Kittur Chennamma Profile/ Biography, DOB, Age, Height, Bio, Family, Husband, Net worth

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Kittur Chennamma (Rani Chennamma)

Last Updated: 21 Jul, 2022 | Views: 66

Age: 50

Profession: Historical Women

Other Profession(s): Queen

Birth Date, Sign & Religion Details

Date of Birth
14 Nov, 1778
Birth Country
India
Birth State/Province
Karnataka
Birth District
Belagavi
Birth Place
Kakati
Birth Sign
Scorpio
Nationalities
Indian
Died on
21 Feb, 1829

About Kittur Chennamma

About (Profile/Biography):

Kittur Chennamma was the former Indian Queen (Rani) of Kittur, a princely kingdom in the modern state of Karnataka. In 1824, she overcame the idea of lapse and organized an armed revolt against the British East India Company (BEIC) to keep hold of her domain. In the first revolution, she overthrew the Company, but in the second revolution, she perished as a prisoner of war. She is still revered as a folk hero in Karnataka and a key figure in the Indian independence movement since she was one of the first and few women to command rebel forces against British colonial control.

Early Life & Life Span:

At 15: Chennamma married Raja Mallasarja of the Desai family.
In 1824: After Chennamma's husband passed away, she found herself alone with a son and in a volatile state.
In 1824: She adopted Shivalingappa.
In 1829: Sangolli Rayanna, who served as Rani Chennamma's deputy, helped her fight courageously, but Rani Chennamma was ultimately taken prisoner and died there.
In 1848: The East India Company, expelled Shivalingappa under the Doctrine of Lapse to annex independent Indian states under Lord Dalhousie, the then Governor General.

Legacy: 

In a park in Kittur, the government looks after Rani Chennamma's samadhi. Even now, songs and ballads about her bravery are sung in Kittur. Every year, the Kitturu Utsava is celebrated in Kittur from October 22 to October 24 to honor Chennamma's initial triumph over the English.

Unknown Facts:

• Sangolli Rayanna, one of the most famous freedom fighters in Karnataka, was greatly inspired by her fierce passion for saving the state.

• Although Chennamma lost her final battle, she will always be recognized for her bravery and organizing the country's first armed uprising against British rule.

Physical Stats

Height (Approx.)
In Centimeters 168 cm
In Meters 1.68 m
In feet Inches 5'6"
Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 55 Kg
In Pounds 121 lbs
Eye Color
Black
Hair Color
Black

Family Details

Father's Name
Dhulappa Goudru
Mother's Name
Padmavati
Spouse
Raja Mallasarja
Son(s)
Shivalingappa