The Bird of Time - Songs of Life Death and the Spring by Sarojini NaiduSarojini Naidu or Sarojini Chattopadhyaya (February 13, 1879, Hyderabad - March 2, 1949, Lucknow), also known by the sobriquet Bharatiya Kokila (The Nightingale of India), was a child prodigy, freedom fighter, and poet. Naidu was the first Indian woman to become the President of the Indian National Congress and the first woman to become the Governor of Uttar Pradesh.
She was active in the Indian Independence Movement, joining Mahatma Gandhi in the Salt March to Dandi, and then leading the Dharasana Satyagraha after the arrests of Gandhi, Abbas Tyabji, and Kasturba Gandhi.
The Bird of Time/Introduction
Saroji Naidu was born on 13th February At 13, she passed Madras Matriculation examination. She fell in love with M Govindarajulu Naidu at an early age and she was sent to England in She studied at Girton College Cambridge. During her years in England, she got familiar with many leading literary figures including Edmund Gosse and Arthur Simon and the first acted as a patron to her. She returned to India in and married Dr. Her life in India was committed to politics, public life and poetry.
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