All we witness in our Indian History that Women caused wars- Unintentionally

In our ancient history of India women like Sita, Draupadi, Rani padmavati & Samyukta has always become a reason of war in the matter of land or the greed for sovereignty were the reasons of war. Women being the victim of one’s perception of construing and relating the story.

 Let’s go through the journey back and see of such great women who inadvertently became the motive of war, where the history can also not question them why?



The great Idealist Lalkapati Raavan abducted Ram’s wife Sita because of just a   dispute between the two kings. Just because of an unfair commitment that Raavans sister wanted to marry to Lord Ram and he refused to do so and the brother of Lord Ram Lakshman had cut her nose as she visited the kuteer of them during exile of 14 years.

In response to it Raavan Kidnapped Sita from her cottage and infuriated by the fact his wife has been kidnapped, Ram assured a war against Raavan with the help of  a friend Lord Hanuman and his huge  Vaanar sena. The war was won by Ram which magnifies the famous lines “Burai Par acchai ki Jeet sada hi hoti hai” and the new king of Lanka was handed to Vibhishan.

After the war Sita has undergone a test of her spotlessness character that she was undamaged by Raavana.


draupudiAn epic story of  the Mahabharata the Queen Draupadi was also insulted in a male gathering. The fault of Draupadi was that she laughed at Duryodhan when he had fallen to his knees in their newly built palace.To take a revenge form her he won her as a bet in a game of gambling from Yudhistir. Duryodhan ordered his brother Dushasan to carry Draupadi in the assembly powerfully. Draupadi struggled, Dushasan dragged Draupadi by her hair and taken her in the assembly hall where her husband’s viewed her abandoned.

Duryodhan orderly asked his brother to undress her  as she was saved by her friend Lord Krishna. Enraged by the insult, Draupadi cursed Duryodhan, that he will be cruelly killed by her husbands and promised that she won’t tie her hair and keeps it pending till she bathes herself in their blood.

As a Duryodhan cursed by the Lady,  a war took place and Duryodhan was destroyed along with his 100 brothers and close relatives, Pandavas emblem as the next lineage to the Hastinapur throne, harmony and fortune conquered in the valley. 

Rani Padmavati

Rani-PadmavatiA famous story of Rani Padmavati a queen of Chittor and a wife of famous king Rawal Ratan Singh, and a daughter of  the brave king called Sinhala. As said that Ravi Padmawati was tremendously beautiful and known for her poise once the kingdom of Chittor was attacked by Alauddin Khilji to take Rani Padmavati by force.


SamyuktaA historical story every Hindu knows once there was a king Jaichand and a daughter of that king Samyukta. Samyukta had fallen in love with a heroism persona of Prithviraj Chauhan.They just saw each other and met once to her and he wanted to marry her.But as king Jaichand fitted to two different clans of Rajput and hereafter on hearing the news about the love story brewing, King Jaichand planned a swayamvar for Samyukta to disgrace Prithviraj. All the eligible prince and kings were invited except him. Prithviraj made up a plan to elope his beloved Samyukta. He has become an effigy and stood as a guard at doorsteps of the venue. His plan functioned and on the wedding day King Prithviraj eloped with Samyukta on his horse and took her to Delhi and the dealings of Delhi and Kannauj were tensed soon after.

Soon after Mohammed Ghori strained to take the advantage of the state and he attacked on Teh prime front of Delhi from east Punjab. He attacked there with the large force, and so Prithviraj pursued help from Kannauj, but was apparently refused. But due to his bravery and intellect Prithviraj still won the war and Mohammed Ghori was made his jailbird.


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