So today we talk about the queens who were not only recognized as wives of kings but also for their brains and beauty. There have been many queens in the world, but those who have both brains and bravery with beauty, it was just a few. These queens have solved many difficult problems with their intelligence and bravery.
Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur
Maharani Gayatri Devi was born on 23 May 1919 in London. His father was Prince Jitendra Narayan and mother Indira Raje. Gayatri Devi was a good polo player and a good horseman. He was married to King Sawai Mansingh II of Jaipur. She gave birth to a child Rajkumar Jagat Singh in Jaipur.
He was known for his thick dark hair, black beautiful eyes. She was also considered the fashion icon of the time. He was also known for his kindness.
After India’s independence, Gayatri Devi became a successful politician and started working for the development of the public. He died on 29 July 2009. She is still known as Rajmata in Jaipur.
Princess Margaret Rose
Princess Margaret Rose, the younger daughter of King George IV and Queen Elizabeth, was a young British princess. She was recognized for her royal beauty. His blue eyes and 18-inch waist were special. Princess Margaret Rose’s lifestyle was like a party girl.
The relationship between Margaret Rose and Peter Townsend had made much headlines at the time. He was also known for his new fashion experiment. He died in 2002 at the age of 71.
Rani Padmini or Padmavati
Rani Padmini is known for her beauty as well as her intelligence and sacrifice. Rani Padmin was the daughter of King Gandharva Sen of Sinhal Island. She was a trained warrior from childhood. He was married to King Rawal Ratnasinh.
Once, by fraudulent Raghav Chetan, the Rajguru of Chittor, saw him and he explained the beauty of Rani Padmini to Allauddin Khilji, Khilji was excited to see it and departed towards Chittorgarh. At that time, it was considered an unforgivable crime for a Rajput woman to appear in front of a non-male person, it was against Rajput dignity.
Allauddin Khilji expressed his desire to see Queen Padmini in front of King Rawal Ratnasinh. It was opposed by King Rawal Ratnasinh, finally this protest turned into a war. Allauddin Khilji fraudulently killed King Ratan Singh, after which he marched towards the palace to obtain Queen Padmavrati.
Seeing Khilji coming towards the palace, Rani Padmavati and all the Rajputs present there sacrificed themselves in Johar Kund to maintain their sanctity. Even today, this sacrifice of Rani Padmini is alive in the heart of all Indians.
Isabel of Portugal
Isabel of Portugal is considered one of the most beautiful women in the world. Isabel was the eldest daughter of Maria of Aragon, the second wife of King Manuel I of Portugal. Isabel had a royal black beauty in her eyes. It was full of jealousy and jealousy. She knew how to achieve her goal.
She was married to the Roman Emperor Charles V and later became Queen of Spain, Sicily, and Burgundy, along with the Roman and Empress of Italy. Isabel is also known for her beauty and charm along with intelligence.
She has served as the reigning representative of her husband for many years. She died at the time of her sixth pregnancy. After this, her husband did not remarry and became a Catholic saint.
Rani Vijaya Devi
The list of the most beautiful queens in history cannot be complete without mentioning Queen Vijaya Devi. Rani Vijaya Devi was born on 28 August 1922. She was the daughter of Yuvaraja Kanteerava Narasimharaja Wadiyar. Rani Vijaya Devi was a beautiful princess as well as a skilled dancer and a great veena player.
He studied piano from Trinity College of Music London. In 1941, he married Thakur Saheb of Kotda Sangni. Not only this, she was also the President of International Music Arts & Society.
The love story of Prithviraj Chauhan and Princess Sanyogita is now engraved with golden letters in history. Princess Sanyogita was born to King Jayachand of Kannauj region. Due to some political disputes, Prithviraj’s father Sumer Singh and Sanyogita’s father Jaychand differed. To avenge this difference, Maharaj Jayachand supported Mohammad Ghori to eliminate Prithviraj.
When Princess Sanyogita grew up, she heard stories of Prithviraj’s valor at that time and she fell in love with Prithviraj. When Maharaja Jaichand came to know about the love of these two, he wanted to do Sanyogita. And did not invite Prithviraj in that swayamvara.
If all this did not give Jayachand satisfaction, then he made an iron statue of Prithviraj to insult him. Seeing this, Sanyogita put varmala on that idol. At the same time, Prithviraj took Sanyogita on a horse and took him from Kannauj to Delhi. He eventually committed suicide after Prithviraj’s death.
Meera Bai is known for her beauty as well as her Krishna devotion. He was born to Ratna Singh, son of Duda ji of Merta. When I was a child at the age of 4, when I saw the procession of the procession, Meera Bai asked her mother, who is my groom, then disturbed in the work of the house, the mother pointed to the idol of Thakur ji (Krishna God) and said that it is Since then your groom, Meera Bai considered Shri Krishna ji as her husband.
Later Meera Bai was married to Kunwar Bhojraj of Udaipur, but she never accepted him as her husband when she was in need when she was with him. After some time her husband died and since then she merged in Krishna devotion. In temples, dancing in front of Krishnamurti began to make hymns.
All this was not liked by his family members, so he tried to kill Meera Bai by poisoning him several times, upset by all this, Meera Bai left for Dwarka and Vrindavan and departed and started going to Bhajan Kirtan. It is said that Meera Bai had not died, she has merged with the Krishna idol.