WOMEN- WONDERFUL WARRIORS

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.

Kamya Shah
Author

PURSUING GRADUATION FROM MITHIBAI COLLEGE. HAVE PASSION FOR DANCING

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