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Sarojini Naidu Biography

Sarojini Naidu  
Sarojini Naidu – Biography
Name Sarojini Naidu
Born Sarojini Chattopadhyay
  February 13, 1879
Died March 2, 1949 (aged 70)
Alma mater King’s College London (1895-1898); Girton College,Cambridge; University of Madras
Occupation Poet, politician
Title Governor of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh
Term 15 August 1947-2 March 1949
Predecessor Francis Verner Wylie
Successor Hormasji Peroshaw Mody
Political party Indian National Congress
Political movement Indian independence movement
Spouse(s) Govindarajulu Naidu (1898-1949)
Children Padmaja, Jayasurya, Leelamani, Randheer, Nilawar
Sarojini Naidu – Famous Poems
Damayante to Nala in the Hour of Exile
Indian Dancers
The Indian
Indian Love-Song
Indian Weavers
In Salutation to the Eternal Peace
In the Forest
In the Bazaars of Hyderabad (Refer to English textbook of 9th std ICSE board)
Nightfall in the City of Hyderabad
Palanquin Bearers
The Pardah Nashin
Past and Future
The Queen’s Rival
The Royal Tombs of Golconda
The Snake-Charmer
Song of a Dream
Song of Radha,the milkmaid
The Soul’s Prayer
To a Buddha Seated on a Lotus
To the God of Pain
Wandering Singers
Street Cries
Autumn Song
Bangle Sellers
The Coromandel Fishers
To youth