An animation film is being made on the saga of Teelu Rauteli. See the trailer

The valor of Teelu Rauteli has remained limited to the mountain only. There is a preparation to take this saga to the country and the world through animation movies. Watch video

An animation film is being made on the saga of Teelu Rauteli. See the trailer

The great woman of Uttarakhand who fought 7 wars at the age of 20 to save her motherland from enemies Teelu Rauteli, who has shown indomitable bravery in war, is famous as Laxmibai of Garhwal. Tales of Teelu Rauteli's valor are heard in every village of Uttarakhand, but the valor of her might has remained confined to the mountain only. There is a preparation to take this saga to the country and the world through animation movies. An animation movie is being produced on Veerangana Teelu Rauteli, whose trailer has been released on YouTube. Through this animation movie, kids will get to know the life journey of Teelu Rauteli closely. Watch the trailer below:

Just as the heroic tales of Mulan, Moana and the Snow Queen inspire children, so will be the story of Teelu Rauteli, the heroic princess of the mountain. Children will also be able to get to know the life of the brave princess of the mountain and will feel connected to her.

Let us tell you some more things about Veerangana Teelu Rauteli. Teelu Rauteli was born on August 8, 1661 in village Gurad, Chaudkot (Pauri Garhwal) to Bhup Singh Rawat (Gorla) and Mainavati Rani. Teelu Rauteli spent most of her childhood in Kanda Malla village in Bironkhal. Teelu had two brothers, Bhagtu and Patwa. At the age of 15, Teelu got engaged with Bhavani Singh, son of Bhumya Singh Negi, from Chondkot. Teelu was skilled in horse riding and fencing. At that time a mutual war was going on between the Garh kings and the Katyuri kings.

During this, the Katyuri kings attacked Khairagarh. Then Garh King handed over the responsibility of protecting Khaiaragarh to Teelu's father and brothers. Bhup Singh fought back the invaders but he was martyred in the battle along with his two sons and Tilu's fiancée. Hurt by the death of his father, brothers and fiancé, Teelu vows to take vengeance and free the surrounding areas including Khairagarh from the invaders. In the guerilla war, Teelu, in the guise of a man, first freed Khairagarh from the Katyuris. Later she conquered Umtagarhi and Salt. While returning home after the war, one-day Teelu was drinking water in the Nayar river there Ramu Rajwar, a soldier of the enemy, after seeing Teelu, deceived her with a sword. The water of the river turned red with Teelu's blood. In the memory of Teelu, even today, Kauthig is organized every year in Kanda village and Birkhal area. The heroic story of this great heroine of the mountain will soon be seen in the form of an animation movie.