and sacrifice that inspire the mothers of the race.”
- Rajkumari Amrit Kaur,
“Child Marriage is eating as a canker into the vitality of our national life. Girls become mothers while they are children themselves, and bring into the world offsprings who are in the vary nature of things, the victims of disease and ill health”
- Durgabai Deshmukh,
“I had then decided to take up the study of law so that I could give women free legal aid and assist them to defend themselves,”
- Usha Mehta,
“It is a pity the new generation of political activists and leaders are paying scant respect to the Gandhian ideas, the chief among which was non-violence. If we don’t mend our ways, we may find ourselves back at square one.”
- Aruna Asaf Ali,
“He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.”
- Rani Lakshmi Bai,
“Main apni jhansi nahi doongi (I shall not surrender my Jhansi).”
“If killed on the field of battle, we shall surely earn eternal and salvation.”
- Annie Besant,
“Better remain silent, better not even think, if you are not prepared to act.”
- Rani Gaidinliu,
“We are free people, the white man should not rule over us.”
- Savitribai Phule,
“We shall overcome and success will be ours in the future. The future belongs to us.”
- Kittur Rani Chennamma,
“Why should I pay you tax (Nimageke kodabeku kappa)? Are you my brother, sister, relative or a friend?”
- Madame Bhikaji Cama,
“March Forward: We are for India; India is for Indians.”
- Kasturba Gandhi
“Whenever you have truth it must given with love, or the message and the messenger will be rejected.”
Unsung Female Freedom Fighters
- Rani Abakka, the Queen of Ullal, Karnataka fought and defeated the Portuguese in the 16th century.
- Velu Nachiyar, the queen of Sivaganga was the first Indian queen to wage war against the British East India Company.
- Jhalkari Bai was a woman soldier who become advisors to the Rani of Jhansi and a important part in the First War of Indian Independence, 1857.
- Matangini Hazra was a brave freedom fighter from Bengal, who laid down her life while fighting against the British.
- Gulab Kaur was a freedom fighter who abandoned her life abroad to fight for and helps the Indian people against the British Raj.
- Chakali Ilamma was a revolutionary woman who fought against the injustice of zamindars during the Telangana rebellion.
- Padmaja Naidu, the daughter of Sarojini Naidu and a freedom fighter in her own right and a humanitarian after Independence.
- Bishni Devi Shah, a woman who inspired a large number of people in Uttarakhand to join the freedom movement.
- Subhadra Kumari Chauhan was one of the great Hindi poets, who was also a prominent figure in the freedom movement.
- Durgawati Devi was the brave woman who provided safe passage to Bhagat Singh after the killing of John Saunders.
- Sucheta Kripalani, a freedom fighter, became independent India’s first woman Chief Minister of UP Government.
- Accamma Cherian, an freedom fighter in Travancore, Kerala, she was given the name ‘Jhansi Rani of Tranvancore’ by Mahatma Gandhi.
- Aruna Asaf Ali was an inspirational freedom fighter who is perhaps remembered for hoisting the Indian National flag in Mumbai during the Quit India Movement in 1942.
- Durgabai Deshmukh, a freedom fighter works for the emancipation of women in Andhra Pradesh.
- Rani Gaidinliu, the Naga spiritual and political leader, led an armed uprising against the British in Manipur, Nagaland, and Assam.
- Usha Mehta was a freedom fighter who organizes an underground radio station during the 1942 Quit India Movement.
- Parbati Giri, Odisha’s freedom fighters, was called the Mother Teresa of Western Odisha.
- Tarkeshwari Sinha, freedom fighter during the Quit India Movement.
- Snehlata Varma, a freedom fighter and worker for the education and upliftment of women in Mewar, Rajasthan.
- Tileshwari Baruah, one of India’s youngest martyrs, was shot at the age of 12 by the British, during the Quit India Movement.
Contribution of Famous Female Freedom Fighters
A society or nation can never develop and prosper without the contribution of women. It is a fact because statistically women constitute half of the population in any country or the world (for that matter). India has been home to courageous, free-spirited and intelligent women since its historical inception. During the long struggle for independence in India, women from all walks of life came forward with a pen or sword to help India break the shackle of oppressive British rule. Then ideas inflamed the people of India to join the freedom and their courage instilled hope and faith in the hearts of people that Swaraj will come to them one day.