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(Mother of Indian Revolution)
Smt. Bhikaji Cama was an ardent supporter of India’s Freedom struggle against colonialism. She led long exiled life for freedom movement. She hoisted Tricolour in Germany on the occasion of 7th International Congress.
Bhihaji Cama was born on 24th September, 1861 in Mumbai. She belonged to a rich family. She was brought up with self esteem. That was the reason that she did not tolerate India’s captivity by British Empire. She did not like comfort and idleness. She joined India’s freedom movement. Madam Cama had a great ability to inspire people with strong confidence and to fill hearts with realistic views. She contributed much to India with her strong personality, sacrifice for the country, strong inspiring speech and great desire for India’s progress and development.
She aroused Indian sentiments for freedom and self esteem by her zealous speeches. Her speeches during freedom struggle ignited fire in Indians’ heart. She wrote revolutionary ideas in the newspaper ‘Vandemataram’ and Talwar’. She wrote from her heart against Universal Colonialism.
Madam Bhikhaji Cama died on 13 August 1936 at the age of 74.
Madam Cama was a famous worshipper of India. To honour her dedication for country, her portrait was inaugurated in the central hall of Parliament on 2nd August 1989. There is also a very big official complex in her name in Delhi. She was a great patriot.