Mucormycosis: Why are Covid-19 patients being affected by black fungus infection?

We now have to cope with another until not so prevalent opportunistic opponent, the so-called ‘Black fungus’ infection, academically dubbed mucormycosis,” said Dr Dhananjaya I Bhat, senior consultant, neurosurgery, Aster RV Hospital.

“The most terrible, cruel expression is Rhino-orbito-cerebral mucormycosis,” he continued (ROCM). With this in mind, we’ll look at a lesser-known organism: the fungus, and its relevance in these volatile and unpredictable times.”


What is a fungus?

These are organisms that are distinct from the plant and animal kingdoms. They are found everywhere in nature, including the soil, plants, decaying organic matter, water, air, and damp places, as well as in humans and animals.

They, along with bacteria, play an important role in our ecosystem by degrading organic matter into simpler forms for plant consumption. “Among them are household yeast, moulds, mushrooms, and a variety of others.

There are approximately 1,44,000 species of fungi (plural for fungus), some of which are pathogenic to humans. Candida, Aspergillus, Cryptococcus, Histoplasma, Pneumocystis, and Mucormycetes are the most common,” he explained.


What types of infection do these fungi cause?

In general, some fungi do not cause infections in humans, but they can cause illness in people with weakened immune systems, which is known as opportunistic infections.

Some common types of a fungal infection include:

  • Skin infections such as ringworm
  • Nail infections
  • Deep cutaneous infections caused by trauma
  • Breach in the skin with subsequent fungal implantation and growth
  • Sinus infections and deep lung infections Fungi can also affect the gastrointestinal and renal systems, and can cause a full-blown infection as a result of fungus entry into the bloodstream.


If the fungi are so common why is it that we rarely get infected by them?

“We keep these omnipresent organisms at bay and remain infection-free thanks to our body’s defence mechanisms, which are constantly and assiduously fighting them.

When our immune system relaxes its guard, these organisms gain the upper hand and unleash morbid and, in some cases, lethal infections,” he told


Who is susceptible to fungal infections?

As previously stated, people with a weakened immune system are more vulnerable to infection. Among the conditions that lower our immunity are:

  • *Diabetes: The combination of high blood sugar levels and an acidic environment, as seen in diabetic ketoacidosis, is ideal for the rapid growth of these organisms. Diabetes is also linked to a weakened immune system.
  • *Steroid medication raises blood sugar levels and reduces the body’s immune response.
  • *Blood cancers, which, once again, result in a faulty immune system
  • *Patients on immunosuppressive medications, as seen in organ and haematologic stem cell recipients.
  • *Patients who have an excess of iron or are taking deferoxamine (specifically used in iron overdose).
  • *Trauma, burns, and malnourished individuals


What is ROCM or Black fungus infection?

Mucormycosis (previously known as Zygomycosis) is a serious but uncommon fungal infection caused by a type of mould known as a micromycete. Molds of the order Mucorales cause rhino-orbital-cerebral-mucormycosis (ROCM).

There are a few subgroups that are commonly involved in this infection, such as Rhizopus, Mucor, and Rhizomucor. These fungi are angioinvasive, which means they invade and destroy the surrounding blood vessels, resulting in tissue necrosis and death.

These moulds are found throughout the environment, and their spores can be found in the air. They become lodged in the nasal cavity and neighbouring sinuses.

When they reach a favourable environment, they settle into the tissue. When the spores germinate, the hyphae (filamentous processes) grow and release destructive juices that digest the host tissue while also providing nutrition to the rapidly growing fungi.

They relentlessly destroy the surrounding host tissue as they grow in the nasal cavity. The nasal cavity and sinuses’ bones are destroyed. The hard palate, orbital bones, and skull base bones are examples of these.

There may be black masses in the nasal cavity and oral cavity. It may cause bulging of the eyes, pain, frozen eye movements, and blindness if it destroys the orbit and enters the eye socket.

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Why is it occurring in COVID 19 patients?

Mucormycosis can develop at any time after COVID-19 infection, whether during the hospital stay or several days to a few weeks later. “The COVID-19 causes a favourable change in the host’s internal environment for the fungus, and the medical treatment given unwittingly promotes fungal growth.

COVID-19 wreaks havoc on the airway mucosa and blood vessels. It also causes an increase in serum iron, which is critical for the fungus’s growth. Steroids, for example, raise blood sugar levels.

