Bhikaji Cama also advocated for the position of women in the freedom struggle of the country. Speaking at a National conference in Cairo, 1910 she said, “Where is the other half of Egypt? I see only men who represent half the country! Where are the mothers?” Read the story of this inspiring female freedom fighter of India.
Bhikaiji Cama attended the second Socialist Congress at Stuttgart, Germany in 1907, where she unfurled a version of the Indian national flag in tricolour with green, saffron, and red stripes. This would become the template from which the current national flag of India was created.