|Died||February 16, 1983 (aged 75)|
Rishikesh, Uttar Pradesh, India
|Organization||Jugantar and Indian National Congress|
|Movement||Indian Independence movement|
|Relatives||Bina Das (sister) |
Beni Madhab Das (father)
Kalyani Das (1907–1983) was an Indian revolutionary and nationalist from Bengal.
She was the daughter of a well-known Brahmo teacher, Beni Madhab Das and a social worker, Sarala Devi. Her younger sister Bina Das was also a freedom fighter.
She was a student of Ravenshaw Collegiate School, Cuttack. Das finished her Bachelor in Arts in 1928.
Das was a member of Chhatri Sangha, a semi-revolutionary organisation for women in Kolkata. On 1930, she led a protest of female students against Governor of Bengal. She was arrested for her anti-governor activity on 1932. Her classmate, another renowned freedom fighter Kamala Das Gupta was arrested at the same time.
Das died on 16 February 1983.
She edited a book called Bengal Speaks (published in 1944), and dedicated it to her sister Bina Das.