10 Lines On Amrita Devi Bishnoi In English For Students

  1. Amrita Devi Bishnoi was a brave lady from the village of Khejarli in the district of Jodhpur (Rajasthan) who sacrificed her life on the altar of Bishnoi Dharma.
  2. In the year 1730, an incident occurred to save green trees from being felled by the Maharaja of Jodhpur at Khejarli in Marwar, Rajasthan.
  3. More than 363 other Bishnois died with her to save the Khejari trees. Tuesday was a black Tuesday in Khejadli.
  4. In 1730 A.D., the 10th day of the bright fortnight of the month Bhadrapad (Indian lunar Calendar).
  5. Amrita Devi, a mother of three daughters named Asu, Ratni, and Bhagu bai, was at home with her children.
  6. Bishnoi gathered and summoned 83 Bishnoi villages to come and decide on the next steps.
  7. Since those four’s supreme sacrifice had not satisfied the royal party, and the felling of green trees continued, it was decided that for every green tree cut down, one Bishnoi volunteer would give his or her life.
  8. Amrita Devi was the first to perish, and her daughters Asu, Ratni, and Bhagu followed in her footsteps, becoming victims of the merciless slaying of King’s men.
  9. The Governments of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh have established the prestigious state-level Amrita Devi Vishnoi Smriti Award for outstanding contributions to the protection and conservation of wild animals.
  10. Khejarli village is a silent witness to India’s first documented and largest green movement.