Stri Dharma was the magazine of the Women's Indian Association which was first published in January 1918 by two Theosophist feminists –Margaret Cousins and Dorothy Jinarajadasa– and continued until August 1936.[1][2] Its title was Sanskrit for the dharma of women: their right way.[3]

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  • Broome, Sarah (2012), "Stri-Dharma: Voice of the Indian Women's Rights Movement 1928-1936", History Theses
  • Raman, Sita Anantha (2009), Women in India: A Social and Cultural History, vol. 1, ABC-CLIO, p. 151, ISBN 9780313014406
  • Tusan, Michelle Elizabeth (2007), "Writing stri dharma: international feminism, nationalist politics, and women's press advocacy in late colonial India", Women's History Review, 12 (4): 623–649, doi:10.1080/09612020300200377