In India, Sarojini Naidu is revered as the “Bharatiya Kokila,” which literally translates as “Indian Nightingale.” She was a strong advocate for the rights of women while also playing a significant part in India’s fight for independence. Her birthday is February 13th, and she was born in Hyderabad in 1879. On the anniversary of her passing. Sarojini Naidu was both a notable poet and politician throughout her life. Her literary works continue to get attention from readers all around the world. She traveled to London at a young age in order to pursue her education there. She was the first woman to ever be appointed Governor of India. She got a scholarship and continued her education in another country as a direct result of the play “Maher Muneer,” which she composed when she was a youngster. She was a member of the Constituent Assembly in addition to being known as an outstanding leader during that time period. During her time as a student in London, she met Padipati Govindarajulu Naidu, a non-Brahmin who was also a medical doctor and fell in love with him. She was able to muster the courage and honesty necessary for her love, and she tied the knot at the age of 19 in the year 1898. She gave birth to Jayasurya, Padmaja, Randheer, and Leilaman, all of them were her children.