Women Empowerment: Significance And Famous Prominent Women In India
Women empowerment is the recreating the environment which has been denied to them and allows them to take own decisions in their personal life as well as for society. In other words, women can increase and improve the economic, social, political, legal strength, equality as like as men have in the society.
“Empowered women empower women”
Women are started to participate in the national development process and they are making the nation proud by their outstanding performances across the world including the medical field, social service, engineering, etc.
Women should be treated equally to men this would help her to develop a good emotional health.
“Feminism is not about making woman stronger. Women are already strong. It’s all about the way of the world perceives that strength”. #mygirl #mygod.
Every Woman deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. Not allowing them to get educated or not providing them with a safe working environment is against basic human rights. The role of women in the society should be increased to develop the world in all aspects.
Why is Women Empowerment Important?
Unemployed women: Women population constitutes half of the world population count as around 50%. A large number of women around the world are unemployed due to restrictions, disallowing for higher studies and jobs. Our world economy suffers a lot because of these reasons.
Missing intelligence: Actually, we are missing the knowledge and intelligence of working women because they are equally competent. Even we can say, women are even ahead of men in many socio-economic activities.
Restricted talent: Women’s talent has been wasted in the home by the prohibition of the people’s thoughts. But now they are allowing for higher education like men and hence their talents not wasted. Women are going to higher studies and it encourages women to show their talents which will not only benefit her individually also to the whole world. Today, many women are occupying the top position of multinational companies, politics, being as entrepreneurs and well-reputed positions in the society.
Economical Benefits: Women Empowerment helps to improve economic benefits in the society as well as individual needs for their family. Unlike earlier days when they stayed at home only nowadays, they came outside standing in own leg and also earns money like the male in the society. It helps to meet the essential needs of the family and grows the country’s economy.
“Educate a girl she can change the world”#mygirl #mygod
Domestic violence reduce: Women Empowerment which means women education, self-improvement in women leads to a decrease in domestic violence happening against women. Uneducated women are getting affected more than educated women due to the lack of self-protecting awareness.
Top women legends in India:
Mother Teresa lived legends and Catholic Church saint of Calcutta. She spent her life for serving poor people. Native: Macedonia
PT Usha is an Indian track and field athlete since 1979. Being as greatest women athlete won Arjuna, Padma Shri awards. Native: Kozhikode district, Kerala
Indian Olympic boxer who is the only woman boxer won a medal in each one of the six world championships. Native: Manipur
Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi was the first, the only female Prime Minister of India. Native: Allahabad
Kalpana Chawla was an American astronaut and the first woman of Indian origin in space. Native: Karnal,Haryana.
Pulapaka Susheela also known as P. Susheela, is an Indian playback singer in Indian cinema for over six decades. Native: Andhra Pradesh
Krishnan Nair Shantakumari Chithra, commonly called as K. S. Chithra or Chithra, is an Indian playback singer from Kerala. Native:thiruvanathapuram,kerala.
Asha Gupta,a successful women entrepreneur in Asia pacific.
V. Shanta is a prominent Cancer specialist and the chairperson of Adyar Cancer Institute, Chennai.native: Mylapore,Chennai.
Rani Lakshmi Bai,queen of Jhansi in north India – freedom fighter for Indian independence. Native: Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
Savithri was an excellent Indian film actress, playback singer, dancer, director and producer. Native: Guntur, Andhra Pradesh.
Chanda Kochhar is the managing director and chief executive officer of ICICI Bank. Native: Jodhpur
Sarojini Naidu was an Indian independence activist and poet. She became the President of Indian National Congress. Native: Hyderabad
Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy was an eminent medical practitioner, social reformer. Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy fought for women against many wrong things, including the devadasi system. Native: pudukottai, Chennai.
**This article taken from own knowledge and variant sources