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Q. Who said, “We want a new breed of men before India can be cleansed of her disease?”
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. What was the political idealogy of Sarojini Naidu?
Ans. Right-winged, non-violence
Q. Who is known as Bul Bule Hind?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Whom did Sarojini Naidu refer to as the ‘Chocolate-coloured Mickey Mouse’?
Ans. Gandhi
Q. In one of his letters,………addressed her as “Dear Bulbul”?
Ans. Gandhi
Q. Sarojini Naidu was influenced by Edmund Gosse, Arthur Symons and?
Ans. William Butler Yeats
Q. It was Edmund Gosse who convinced Sarojini to stick to?
Ans. Indian themes
Q. What was the original name of Sarojini Naidu?
Ans. Sarojini Chattopadhyay

Q. Who wrote In the Bazaars of Hyderabad?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. In the Bazaars of Hyderabad was published in?
Ans. 1912

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Q. In the Bazaars of Hyderabad is a…….?
Ans. Poem
Q. Sarojini Naidu was born in?
Ans. 1879
Q. Sarojini Naidu was an Indian political activist, feminist, playwright and?
Ans. Poetess
Q. Which famous female Indian writer played
an important role in India’s struggle for independence from colonial rule?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Who wrote The Golden Threshold?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. The Golden Threshold is an off-campus annex of……?
Ans. University of Hyderabad

Q. The Golden Threshold is named after the renowned Indian poetess and political leader……eponymous first collection of poems?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu’s

Q. Sarojini Naidu was a…….of civil rights, women’s emancipation and anti-imperialistic ideas?
Ans. Proponent
Q. Who is called ‘the Nightingale of India’, or ‘Bharat Kokila’?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Who called Sarojini Naidu ‘the Nightingale of India’, or ‘Bharat Kokila’?
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi

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Q. In the Bazaars of Hyderabad is written in……?
Ans. Five stanzas
Q. In the poem In the Bazaars of Hyderabad, Sarojini Naidu describes the magnificent things of life along with common scenes in the bazaars of Hyderabad?
Ans. True
Q. The poem In the Bazaars of Hyderabad is set in the form of conversations between?
Ans. Customers and vendors
Q. When someone is given a descriptive name by someone else, it is called?
Ans. Sobriquet or epithet
(‘the Nightingale of India’, or ‘Bharat Kokila’  is a sobriquet)

Q. Why did Gandhi call Sarojini Naidu, ‘the Nightingale of India’, or ‘Bharat Kokila’?
Ans. Because of colour, imagery and lyrical quality of her poetry
Q. Sarojini Naidu’s picture could be seen on a  1964……….?
Ans. Stamp of India
Q. In the Bazaars of Hyderabad, Sarojini Naidu has repeatedly asked questions in every stanza about the different kinds of……..sold in the bazaar?
Ans. Goods
Q. Another theme in the poem In the Bazaars of Hyderabad is the………?
Ans. Swadeshi movement
Q. In which poem does Sarojini Naidu urge the countrymen to take part in the Swadeshi movement and boycott all foreign goods?
Ans. In the Bazaars of Hyderabad

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Q. Who was the husband of Sarojini Naidu?
Ans. Govindarajulu Naidu

Q. Sarojini Naidu was born in a………family in Hyderabad?
Ans. Bengali
Q. Sarojini Naidu was educated in Madras, London and……?
Ans. Cambridge

Q. Which poem has been included in the syllabi of Indian Secondary schools, the Indian Civil Services Examination and in some of the universities of Europe?
Ans. In the Bazaars of Hyderabad
Q……….reviewed the poem In the Bazaars of Hyderabad as, “In the Bazaars of Hyderabad shines like an oriental gem”?
Ans. The New York Times
Q. Who wrote the play Maher Muneer?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. The play Maher Muneer was written in?
Ans. Persian
Q. Sarojini Naidu worked as a……..in England?
Ans. Suffragist
Q. Sarojini Naidu was a follower of Gandhi’s idea of…….?
Ans. Swaraj
Q. Sarojini Naidu was appointed as the President of the Indian National Congress in?
Ans. 1925

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Q. Whom did the play Maher Muneer impress?
Ans. The Nizam of Kingdom of Hyderabad

Q. The first collection of poems by Sarojini Naidu was titled?
Ans. The Golden Threshold
Q. Who wrote The Bird of Time: Songs of Life, Death & the Spring?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. The Bird of Time: Songs of Life, Death & the Spring was published in?
Ans. 1912
Q. Who wrote the introduction to the volume The Golden Threshold?
Ans. Arthur Symons

