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Sarojini Naidu: Makers of Indian Literature
Sarojini Naidu: Makers of Indian Literature
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SAROJINI NAIDU (1879-1949) carved herself a niche in the annals of English poetry, not as an Indian writing in English but as one to whom English came as the most natural medium. Sarojini was, however, no alien to India and wrote about her country with the pen of a pure Indian, a patriotic daughter, who was an integral part of her great nation.

She was a child of the Hindu-Muslim structure of Hyderabad with a strong background of Brahmo philosophy, tolerance and love for humanity. Being herself a product of the English-speaking system of education, she deplored the denationalized Indian youth for their blind intellectual bondage to the West. Yet she was taught from earliest childhood to East-West comradeship.

Sarojini always reminded us that there was the moon for us to reach, and we were to work for the good of a united world.

Sarojini Naidu is truly the Nightingale of India, whose golden voice still vibrates in the ears of those who had an opportunity to listen to any of her eloquent speeches.

This monograph by Srimati Padmini Sengupta, who knew Sarojini as a friend of her illustrious mother, is an attempt to introduce the Bharat Kokila to the general Indian readers, who may have known something of Sarojini Naidu as a polician but not so much as a poet.

CONTENTS

The Magical Wood1
Girlhood6
The English Scene12
Back Home16
Words20
The Golden Threshold25
Bharat Kokila31
Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Sarojini Naidu35
First Meeting and Early Work with the Mahatma38
The Broken Wing43
The Birth of the Freedom Struggle50
Letters and Friendships54
The Years of Struggle61
Laughter, Colour and Freedom66
The Last Days70
Indo-Anglian poetry73
Poetry and Philosophy81
Bibliography98

Sarojini Naidu: Makers of Indian Literature

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From the Jacket:

SAROJINI NAIDU (1879-1949) carved herself a niche in the annals of English poetry, not as an Indian writing in English but as one to whom English came as the most natural medium. Sarojini was, however, no alien to India and wrote about her country with the pen of a pure Indian, a patriotic daughter, who was an integral part of her great nation.

She was a child of the Hindu-Muslim structure of Hyderabad with a strong background of Brahmo philosophy, tolerance and love for humanity. Being herself a product of the English-speaking system of education, she deplored the denationalized Indian youth for their blind intellectual bondage to the West. Yet she was taught from earliest childhood to East-West comradeship.

Sarojini always reminded us that there was the moon for us to reach, and we were to work for the good of a united world.

Sarojini Naidu is truly the Nightingale of India, whose golden voice still vibrates in the ears of those who had an opportunity to listen to any of her eloquent speeches.

This monograph by Srimati Padmini Sengupta, who knew Sarojini as a friend of her illustrious mother, is an attempt to introduce the Bharat Kokila to the general Indian readers, who may have known something of Sarojini Naidu as a polician but not so much as a poet.

CONTENTS

The Magical Wood1
Girlhood6
The English Scene12
Back Home16
Words20
The Golden Threshold25
Bharat Kokila31
Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Sarojini Naidu35
First Meeting and Early Work with the Mahatma38
The Broken Wing43
The Birth of the Freedom Struggle50
Letters and Friendships54
The Years of Struggle61
Laughter, Colour and Freedom66
The Last Days70
Indo-Anglian poetry73
Poetry and Philosophy81
Bibliography98

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