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Saraswathi Gora Biography, Age, Death, Height, Weight, Family, Caste, Wiki & More

Updated On : October 1, 2018

Other Professions: Social Worker Founder Writer

Saraswathi Gora Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown

Saraswathi Gora was 93 years, 10 months & 21 days old age.

Short Biography

Saraswathi Gora was born on 28-09-1912 in Vizianagaram in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. She was an Indian Activist Social Worker, Founder & Writer.

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Saraswathi Gora Complete Bio & Career

In the year 1930, Saraswathi started campaigning for performing the devadasis marriages and initiated for the remarriages of widow’s women. Her endeavors to eradicate the caste system, and social reformation, in 1944, they were welcomed to stay at the Sevagram Mahatma Gandhi's ashram, and for 2-3 weeks they remained stayed there.
In 1940, she built and the founder of  Atheist Center with the motive to develop the human values by the Gandhism, atheism, and rationalism. She was the activist for the "freedom movement of India", and during this movement, although she was sent to jail by carrying her son “Niyanta” who was two years old at that time. She was actively involved in doing campaigning against the eradicating of the caste system in India.
This Indian social activist was honored by  "Basava-Puraskar" by the Karnataka Government in 2001. Also, she was decorated with the many other prestigious awards for her active involvement and contribution for the social welfare of the Indian societies. In 2012, her auto-biography named "My Life With Gora" was published in the Telugu language.

Death Info

Saraswathi Gora died on 19-08-2006 at Vijayawada in Krishna in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. She was suffering from lung infection.

19 August, 2006 Vijayawada, Krishna, Andhra Pradesh India

Saraswathi Gora Family, Relatives and Other Relations

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Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About Saraswathi Gora

  • In 2001, she was conferred by the Karnataka Government by Basava Puraskar.
  • In 2012, Her autobiography My Life With Gora was published in Telugu.
  • For Humanism, she was decorated by the G.D.Birla International Award.
  • In 1999, she received the Jamnalal Bajaj Award.
  • In 1940. she established the Atheist Center to promote the human values based on rationalism, Gandhism, and atheism.