Broad-spectrum antibiotics kill not only potentially pathogenic bacteria but also beneficial commensals. Antifungals such as Voriconazole inhibit Aspergillosis, but Mucor survives and thrives due to a lack of competition.

Long-term ventilation reduces immunity, and there is speculation that the fungus is transmitted by humidifier water mixed with oxygen. All of the aforementioned factors combine to create an ideal environment for mucormycosis infection,” he explained.


Can there be other fungal infections in COVID 19 patients?

Mucor has not caused as much havoc in Western countries as it has in India. Other fungal infections, such as aspergillosis and candidiasis, have been found to be more common in COVID-19 patients.

Lung infections caused by fungi are difficult to diagnose clinically. The patient has a fever, cough, and shortness of breath, all of which are symptoms of COVID. As a result, overlap creates diagnostic quandaries.

The clinician should be alert to the possibility of fungal infection and have a low threshold for suspicion, especially when a COVID-19 patient is improving and then suddenly develops respiratory failure.


Are these infections life-threatening?

These infections are extremely lethal, and most people will die if they are not treated.

The mortality rate ranges from 25% to 90%. Once the infection has spread to the brain, the mortality rate is extremely high. As a result, early diagnosis and prompt treatment are given a high priority.


This week, there was a storey that was very much in the news. Vitalik Butrin, the co-founder of cryptocurrency Ethereum and a Russian Canadian programmer, announced that he had donated $ 1.1 billion in cryptocurrency to help Corona-affected India. This is the largest partnership in history. Shiba inu coin has been launched on WazirX, India’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, according to a report by Business Insider India.

The day on which Batrin gave 1.1 billion dollars, according to the report, was listed the next day. Binance owns WazirX, a cryptocurrency exchange situated in Mumbai. According to Wazir X CEO Nischal Shetty, there was a desire from the cryptocurrency community for the SHIB currency to be listed, hence the decision was made. Binance is a global cryptocurrency exchange founded in 2017 that allows users to trade individual cryptocurrencies on its platform.

SHIB quoin on Wazir X, according to the report, cannot be directly deposited or withdrawn. Only this cryptocurrency can be bought or sold directly on Uniswap, according to the information published on Shiba Inu’s website. The SHIB coin was listed on Wazir X for 3 rupees, however its price was just 0.0015 rupees at the time, causing its investors to lose money. There has been a great deal of harm done. It is currently unavailable in Indian Rupees. Aside from Wazir X, this cryptocurrency can also be acquired through CoinDCX’s web version. Payment must, however, be done in USDT / BUSD. Aside from that, it can be purchased on DEX, Ethereum’s decentralised trading platform.

Shiba inu was first introduced a year ago. This is referred to as a dossyCoin copy of the Mim money. Despite the fact that it calls itself a “dogecoin killer.” The 50 trillion SHIB tokens were included in Batrique’s donation to India in the fight against Corona. It is estimated to be worth $1 billion. Its price has increased by almost 1000 percent in less than a week. It is the 25th largest cryptocurrency in the world, according to Quoin market cap data, with a market value of $ 7.9 billion. According to a May 10 report in the Wall Street Journal, Shiba Inu quoin supplies are reportedly valued at around $ 1,000 trillion.

When it comes to Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, he owns $ 1.3 billion in Ethereum, $ 18.5 billion in SHIB, $ 920 million in AKITA, and $ 375 million in Doglane. According to information on the Celebrity Net Worth website, he is now ranked 67th among the world’s 100 wealthiest persons.


We, individuals, are in that state where being selfish we have to take care of ourselves. The coronavirus took entry in 2020 and is still ongoing affecting many Individuals. It does weaken the immunity and, in many cases, and can cause death. India’s latest case recorded is:

  • Confirmed- 12686830
  • Recovered- 11730449
  • Deaths- 165585

the present state

All doctors and respected volunteers have taken efforts to cure it. The second wave of coronavirus is said to affect small children. It is very necessary for all to take care of themselves. It is true that people have become bored and want to make a trip. But the smart practical thing which one can do now is to take precautions. The government has provided us with coronavirus vaccination. It is very necessary for all to take and strengthen their immunity. After all instructions, there are many who do not follow it. They just roam around without masks. To this issue, the Government and police have taken strict action of making them pay 200 rupees. It is very high time for all of us to understand that this virus is really very dangerous. Home is the ultimate vaccine. This phrase clearly means that one should stay at home. An individual should make himself strong. This would simultaneously help the less spread of the virus.