Q. Sarojini Naidu also became the………in 1947?
Ans. Governor of the United Provinces
(present-day Uttar Pradesh)
Q. Who was the first woman to hold the office of Governor in the Dominion of India?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Sarojini Naidu’s poetry includes children’s poems?
Ans. True
Q. Sarojini Naidu also wrote poetry on serious themes including………?
Ans. Patriotism, romance, and tragedy

Q. Sarojini Naidu’s poem “In the Bazaars of Hyderabad” was published as a part of……….?
Ans. The Bird of Time

Q. Who wrote The Feather of The Dawn?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. The Feather of The Dawn contained poems written in?
Ans. 1927
Q. The Feather of The Dawn was edited and published posthumously in…….by Sarojini Naidu’s daughter Padmaja Naidu?
Ans. 1961
Q. Who wrote the poem The Gift of India?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. The Gift of India is also noteworthy for its……..and the actual environment of the 1915 India?
Ans. Patriotism
Q. Sarojini Naidu had……..children?
Ans. Five
(people say four, but they are five)
Q. Sarojini Naidu died of a………?
Ans. Cardiac arrest

Q. One of the central subjects in the poetry of Sarojini Naidu is…….?
Ans. Folklore
Q. Sarojini Naidu was the daughter of a Bengali Brahmin who was the principal of the…….?
Ans. Nizam’s College in Hyderabad
Q. Who wrote The Broken Wing: Songs of Love, Death and the Spring?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu

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Q. When was The Broken Wing: Songs of Love, Death and the Spring published?
Ans. 1917

Q. The poem The Gift of India was included in?
Ans. The Broken Wing: Songs of Love, Death and the Spring
Q. Who wrote Muhammad Jinnah: An Ambassador of Unity?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Sarojini Naidu’s mother, Barada Sundari Devi Chattopadhyay, was a……..and used to write……..in Bengali?
Ans. Poet ; poetry
Q. How many siblings did Sarojini Naidu have?
Ans. 8
(she was the eldest)

Q. Who gave Sarojini Naidu a chance to study in England, first at King’s College, London and later at Girton College, Cambridge?
Ans. Mehbub Ali Khan
Q. Who wrote The Sceptred Flute: Songs of India, Allahabad: Kitabistan?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Who wrote The Indian Weavers?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Sarojini Naidu’s collected poems have been published under the titles The Sceptred Flute and The Feather of the Dawn?
Ans. True
Q. Who composed a poem titled ‘The Lady of the Lake’ which was thirteen hundred lines long?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu

Q. Sarojini Naidu’s husband was a………?
Ans. Physician
Q. Sarojini Naidu joined the Indian independence movement in the wake of the partition of Bengal in……..?
Ans. 1905
Q. Between 1915 and 1918, Sarojini Naidu traveled to different regions in India delivering lectures on social welfare, the emancipation of women and……..?
Ans. Nationalism

Q. Who helped to establish the Women’s Indian Association (WIA) in 1917?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Sarojini Naidu dedicated ‘The Golden Threshold to…….., an author who she met when studying in England?
Ans. Edmund Gosse
Q. Who wrote the poem In the Forest?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. The Gift of India reflects Sarojini’s love for her country, and reminds us of the sacrifices made by Indian soldiers during the……..?
Ans. First World War
Q. Sarojini Naidu also accompanied her colleague Annie Besant to present and advocate universal suffrage in front of the………..in London, United Kingdom?
Ans. Joint Select Committee
Q. Who said, “In the battle for liberty, fear is one unforgivable treachery and despair, the one unforgivable sin?”
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Naidu was arrested along with Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru for participating in1930……?
Ans. Salt March

Q. In 1931, Sarojini Naidu and other leaders of the Congress Party participated in the?
Ans. Second Round Table Conference

Q. Sarojini Naidu was one of the major figures to have led the Civil Disobedience Movement and the Quit India Movement led by?
Ans. Gandhi
Q. Sarojini Naidu wrote The Lady of the Lake in imitation of Walter Scott’s poem…….?
Ans. The Lady of the Lake

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Q. Who wrote Palanquin Bearers?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. The poem Palanquin Bearers is a part of?
Ans. The Golden Threshold
Q. Sarojini Naidu spent over………months in jail?
Ans. 21
Q. Sarojini Naidu died at the age of……..?
Ans. 70
Q. Sarojini Naidu began writing at the age of?
Ans. 12
Q. Which prominent Indian politician admired the poems of Sarojini Naidu?
Ans. Gopal Krishna Gokhale
Q. Which poem of Sarojini Naidu is addressed to Gandhi?
Ans. The Lotus

