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Sarojini Naidu

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Sarojini Naidu in 1912.

[1]Sarojini Naidu (Hindi: सरोजिनी नायडू Chattopadhyay; 13 February 1879 – 2 March 1949)[2] was an Indian political activist and poet. A proponent of civil rights, women's leader, and anti-imperialistic ideas, she was an important figure in India's struggle for independence from colonial rule She is often called the `Nightingale of India'. She worked closely with Mahatma Gandhi. She is considered and dubbed as the "Mother of the Nation" of India. She was the former governor of Uttar Pradesh.

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  2. "Sarojini Naidu | Biography & Facts". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 2020-08-27.