But when we see the reality everyone doesn’t follow the rule for which police have taken strict action. It is very necessary to make this virus run away from India. People do think that we do get bored at home but there are positive things that we find. We do get time to spend with the family, play games with friends, and others also learn many things such as cooking, etc. According to my, one should stay at home for they are betterment. there is always a rise after dawn which we would see soon



Patriarchy is a social system in which the father is considered to be the head of the family. He looks after the house and property and governs the family. Patriarchal societies also often give all property rights to the males of a family, meaning, a woman is excluded from all rights regardless of her position in the family, whether wife or daughter.

Patriarchy is associated with a set of ideas, patriarchal thinking that explains and justifies this dominance and believes it to inherent natural differences between men and women. Patriarchy is a system of social organization that recognizes, encourages, and reproduces the natural and necessary domination of men over women.


  1. A patriarchal society believes that it is the only man who can run social, political, and economic life. Women are believed to be weaker, both physically and mentally, and thus are not capable of making important decisions on behalf of others.
  2. Obedience is one of the most essentials in a patriarchal society. Women and children are not expected to go against anything the patriarch says or does.
  3. In such a society, decisions such as the marriages of the children are decided by the man of the family alone. In rare cases, some advice or suggestions by the patriarch’s wife may be permitted. Marriages are fixed based upon the property and economic conditions of both parties.
  4. In this society, legal provisions and laws are mostly in favor of men, which leaves the women with neither rights nor resources if need be. In case of marriage has to end, the custody of the children remains with the father, and the wife gets nothing.
  5. Women are expected to move from their family home to their husband’s home after marriage. It is always the wife who has to adjust and compromise without any objection.

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The exact time of the origin of the concept of patriarchy is still unknown. Some experts suggest that it may have been sometime around 4000 BC when the idea of fatherhood began to take root in society. Records of ancient writers and philosophers talk about the superiority of men over women and how the role of a woman is to nurture children and take care of the household, while the man looks over other important tasks.

Another theory of the origin of patriarchy states that initially, to manage the population because of the high death rates, women tended to give birth to several children. As a result, women’s focus began revolving around taking care of several children as well as the household, while men began to take responsibility for tasks such as hunting, gathering, and providing the family with food. Thus, males began to assume dominance over the women and children, and women were pushed more and more into the background.

Historically, patriarchy has manifested itself in the social, legal, political, religious, and economic organization of a range of different to different cultures. Even if not clearly defined to be by their own constitutions and laws, most contemporary societies are in practice, patriarchal. In North India, Hinduism followed patriarchal control within the family, leading to increased subordination of women. Patriarchy is based on a system of power relations that are hierarchal and unequal where men control women’s production, reproduction, and sexuality. Patriarchal societies spread the ideology of motherhood which restricts women’s mobility and burdens them with the responsibilities nurture and rear children.


The matriarchal family is also known as the mother-dominated family. A matriarchy is a social system organized or based on rules in which mothers, or females, are at the top of the power structure. A mother or woman is the head of the family and she exercises authority. She is the owner of the property and the manager of the household. All the other members are subordinated to her. The descent is traced through the mother. Hence it is matrilineal in descent. Daughters inherit the property of the mother. They succeed their mother and the sons. The status of the children is mostly decided by the status of the mother. Based on some studies now it is known that matriar­chal families are found among the Eskimos, Malay Islanders, Labrador Indians, the American Iroquois, the Khasi tribal of India, and others.

Matriarchy is not a system where women control and lord over men. According to some sayings it is found that:

“The aim is not to have power over others and nature, but to follow maternal values, i.e., to nurture the natural, social and cultural life based on mutual respect.”


  • Fathers are excluded. Matriarchal societies are structured in joint families, without knowing genetic paternity. Children belong to their mother’s family from which the father is excluded. Thus, children are educated by the men of their family or maternal uncles and not by their father.
  • Internal family affairs are handled by women while external affairs are usually handled by men.
  • The woman’s value is deeply respected as a source of life.
  • Family property is inherited from mothers to daughter


While anthropologists question the existence of a true matriarchal society, there is a school of thought that believes the human society was originally matriarchal. Archaeologists and researchers have stumbled across evidence that supports the theory that or matriarchal societies may have once existed.

