Amina Najmuddin Tyabji
|Died||1939 (aged 60–61)|
|Children||7; including Muhammad Saleh Akbar Hydari|
|Relatives||Badruddin Tyabji (uncle)|
Amina Hydari (1878–1939) was an Indian social worker. In 1908, she received the Kaisar-i-Hind Medal, the first woman recipient, for her work during the Great Musi Flood of 1908. The wife of former Prime Minister of Kingdom of Hyderabad Akbar Hydari, she founded the Lady Hydari Club in 1929 and Mahboobia Girls School, the first girls' school in the State. Her uncle was the lawyer and notable Congressman Badruddin Tyabji.
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