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Women Creating Their Own Race

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Inspiring Women Achievers,Women,Women in India,The Indianness,Indianness

Women in India are all set to break the old stereotypes and create a new strong women era in the future. Indian women has a new moto of ‘make it till you break it.’ The year 2017-2018, witnessed many women achieving the greater heights and making our country proud world-wide.

Inspiring Women Achievers 2017-2018 :

Flying officer, Avani Chaturvedi became India’s first woman pilot to fly a fighter aircraft at the age of 24.

Anshu Jamsenpa has scripted history by becoming the first woman in the world to ascend the summit of Mt. Everest twice in five days.

The 22-year old Aruna Reddy became India’s first woman to win a bronze medal in the women’s vault event at the Gymnastic World Cup, in Melbourne in Feb 2018.

India got its first sanitary pad bank in 2018, which was introduced by Dr. Bharti Lavekar, an MLA of Mumbai’s Versova constituency.

The Matunga all women suburban station on the Central Railway in Mumbai has recently made its way into the Limca World Record. A total of 41 women together will function this station from security to ticket collection.

The first ever Indian woman who set up an airline of her own is Captain Shoba K Mani.

Manushi Chillar won Miss World 2017.

Inspiring Women Achievers,Women,Women in India,The Indianness,Indianness

                                                                     Inspiring Women Achievers 2017-2018

If you are a women, what else do you want to be ?

Women in India were tormented since ages, but this new generation seems to be braver and stronger. They are not only competing men in different fields but also defeating them. India is very fortunate to have had numerous great women, Mrs, Vijaylaksmit Pandit- the first Indian woman President of UN General Assembly, Sarojini Naidu to Indira Gandhi only the second woman Prime Minister in the world to Kalpana Chawla to Pratibha Patil, first woman President of India and many more whose contribution have proved to be more than a match. Their contribution to society in whole and to Women in particular is invaluable. Women are symbol of love, affection, motherhood and also the epitome of brave, strong and fierce.

It is sad to say that many women still are tortured in India but it is satisfying enough that at least women now, is taking a stand for their own self.

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