|She wedded Rustom Cama, a wealthy, pro-British lawyer on August 3rd 1885. Madam Cama was primarily inclined towards philanthropic activities as well as social work. When the Bombay Presidency was struck by famine and then bubonic plague in October 1896, Madam Cama was amongst the member of several teams functioning out of Grant Medical College.
She ardently supported gender equality, being influenced by Christabel Pankhurst as well as the Suffragette movement,. Madam Cama is even known to have had unfurled a ‘Flag of Indian Independence’ on August 22nd 1907, at the International Socialist Conference in Stuttgart, Germany.