Sarojini Naidu was born
Sarojini Naidu was a well-known poet and India was one of the best national leaders in the country. She was always ahead in India's freedom struggle. Their companions used to get strength, courage and energy from them. Youth power was inspired to move forward with them. Being a child of intelligence since childhood, she made a legend, Lady of the Lake, at the age of 13. She went to England to receive higher education in 1895 and continued to write poems along with studies. Golden Thrashold was her first collection of poems. Her second and third poem collection The Bird of Time and The Broken Wing: Songs of Love, Death & Destiny, made her a well-known poem.
Sarojini Naidu was born on February 13, 1879 in Hyderabad. She was the eldest of eight children of Aghornath Chattopadhyaya and Varada Sundari. Aghoranath was a scientist and educationist. He is also write poetry.
Sarojini Naidu stayed for two years in England during her education, but she was highly admired by the reputed writers and friends there. Her friends and fans were also 'Edmund Gosse' and 'Arthur D. Simons'.
When Sarojini Naidu died on March 2, 1949, at that time she was in the office as the governor. But that day death was only a body. In one of her poems, she had told death to stay for some time.