However, saints point out that just because women were described as goddesses in ancient literature and artwork, does not necessarily mean they were more powerful than men. The thing is with no written historical records, we can never be 100% sure about the rules or laws of a truly matriarchal society.

my opinion

India has patriarchal families and matriarchal in very few parts. My purpose for choosing this topic is to myself gain knowledge about the topic. And also would try to make aware how this system works and what is its importance in society. My eagerness to know about this topic would help me to find more related articles and researches about patriarchy in North India vs matriarchy in Kerala.


China is one of the charter members of the United Nations. It is one of five permanent members of its Security Council. One of the victorious Allies of the Second World War, the Republic of China (ROC) joined the UN upon its founding in 1945. The subsequent resumption of the Chinese Civil war led to the establishment of the Peoples Republic of China (PRC)in 1949. All of the Chinese mainlands were soon under its control and the ROC retreated to the island refuge of Taiwan. The One China policy advocated by both governments did not approve of the solution of dual representation. The ROC used its Security Council veto only once, to stop the admission of the Mongolian People’s Republic to the united nations in 1955 on the grounds it recognized all of Mongolia as part of China.


The republic of china (ROC) was a charter member of the united nations and one of the five permanent members of the security council until 1971. The ROC joined the United Nations as a founding member on 24th October 1945. China, in recognition of its long-standing fight against aggression. It was given the honor of being the first to sign the UN charter.

President Franklin Roosevelt had acknowledged China’s war effort in world war II and wanted to allow China to “play its proper role in maintaining peace and prosperity” in the world. Thus, despite opposition from other leaders, especially Winston Churchill, china became a permanent member of the security council from its creation in 1945. China and its foreign relations with the Peoples Republic of China (PRC), made way for them and China to interact with foreign nations and express its political and economic weaknesses and values. As a great power and emerging superpower, china’s foreign policy and strategic thinking are highly influential and impactful.

China officially claims it “unswervingly pursues an independent foreign policy of peace. The fundamental goals of this policy are to preserve China’s independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity, create a favorable international environment for China. Like most other nations, China’s foreign policy is made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. However, the Foreign Affairs Ministry is subordinate to the Foreign Affairs Leading Group, which decides on policy-making. China has improved ties with Russia. Vladimir Putin and Jiang Zemin signed a Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation in July 2001. The two also joined with the Central Asian countries of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan to found the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in June 2001. The SCO is devised to promote regional stability and cooperate to combat terrorism in the region.


Relations with India have also improved considerably. After years of competition, general distrust between the two states and relations in the 21st century have never been more harmonious. This was because they have started to work together in several economic and strategic areas. Both countries have excelled in their economy.



The consumer right is defined as ‘the right to have information about the quality, power, quantity, purity, price, and standard of goods or services, and the consumer is to be protected against any unfair practices of the trade. A consumer is considered to be an important participant in the market and if there is any consumer exploitation the rights of the consumers are to be protected. Consumers must know these rights.

Some of the consumer rights in India are:

         The right to be protected from all kind of unsafe goods and services,

         The right to make a free choice of goods and services,

         The right to make opinions in all decision-making processes related to consumer interests.

         The right to complete consumer education

The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 promotes and protects the interest of consumers against deficiencies in goods or services. It aims to secure the rights of a consumer against unfair trade practices. Consumer Protection Councils are organizations that help represent consumer interest in the sense they guide how to file complaints when their rights are exploited

Nowadays violation of consumer rights is an extensive problem that is connected with the producers of various goods and services who do not want to give full information about their products to people. Many laws are made to protect consumer rights but often they are violated. When a client pays money for a certain product or service, he has the right to know its condition, whether it has any disorders or no, if it is food, the client has the right to know whether it is eatable or no. One should always demand their rights and the one who wants to protect his rights should demand a receipt buying a certain product which proves that he has really paid for a definite amount of money.

There are also many organizations whose duty is to protect consumer rights and control the behavior of such companies but very often they manage to avoid punishment and continue cheating people. The problem of violation of consumer rights is crucial and many people have become victims making money illegally and cheat people easily.

