Sarojini Naidu, the ‘Nightingale of India’, is commemorated annually on February 13th, marking her 145th birth anniversary.
A Tribute to Sarojini Naidu Born in Hyderabad on February 13, 1879, Sarojini Naidu was not only a poet but also a prominent political activist.
A Leader in India’s Independence Movement A disciple of Mahatma Gandhi, Naidu played a pivotal role in India’s struggle for independence, earning the respect of major leaders.
The Literary Luminary Recognized for her poetic prowess, Sarojini Naidu’s collection “Golden Threshold” showcased her literary genius and earned her the title “Bul Bule Hind”.
Inspiring Words of Wisdom Naidu’s quotes resonate with timeless wisdom, emphasizing ideals of love, sacrifice, courage, and justice, inspiring generations to come.
A Vision for Unity Naidu championed unity, emphasizing Indian identity over regional, religious, or caste pride, envisioning a cohesive nation striving for justice.
Legacy of Leadership Elected as the President of Congress in 1925, Sarojini Naidu exemplified leadership and resilience, leaving a lasting impact on Indian politics.
Celebrating National Women’s Day In honor of her contributions, February 13 is celebrated as National Women’s Day in India, recognizing Naidu’s remarkable legacy.
A Call for Renewal Naidu’s call for a “new breed of men” echoes her desire for societal transformation, urging India to overcome its challenges with courage and determination.
Remembering Sarojini Naidu As the nation commemorates her 145th birth anniversary, Sarojini Naidu’s legacy continues to inspire and guide future generations towards a brighter future.
Re-reported from the article originally published in The Quint