Kamala Bhasin, a leading activist of the women’s rights movement, has passed away.

Kamala Bhasin, a leading activist of the women's rights movement, has passed away.

Kamala’s nursery rhyme ‘Kyunki Mem Ladki Hum, Mujhe Pathna Hai’ is very popular. That song happened by accident. In the early 1980s. Kamala, who was looking for a book with nursery rhymes for children, was amazed by the books she found that day.

Kamala Bhasin, a leading activist of the women’s rights movement, has passed away.

Kamala’s nursery rhyme ‘Kyunki Mem Ladki Hum, Mujhe Pathna Hai’ is very popular. That song happened by accident. In the early 1980s. Kamala, who was looking for a book with nursery rhymes for children, was amazed by the books she found that day.

Kamla Bhasin was a woman who always stood up for women’s rights. As always, they came forward to speak and work for women. This morning, the prominent women’s rights activist said goodbye to this world. She was diagnosed with cancer a few months ago. 

She was undergoing treatment for cancer

Leading Indian women’s rights activist and author Kawati Bhasin has died at the age of 75. She was undergoing treatment for cancer. Cancer was confirmed a few months ago.

Activist Kavitha Srivastava announced the death on Twitter.

Kamala Bhasin has been a leading figure in the struggle for women’s rights in India and other South Indian countries since the 1970s. In 2002, Sangath, a movement for women in rural and tribal communities, was formed. He had resigned from the UN to form the Sangat.

Activist Kavita Srivastava shared the news of her death on Twitter. ‘Our dear friend Kamala Bhasin passed away today, September 25, at 3 am. This is a major setback for the women’s movement in India and the South Asian region. They celebrated life in any adverse situation. Kamala, you will always live in our hearts and brotherhood, ”Srivastava said.

Kamla Bhasin Biography.

Kamala was born on April 24, 1946 in Rajasthan. Their father was a doctor. Kamala was one of six children. Kamala worked with Sangat, an organization that stood for women’s rights in all its forms. 

Kamala’s Sangat-A Feminist Network, Kyunki Mem Ladki Hum and Mujhe Patna Hai (Kavati) are very popular. The story of the nursery rhyme Kyunki Mem Ladki Hum, Mujhe Patna Hai is also famous.

It wasn’t until the search for nursery rhymes for children in the early 1980s that they realized the dangers of injecting gender inequality into children from nursery age onwards. Of all the nursery rhymes I got, it was my dad going to work and my mom doing the housework. All these poems conveyed the message that boys should go out and girls should stay indoors. So Kamala herself was writing a nursery rhyme for the kids.

Published in 1982 with the assistance of the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, the nursery rhymes have been translated into five languages.

Kamala has been actively involved in development, education, gender and media.

Kamala Bhasin has been actively involved in issues such as gender equality, women’s advancement, education and development for over 35 years. Kamala Bhasin has authored several books on feminism and patriarchy. Many of these have been translated into over thirty languages. Bhas also contributed to the feminist version of the poem Azadi.

For more than 35 years, Kamala has been actively involved in development, education, gender and media. She started her work for the empowerment of the rural and urban poor in 1972 by working for a voluntary organization in Rajasthan. From 1976 to 2001, she worked for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). She resigned from the UN in 2002 to work with Sangathi, a founding member and advisor.

Kamla bhasin quotes.

Kamala’s nursery rhyme ‘ Kyunki main ladki hoon, mujhe padhna hai  ‘ is very popular. That song happened by accident. In the early 1980s. Kamala, who was looking for a book with nursery rhymes for children, was amazed by the books she found that day. In all those songs, you can see the father going to work and the mothers doing the housework. Moreover, the songs conveyed the message that girls should stay indoors when boys go out. This made Kamala very disappointed. So, Kamala, who was also an officer at the time, wrote a nursery rhyme. It consisted of a woman going to work and a man at home. 

The nursery rhymes were published in 1982 with the help of the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. Later, the songs were translated into five more languages.

The end of an era, condolences on the separation of Kamala

Following the news of Kamala Bhas’ death, many people expressed their condolences on social media. Women’s rights activists have described Kamala’s departure as “the end of an era”. 

‘We extend our deepest condolences on the death of #Kamalabhasinji, a peace activist and feminist in New Delhi. They were all friends. “Indo-Pak has always advocated for peace,” Aaghaz-e-Dosti wrote. 

Kamala Bhasin, a leading activist of the women's rights movement, has passed away.
Kamala Bhasin, a leading activist of the women’s rights movement, has passed away.

‘I am saddened to hear of the tragic death of my dear friend and extraordinary personality Kamala Bhas. We were discussing their health yesterday. But we never realized that they would leave us the next day. This will be a great loss for us, “said Irfan Habib.

‘The end of an era. The feminist movement in India is forever indebted to Kamala Bhas for her incredibly rich work in this movement. I learned a lot from them. Rest in Power ‘, says Arpita Das.

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