Who is called the mother of Indian nationalism?

Madame Cama is known as the ‘Mother of Indian Revolution’. She was married to Rustom Cama, a wealthy lawyer based in Bombay. Having worked as a social worker during the Bombay Plague epidemic in 1897, she became ill herself and was sent to Britain in 1901/2 for treatment.

What is Madame Cama called?

Bhikaiji Rustom Cama (24 September 1861 – 13 August 1936) or simply as, Madam Cama, was one of the prominent figures in the Indian independence movement.

Which country was called as the mother of revolution?

Madame Cama is known as the ‘Mother of Indian Revolution’. She was married to Rustom Cama, a wealthy lawyer based in Bombay. Having worked as a social worker during the Bombay Plague epidemic in 1897, she became ill herself and was sent to Britain in 1901/2 for treatment.

Who has written Mother India?

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