Here are some but not all the Indian suffragettes who brought about change for women in Britain and India:
Suraiya Jamaal Sheikh: The Actress And Singer Who Thrived Despite Personal Turmoil | #IndianWomenInHistory
Suraiya Jamaal Sheikh was a very poignant Indian actress and a Hindustani singer who had a very prosperous career.
Kadambini Ganguly (18 July, 1861-3 October, 1923), born as Kadambini Basu, was one of the first two female graduates (along with Chandramukhi Basu) from India. She also went on to become one of the first female doctors of the country who were certified to practise western medicine.
Parveen Babi was an actress, model, and interior designer, whose life transitioned from anonymity into the limelight and back to anonymity again.
Sulagitti Narasamma is the mother who worked selflessly to deliver 15,000 babies and in turn became the radical force of her nomadic tribe.
Zohra Sehgal lived life on her own terms, breaking away from the chains which bound the average woman of her time and social position.
Born on 2 August, 1886, Mary Poonen Lukose was not just a notable gynecologist and obstetrician, but also the first female surgeon general in India.
Abala Bose deserves a special place in the great history for her pioneering work and life long devotion to the social causes.
Mata Khivi is remembered as the woman who upheld humanity above all other virtues and prejudices. She is the only one of Guru's wives whose name has been mentioned in the Guru Granth Sahib.
It’s impossible to trace Princess Victoria Gowramma's intricate lifetime of tragedy and romance without understanding the people and politics that governed her fate and sense of self.