Posted By: Anil Kumar
Published Date: March 20, 2023
In India, National Women's Day is honoured every year on the 13th of February to monumentalize the birth anniversary of Sarojini Naidu. She was born on February 13, 1879. Her father is Aghoranath Chattopadhyaya who was a scientist and her mother is Barada Sundari Devi, a Bengali poet. This year on February 13th the country proudly celebrates her 142nd birth anniversary as the national women's day of India.
Sarojini Naidu (13 February 1879 – 2 March 1949) was a prominent figure in India’s wrangle for freedom from British rule. Sarojini Naidu was a prolific Indian activist and famous poet. Her major contributions to the world of literature include The Golden Threshold (1905), The Bird of Time (1912), and her collected poems, published as The Sceptred Flute (1928) and The Feather of the Dawn (1961). She was the foremost Indian woman president of the Indian National Congress(INC) and the first woman to harbour the office of Governor in the Dominion of India.
Sarojni Naidu's work as a poet awarded her the epithet 'the Nightingale of India', or 'Bharat Kokila'. This epithet was titled Sarojini Naidu by Mahatma Gandhi because of the imagery and lyrical excellence of her poetry. Her poetry touched a million souls with her timeless masterpieces. Sarojini Naidu was one of the influential freedom fighters in India. This wonder woman of India has held in imprisonment for 21 months during the Quit India Movement started by Gandhiji. She endured agonising torment in the journey of the freedom fight of India. Sarojini stands as a strong role model for women all over the world. As an Indian, It is our honour to celebrate this day in memory of our fierce freedom fighter. National Women's Day is commemorated to honour the social, cultural, political, and economic accomplishments of women.
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