MELBOURNE protestSome of the violations of human rights are:

  • Deceptive Advertising
  • False Product Information
  • Fake Contests and Sweepstakes
  • Deceptive practices in health care

A person should always know his rights and fight for them. Along with laws, there are Consumer protection fields that are related to a specific area of law that ensures the ethical and fair treatment of consumers of products and services. This is a very common question – what is the need for consumer awareness and the answer to it is that it is important to educate consumers about their rights. It is necessary to remove illiteracy so that consumer can use their rights and protect them from exploitation. It also protects them to be less ignorant of their rights and question if they are exploited by sellers on manufacturers in the market.

Transcendental Meditation

New way of accessMeditation is a technique to calm your mind by focusing on a particular object which would mentally help an individual to release his/her stress and be stable. The meditation practice of any type can have numerous benefits on our mental and physical health.

There are hundreds of meditation forms and one of the most effective is Transcendental Meditation. Transcendental meditation is a very simple, silent, natural, and effective technique to calm and let the mind be in a state of rest. Transcendental has come from the Latin word “transcendere” which means anything non-physical. So, this technique gives you inner peace, strength and ignores worldly issues.

Transcendental Meditation is not a religion, idea, or lifestyle. It is a method of achieving a sense of peace and calmness. It is a technique to avoid distracting thoughts and promoting a relaxed state of mind. It is also called


This meditation technique was developed by MAHARISHI MAHESH YOGI. Some meditating practices encourage the clearance of thought in the mind but Transcendental Meditation helps to encourage the thoughts to come and go like sailing a boat in the river.

The TM technique involves the silent use of sound called a mantra, which is taught by certified teachers through a standard course of instruction. Transcendental meditation has many advantages:

  • Less anxiety
  • Balances blood pressure
  • Increases productivity
  • Decreases cortisol
  • Curbs insomnia

Be yourselfThis practice was used earlier in our schools, corporations, and prison programs. This practice basically involves mantras and is practiced for 15-20 minutes in the morning, twice a day. Mantras play an important role in increasing focus. Steps to perform meditation are:

  • Sit comfortably on the ground.
  • Close your eyes and take a deep breath.
  • Repeat a mantra in your mind.
  • When you feel your thoughts are creeping in try returning to the mantra again.
  • After performing the Transcendental meditation technique, move your fingers and toes slowly.
  • Open your eyes and sit for few minutes till the time you feel that you are ready to continue the day.

The master only recommends 2 main things when we choose mantras – the first thing is that it should have no meaning and the second is that the vibration of the sound is necessary.

Each Transcendental Meditation Mantras has its unique vibrational qualities so specific individuals can select specific Mantras.

Transcendental Meditation Mantra is classified as per age eg:

0-11 ENG
12-13 EM
14-15 ENGA
16-17 EMA
18-19 IENG


reveal insecurity feeling embarrassedThe repetition of mantras helps to regulate the flow of thoughts in one’s mind, one after another. The practice is effectively used to reduce stress, relax the mind, and helps one to be calm.

Transcendental Meditation not only provides a state of relaxed awareness but also helps in avoiding negative thoughts or overthinking. Some organizations carry out awareness related to this transcendental meditation and are called the transcendental meditation movement.

In mid-1950, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi introduced the TM technique and movement in India. Maharishi says that his technique doesn’t require any preparation and can be learned by anyone. This technique is basically effortless and it is said that this technique is used to move the mind towards greater satisfaction.

The Transcendental Meditation technique is said to be religious and non-religious, in the case of a religious movement, it is related to Hinduism, and as a non-religious practice, it is self-development.

Maharishi learned this technique from his master Brahmananda Saraswati and he himself began to publicly teach this form of method in 1955. Many types of research and studies found that it has a positive effect on health and helps in stress reduction. These positive outcomes helped this transcendental meditation to popularize in the 1960s and 1970s which remained relatively unchanged.

The first study on health effects took place in the early 1970s. Though many researchers said this technique was not fully reliable or applicable.

In 2013, a statement from the American Heart Association said that TM could be considered as a treatment for hypertension, although other interventions such as exercise and device-based breathing were more effective and better supported by clinical evidence. The US government had given more than $20 million to Maharishi University of Management to study the effect of meditation on health in 2004.

An advanced meditation practice called the Transcendental Meditation Technique Siddhi program was also held by a health care program called Maharishi Ayurveda. TM’s media faculty includes the publishing company, a television station a radio station, and a satellite television channel.

