The women demanded that no changes should be made to the Muslim Personal Law.
They covered the city raising slogans against the move.
On March 10, Burkha-clad women from Maharashtra's Pune, along with All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), also held a rally on the same issue.
Earlier on March 7, Muslim women hit the streets of Kolkata protesting against the bill.
The 'Muslim Women Protection of Rights on Marriage Bill' proposed a three-year jail term for a Muslim man who divorces his wife via talaq-e-biddat (instant triple talaq). The bill has been passed by Lok Sabha is yet to be passed by Rajya Sabha to become a law.
The Supreme Court has set aside instant triple talaq or talaq-e-biddat as a "manifestly arbitrary" practice.