Google on Monday commemorated the 117th birth anniversary of insurgent and poet Subhadra Kumari Chauhan with a striking doodle on its homepage.
In a statement, Google described Ms. Chauhan as a “trailblazing writer and freedom fighter”
who “rose to national prominence during a male-dominated era of literature”.
Ms. Chauhan was born on today in 1904 in Nihalpur village in Uttar Pradesh’s Allahabad, now Prayagraj.
As a part of her contribution to the liberty struggle, Ms. Chauhan continued to form revolutionary statements on and off the page and she or he published a complete of 88 poems and 46 short stories.
Chauhan gave up the ghost on February 15 in 1948. In honor of her exemplary work, an Indian Coast warship was named after her. the govt of Madhya Pradesh placed a statue of hers before the Municipal Corporation office of Jabalpur.