The goal of the TM-Siddhi program is to upgrade personal growth and improve mind–body coordination by training the mind to think from what Maharishi has described as a fourth major state of consciousness called Transcendental Consciousness. A central aspect of the TM-Siddhi program is YOGIC FLYING, a mental-physical exercise of hopping while cross-legged.

The maharishi began training TM teachers in the early 1960s and it was reported that it had more than 40000 teachers by 2008. In 1967, the first teacher training course was held in India with 30 participants, and in 1970, there were 200 participants. In the United States, a four-month teacher training course was also held.

Maharishi explained his content with great presentations and proper sequence. The teachers at TM were taught to speak on the transcendental meditation program and then teach it to others and conduct lectures related to topics, courses, and programs.

The transcendental technique is taught in a very standardized form with seven step-course over six days by a certified TM teacher. Transcendental Meditation teachers also take precautions that their students not be alarmed by negative or random thoughts and tell them to recall the mantras.

The presentation of the transcendental meditation technique over its 50-year history has been praised in mass media and effective global propagation. It has also been criticized for using celebrity and scientific endorsements as a marketing tool. During this period, its products and services have been offered through a variety of organizations, which are non-profitable and educational.

Transcendental Meditation has been used in corporations- the United States and India. Many Indian companies provide the transcendental meditation technique to their managers.

These companies are Siemens, American Express, SRF Limited, Wipro, Hero Honda, Ranbaxy, Hewlett Packard, Ever-ready, Maruti, Godrej Group, and Marico. The reports of the Sunday Times-Herald stated that there were more than 100 Japanese companies where transcendental meditation was introduced in the orientation.

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi has described the effect which convinced a great number of individuals that practicing the Transcendental Meditation technique can have an effect on the environment and this influence is called the Maharishi effect. They also supported other life-supporting trends thus expanding the maharishi effect.

Transcendental meditation was taught in the military in 1985 with post traumatic stress syndrome as a part of research studies. Jonathan Rowson believes that Transcendental Meditation practice provides an individual a feeling of energy, serenity and balance.disadvantages of live in relationship

There are many types of research and studies conducted and published on transcendental meditation. Transcendental meditation technique research has helped in spreading out the history of mind–body medicine and helped create a new field of neuroscience.

There are controversies that states that organizations are being labelled as cult by several parliamentary inquiries or anti-cult movements in the world are been taken place. Some say that transcendental meditation and its movement are not a cult.

The Maharishi has looked for criticism from yogis and strict Hindus for selling commercials mantras. On the contrary Maharishi also promises of better health and stress relief. The best part about this technique is one can learn it by themselves and also practice it daily to keep their mind fresh and calm.

Nothing is difficult if you want to achieve it, and with this goal set, you can ace anything you like.

One should always have this attitude:

  • I can do anything and achieve everything in my life
  • I am the best
  • I love and respect everyone in my life

We, women, have always fought for our rights and therefore we are standing where we deserve to. Today we are going to speak about a personality that has suffered a lot and then too gained a great amount of respect and achievement.

Muniba Mazari, a 28-year-old girl, who is also known as the Iron lady of Pakistan. She is an anchor artist, model, singer, and motivational speaker and she became the National Ambassador for UN Women Pakistan of 2015.

Muniba is also Pakistan’s first model and anchor who uses a wheelchair because of her injury in a car accident at age of 21. She even worked as a host on the “Hum” news social show “Mein Nahin Hum”.

PERSONAL LIFE of Muniba Mazari

Talking about her personal life Muniba is from a Baloch background which belongs to a tribe of Mazari. She went to army public school and then to college in her native hometown for a BFA degree.

Before did she complete her studies, at the age of 18, she was married, and then in 2008, she got involved in an accident that left her helpless and handicapped in a wheelchair.


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Muniba Mazari’s BELIEF AND SAYING Quotes

During an event in Islamabad in 2015, MS Mazari said that “I am a strong supporter of UN women and the role we have in ending gender-based discrimination and working towards gender equality making it a lived reality.

We need to educate both men and women if we want to remove gender discrimination and for this, we have to work together as one unit”.



Muniba got stuck in a wheelchair due to a spinal cord injury following a car accident when she was 21 years old. When she was in hospital lying on the bed with a broken body and half paralyzed, she began to paint in order to distract herself and this painting kept her alive.

Despite her accident and extreme pain, she considered her pain to be beautiful because it allows her to connect the pain with others who were suffering from it.

