Malati Choudhury

Malati Choudhury

Malati Devi Choudhury (née Sen) (1904- 1998) was an Indian civil rights and freedom activist and Gandhian. She born in 1904 in an upper middle class Brahmo family. She was the daughter of Barrister Kumud Nath Sen, whom she had lost when she was only two and a half years old, and Snehalata Sen, who brought her up.

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Malati Choudhury - Social Work and Politics
... Malati Choudhury did not spare Gandhiji, and told him point blank, “Bapu, you have not done the right thing.” Gandhiji apologized, and cooled her down with his disarming smile ... After independence, Malati Choudhury, as a member of the Constituent Assembly of India, and as the President of the Utkal Pradesh Congress Committee, tried her best to emphasize the role ... Malati Choudhury lived an eventful life and died at the age of ninety-three ...