Rani Durgavati was born in Kalinjar, Uttar Pradesh, where several important medieval forts are located, in the Banda district of Uttar Pradesh. A memorial dedicated to Rani Durgavati is located in Jabalpur at the same place where the queen met her heroic end. An annual ceremony takes place on 24 June to pay tribute to Rani. In 1983, the university at Jabalpur was renamed Rani Durgavati University. The Indian Coast Guard named its third coastal patrol vessel (IPV) at its Visakhapatnam district headquarters. Named ‘ICGS Rani Durgavati. If you are interested in buying the 500th Birthday Rani Durgavati India Stamp or other Miniature Sheets, then visit Philacy.com.
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Rani Durgavati belonged to the famous Chandela dynasty of Mahoba (Uttar Pradesh). Rani Durgavati married Dalpat Shah, son of the Gond king Sangram Shah of Garha-Katanga, thereby cementing the alliance between their two royal families. She ruled as the queen of the Gond Empire, Garh-Katanga. Recognizing her sacrifice and bravery, the Indian Postal Department also released a commemorative postage stamp on the 500th birth anniversary of Rani Durgavati to inspire the youth of the country. She displayed remarkable courage and leadership when facing the formidable Mughal Empire. Queen Durgavati chose her death rather than fall into the hands of her rivals.