Her experience has turned her into an activist, encouraging women and girls that have experienced discrimination or violence not to fear and fight against it.



Some of her achievements in different fields are:

Muniba Mazari has displayed her art in several other exhibitions, as well as for charity, including:

  • USA Art Club, Islamabad
  • Nomad Art Gallery
  • Tribal Heritage Art and Craft Gallery, Islamabad
  • My Art World Gallery, Islamabad
  • Worked on a project for the Embassy of United States of America Overseas Buildings Operations, Islamabad
  • Exhibition at Serena Hotel, Islamabad, collaborated with National University of Modern Languages
  • Collaborated with three artists for an exhibition at Arts Council, Rawalpindi, in 2011


Muniba Mazari participated as a motivational speaker on various fronts, with her first break being TED Talks, Islamabad. Some of her works as a speaker include:

  • Entrepreneurs’ Organization Network, Pakistan
  • Motivational speech at Army Public School, Peshawar and Combined Military Hospital, Peshawar. She also sang Ye Watan Tumhara Hai by Mehdi Hassan
  • Leader’s Summit
  • Motivational speech at Bank Alfalah Training Centre, Lahore
  • Invited as a guest to Women Entrepreneurship Day at the National University of Science and Technology Business School
  • Talked about social entrepreneurship at the Youth Alumni Reunion 2014
  • Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO)
  • VCon Malaysia
  • Vcon Dubai


Muniba Mazari Recieved Awards and honors

  • 100 Inspirational Women of 2015 (BBC)
  • 500 most influential Muslims of the world
  • First Pakistani UN Good Will Ambassador for UN Women
  • Forbes 30 Under 30 – 2016
  • The Karic Brothers Awards 2017 in Serbia by The Karic Foundation


To get what we deserve after making efforts, makes one feel proud, is exactly what has happened with all girls and women in our country.

It is the respect and honor received by a woman for their efforts and achievements. Indian society has always been and is a male dominating society but the woman has turned the table down.

Nowadays Indian women have been given a tough fight and have always walked back-to-back with men and sometimes even leaving them behind with glorious achievements in many fields.

The history of Indian women is full of history makers, who have broken gender barriers and worked hard for their rights, and made progress in the field of politics, arts, science, laws, and many more.

It would be considered appropriate to honor some of the greatest female achievers who have completely changed the general scenario to a considerable extent.

From Jhansi Ki Rani to Irom Sharmila, Indian women have always stood up for their rights and fought their battle despite any restrictions and limitations.

They are the shining spark of hope and have shown extreme dedication in their respective fields. So today we are going to have a look around brave and inspiring women who have made their and others' life successful.


Lata Mangeshkar

In the industry of Bollywood, she is known as the “Nightingale of India” and definitely a playback singer which we have ever found.

She has won millions of hearts and has made her career success and she has also been honored with the highest civilian honor in the country, the Bharat Ratna.


Kalpana Chawla

She was the first Indian woman who went to space and has been praised for her work. She came from the small town of Karnal and this has made an inspiration for many who wants to become like her and fulfill their dreams.


Indira Gandhi

Who was the first woman Prime Minister of India, has been a role model for many political leaders. Her capabilities, her leadership qualities have made her guide India and help her how to properly hold the path of economic and social development.


Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa by her name, we can predict that she has been a mother for all needy people and has helped a lot to make their dreams and life successful.

She was also known as the Angel of Mercy who dedicated her life to serving for homeless people of the country and has helped to open many charitable schools, hospitals, and orphanages in the country.


Rani Lakshmibai

Rani Lakshmibai is popularly known as Jhansi Ki Rani who have fought many struggles for achieving freedom.

She has been seen as a warrior and has sacrificed her life for the country which remains a significant symbol of Bravery and Patriotism in India.


Savitribai Phule

The first female teacher of India to give knowledge was Savitribai Phule. She loved to give knowledge and had a great love for learning.

Her husband Jyoti Rao supported her to read and write. There were many criticisms and challenges they faced relating to the topic of women but they never let that interfere in their path.


Maharani Durgavati

She was one of the famous leaders in history who became an inspiration when she fought against the larger Army of Mughal Emperor Akbar in the 16 century A.D. Her calmness and smartness made her plan and fight against her enemy.


Iron Chanu Sharmila

Iron Chanu Sharmila also known as Iron Lady of Manipur has made a record of the longest hunger strike.

