India celebrates the birthday of Sarojini Naidu as National Women’s Day every February 13th. This year, Nation celebrated its 142nd anniversary. She was born on February 13, 1879. Her poems are known by the nickname "Indian Nightingale" or "Bharat Kokila".
Sarojini has been very smart since he was a child and passed the 12-level standardized test when he was 12 years old. When she was 13 years old, she wrote a poem called "Lake Girl". Her first collection of poems is called "Golden Threshold". Sarojini's poems "Birds of Time" and "Broken Wings" made her a famous poet of her time. Naidu first met Gandhiji in the UK in 1914 and dedicated herself to the country.
She became the second female president of the Indian National People's Congress in 1925 and went to South Africa in 1932 as a South African representative. In 1928, she was awarded Kaiser-i-Hind for the work done by the British government during the Indian plague. On March 2, 1949, she died of a heart attack while working in her office in Lucknow.
Sarojini Naidu was elected as the chairman of the Indian National Congress (INC) in 1925. Sarojini Naidu had to go to jail with Gandhiji while participating in several freedom struggles in India. In 1942, Gandhiji initiated the "Quit India Movement" and the British government imprisoned Sarojini Naidu for 21 months. In addition, International Women's Day is celebrated and celebrated on March 8th every year.