|Date of birth||1869|
|Date of death||1917|
She was born in Vršac in 1869 in a craftsman's family. Her father was a blacksmith. In her hometown, she finished the Serbian National Primary School, then finshed the town civic school. She graduated from the Serbian Teachers' School in Sombor. She worked as a teacher in Čakovo and Turkish Bečej. She was married to Mladen Nerandžić, who was a bookkeeper by profession. She had no descendants.
|Place of birth||Vršac|
|Place of death||Kikinda|
She wrote poems for children which were published in Golub (The Pigeon) and Spomenik (The Monument) magazines. Her poems for children were published in a separate book. She also published a children story Smilje i Kovilje. Those poems of hers that are distinguished by religiousness were published in the magazine Ženski svet (Women's World). In 1912, she published a children's booklet Seja iz Bečeja: dobroj deci (Little Sister from Bečej: to Good Children), poems and stories for children, as well as a children's theater play. The book came out in Turkish Bečej in the bookstore of Giga Jovanović. She also engaged in spiritism and published a book on that subject - Tajne zagrobnog života (Mysteries of the Afterlife).
Varađanin, Arkadije. „Učiteljice: Darinka Nerandžić-Brašovanova“. Srpkinja: njezin život i rad, njezin kulturni razvitak i njezina narodna umjetnost do danas/ uredile srpske književnice. Irig: Dobrotvorna zadruga srpkinja, 1913. (Sarajevo: Štamparija Pijuković i drug), str. 73.
Savremenici i poslednici Dositeja Obradovića i Vuka Stefanovića Karadžića sakupio, obradio i sredio Vlastoje D. Aleksijević (1911–1969); Sedma sveska: slovo N;
Available on: http://digitalna.nb.rs/wb/NBS/Katalozi_i_bibliografije/P_425/P_425_07#page/0/mode/1up
Data collected and edited by Milica Đuričić
Translated by Marija Bulatović
|Profession(s) and other activities||teacher/governess|
|Language(s) in which she wrote||Serbian|
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