The activist has been sitting on the strike for over a decade to demand the repeal of the Armed Forces Special Power Act. All of 28 years when she decided to fast Sharmila was arrested three days after she began her strike for attempted suicide and again in 2006 for protesting in Delhi.

Even though the condition was version nothing could break that lady.

Talking about all these we all have forgotten one of the important persons in life who always make life magical, sweet, and wonderful and that is our mother. A mother is a second God who directs us on which path to choose and which not to. She is the one who has carried us for 9 months in her womb facing many consequences and mood swings.

The pain that she wears cannot be compared to any other pain in this world. She is the one who has to look after her husband, children, her in-laws, her parents and fulfill their needs.

Though she does this she does not get in return what is to be deserved. It is the mother who sacrifices, who learns to adjust for her family.


These quotes are inspiring and motivational:

“A lot of people are afraid to say what they want. That's why they don't get what they want.”

These quotes directly tell us that as a girl we should not think that we are inferior to anyone. Many people in the world are scared to speak out what they feel but they cannot because of many reasons.

I believe that the more you pile up the problems they would create problems for you and not for others. So, one should be a bit bold and strong enough to say out things.

“Although the world is full of suffering it is also full of the overcoming of it.”

Every problem has a solution. It is said that whenever there is trouble there is always a door open to find a solution to it and thus move ahead with that decision.

An individual should have this kind of attitude where he could fight his own battle and thus overcome it. The world is full of suffering but one should know how to overcome it and be successful in life.

The New Phase of Success – Revealed by Experts – Gain It How (Women)

It was hard to believe for everyone that a woman can do what a man and can. Gradually many women took initiative and performed when to make everyone believe that men and women are equal and there should be no discrimination in rights or job opportunities.

I think you may now have come to know that today we are going to focus on women and their entrepreneurship.

Women entrepreneur are the one who manages, organize their enterprise and other work of business. This system has been first started in the United States during 20th and 21st century where the female-owned a greater respect and amount rate percent.

This increase is seen to be a great rise in an opportunity where self-made females entered into the field of business and successfully made a position as women entrepreneurs.


Career Sucess Path For Womens 

During the 18th century, it became popular for women to own business-like brothels, taverns, and retails shops. This business was this approved by society and considered shameful for women to be in that position but during 18 and 19 centuries, more women came under this operation and emerged into public eyes.

One of the examples is Rebecca Lukens who took over the family business and turned it into a profit-gaining business.

Some of the successful women entrepreneurs in India are Aditi Gupta, Neeru Sharma, Gurleen Kaur, Ashwini Asokan, & Madhumita Singh (Karo Startup) and many others have either seen a downfall in their financial status and promised themselves that they want to make their identity or many of them have become successful to give a fight against discrimination happening with them.

The United States has had the first female entrepreneur in 1739. Eliza Lucas Pinckney is the one who owned a business when she was 16 years old. Some of the common features which are likely to make a woman a successful entrepreneur are:

  • The woman with a small income
  • Women with small facilities
  • Support of their husband after getting married
  • Women hard work and passion for growth and sustainability for their business


Why Women Want to Become an Entrepreneur

There was a question that why women want to become an entrepreneur when there are meant to handle the business. This mentality has made society discriminate and destroy many opportunities for women. The reasons why a woman becomes an entrepreneur is that:

  • they want to become economically independent
  • they want to establish their own brand
  • they want to make an identity in the society
  • they want to build their confidence and they want to fight for they are equal status and freedom in the society

There are some areas where women’s entrepreneurship has been successful and shown a great amount of profit and glow in that field.

The fields are food, fruits, vegetables, handicraft, beauty parlors, papad, pickle, and many more.

To build up the business it is very necessary to have an external factor like- business development organization for the economic market environment but along with this, it is also necessary for a woman to have the motivation, commitment, her abilities and skills, ideas, and other resources well she could express her talent and stand at a place where she feels proud of being self-made.

It is very rightly said by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru that, “When a woman moves forward, the family moves, the village moves, and the nation moves”.

It is seen that due to entrance of women as an entrepreneur she has always come like a lioness and ruled like a leader to make her area and field stay independent self-made corporate and come up with innovative ideas. Also, these women have indeed been a role model and an inspiration for other girls thinking to enter and glow in their particular field.