|B E G U M H A Z R A T M A H A L|
|Held Aloft the|
|Flame of Freedom in Oudh|
|"1857 on Trial"|
|Blitz - 10th August 1957|
Far from the madding crowd she lies,
forlorn & forgotten
|Indian Express, Lucknow - 2002 Sharmila Krishna|
|An Awadh Legacy lies buried in Kathmandu||Indian Express, Lucknow - 2002 Sharmila Krishna|
|Miserable Condition of the grave of a Warrior Lady !||Milli Gazette, Delhi - Kazim Rizvi|
"Left Alone in Her Glory"
Begum Hazrat Mahal's Tomb
|The Commoner - Kathmandu, 1959|
|Begum Hazrat Mahal vis-a -vis Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru||Article by Late Prince Anjum Quder|
Articles & News - Begum Hazrat Mahal
|Women Warriors Of 1857||The Illustrated Weekly of India - 1957|
THE REBEL BEGAM OF OUDH
|Samarendra Nath Chanda - Statesman Delhi - 1959|
|The Valiant Queen - HAZRAT MAHAL||Najma Nasreen - Dawn, Karachi - 1960|
|Nawab Hazrat Mahal Saheba - Queen Regent||Meher Quder - Family Sovenier - 1961|
|Known Personalities of 1857 - I||S.N. Chanda - The Illustrated Weekly of India - 1972|
|Begum Hazrat Mahal in Paper Mache||National Herald, Lucknow - 1976|
|Begum Hazrat Mahal Doll on Show||THE PIONEER, Lucknow - 1976|
|Heritage - Begum Hazrat Mahal||THE PATRIOT, New Delhi - 1985|
|Begum Hazrat Mahal - Freedom Fighter par excellence||RADIANCE WEEKLY, New Delhi - 2003|
"Hazrat Mahal, Begum of Oudh, during the national liberation uprising of 1857-59 in India headed the rebels."
|SIR W. H. RUSSEL||
"... The Begum has excited all Oudh to take up the interest of her son, and the Chiefs have sworn to be faithful..."
|Sir Jadunath Sarkar|
|S. N. Sen||
"She was a better man than her husband and lord."
"That the resolute and capable Begum still maintained, in spite of all these disorders, the whole administration in tact is a sure indication of her grit."
"Begum Hazrat Mahal of Oudh was the last of the breed of able queens and generals. The queen led her kingdom's army into battle during the revolt of 1857. Even after she was defeated she defied Queen Victoria's famous Proclamation and issued a counter Proclamation...."
|Prince Anjum Quder||
"She wiped out the blot of cowardice from the face of the ruling family of Avadh."
The Two Wars"
"Begum Hazrat Mahal, Raja Jia Lal ....they were the lodestar of the first war of independence."
|M. Kaukab Qadr||
"..who like Joan of Arc of 15th century France had challenged the hegemony of the British, fired hope in the sunken hearts, appeared from the unknown like a meteor and spread the flame of freedom in the length and breadth of Oudh."