Who is regarded as the “Mother of Indian Revolution”

(A) Annie Besant
(B) Sarojini Naidu
(C) Rama Bai
(D) Bhikaji Rustam Cama

Correct Answer : Bhikaji Rustam Cama
Question Asked : UPPCS (Pre) 2003, UPUDA/LDA (Pre) 2002
Explanation : Bhikaji Cama was an Indian freedom fighter and political activist. She was born to an extremely wealthy Parsi business family. She led the revolutionary movement from America and Europe for India’s freedom. At the International Socialist Congress held at Stuttgart (Germany) in 1907, she unfurled the first version of the Indian National Flag. She designed this flag. She struggled with her full strength for Indian freedom and worked for it at least 30 years residing in Paris. In 1935 she returned to Mumbai at the age of 74 and the same year, she died. She was popularly known as “Mother of Indian Revolution”.
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