Q. The Bird of Time was published by?
Ans. William Heinmann
Q. Who wrote The Indian Fantasy?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. What was the name of Sarojini Naidu’s daughter?
Ans. Padmaja Naidu
Q. Who wrote, “It has been our good fortune, while in Bombay, to meet Mrs. Sarojini Naidu, the newly elected President of the All-India Congress?”
Ans. Aldous Huxley
Q. Who wrote, “If all Indian politicians are like Mrs. Naidu, then the country is fortunate indeed?”
Ans. Aldous Huxley
Q. Naidu was awarded the………by the British government for her work during the plague epidemic in India?
Ans. Kaisar-i-Hind Medal
Q. Why did Sarojini Naidu later return the Kaisar-i-Hind Medal?
Ans. She returned it in protest over the April 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre
Q. Who wrote the poem To A Buddha Seated On A Lotus?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu

Q. Sarojini Naidu’s birthday i.e. 13th February is celebrated as……to recognise powerful voices of Women in India’s history?
Ans. Women’s Day
Q. Sarojini Naidu (1960) is a………about her life, directed by Bhagwan Das Garga and produced by the Government of India’s Films Division?
Ans. Documentary film

Q. In 2014, Google India commemorated Sarojini Naidu’s…….with a Google Doodle?
Ans. 135th birth anniversary
Q. Sarojini Naidu was listed among “150 Leading Women” list by the University of London in the United Kingdom in?
Ans. 2018
Q. Asteroid “5647 Sarojininaidu,” discovered by Eleanor Helin at Palomar Observatory in 1990, was named in the memory of?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
(“5647 Sarojininaidu” is the name of an asteroid)
Q. Which political party did Sarojini Naidu support?
Ans. Indian National Congress

Q. Who wrote the Soul’s Prayer?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. What was the subject of Sarojini Naidu’s writing?
Ans. Indian nationalism

Q. Sarojini Naidu entered the University of Madras at the age of?
Ans. 12
Q. Sarojini Naidu toured North America for lecturing on the Congress movement in?
Ans. 1928–29
Q. In 1914, Sarojini Naidu was elected a fellow of the…..?
Ans. Royal Society of Literature
Q. About whose poetry was it said that it was so beautiful it could also be sung?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu

Q. Sarojini Naidu was proficient in Urdu, Telugu, English, Bengali, and Persian?
Ans. Very true
Q. The Royal Tombs of Golconda?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Sarojini Naidu wrote the poem The Lady of the Lake at the age of?
Ans. 13
Q. The second college which Sarojini Naidu attend was?
Ans. Girton College, Cambridge

Q. Where did Sarojini Naidu die?
Ans. Lucknow
Q. Who was the father of Sarojini Naidu?
Ans. Aghoranath Chattopadhyay. He was a scientist and philosopher
Q. Who was the founder of the Nizam College, Hyderabad?
Ans. Father of Sarojini Naidu
Q. Who was Sarojini Naidu’s mother?
Ans. Barada Sundari, a poetess
Q. Sarojini Naidu’s father wanted her to become…….?
Ans. A mathematician or scientist

Q. Sarojini Naidu traveled to England for study at the age of?
Ans. 16

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Q. While in England, Sarojini Naidu first studied at?
Ans. King’s College, London
Q. “Life is a prism of my light/and death the shadow of my face.” These lines have been uttered by?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu

Q. Who wrote the poem Ecstasy?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Sarojini Naidu was brought into politics by Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Gandhi and?
Ans. Nehru
Q. Who was the political teacher of Sarojini Naidu?
Ans. Gopal Krishna Gokhale
Q. Who said, “We want deeper sincerity of motive, a greater courage in speech and earnestness in action?”
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Who said, “I’m not ready to die because it requires infinitely higher courage to live?”
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. Sarojini Naidu got married at the age of?
Ans. 19
Q. Who wrote the poem My Dead Dream?
Ans. Sarojini Naidu
Q. The first collection of poems by Sarojini Naidu, The Golden Threshold, was published in?
Ans. 1905

Q. Sarojini Naidu’s parental home was at………?
Ans. Brahmangaon Bikrampur, Dhaka, Bengal province
(present-day Bhramanvita, Tongibari, Munshiganj Bangladesh)
Q. Sarojini Naidu died in?
Ans. 1949


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