Freedom fighter, Sarita Rani Mudgal was part of the 1942 Quit India movement. She was arrested and was among a group of women who showed indomitable courage by raising the flag inside the Lahore Womens' jail! Her husband Jagdish Chandra Mudgal drew the underground posters for the freedom movement. He was arrested and kept with the other prisoners who had tuberculosis. He contracted tuberculosis and died shortly thereafter. Sarita Rani Mudgal was also present at the morning prayer meeting of 30 January 1948 when Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated. Watch her historical testimony given to the award-winning author and film-director, Sagari Chhabra at her residence, just before she passed away.