Inspirational Women – Chavvi Rajawat

The 19th Inspirational Woman that we have today is Chavvi Rajawat, who was known to be the youngest Sarpanch from Village Soda in Rajasthan. She is the First Woman Sarpanch with an MBA Degree. Chhavi Rajawat was the Sarpanch of her village Soda, 60 kilometres from Jaipur. Though holding an elected post, Chhavi is not affiliated to any political party.... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Woman – Annie Mascarene

The 18th Inspirational Woman that we have today is Annie Mascarene. Annie was an India Freedom Fighter, a Member for Parliament and a member of the Constitutent Committee of the Constitution of India. She attended the Maharaja's College Travancore earning double MA in history and economics in 1925. She went on to earn a degree... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Women – Vijayalakshmi Pandit

The 17th Inspirational Woman that we have today is Vijayalakshmi Pandit. She was an Indian Diplomat and Politician. Vijayalakshmi was also elected as the First Female President of United Nations Assemble. She hails from a prominent Political Familyin India. Pandit was sent to London as India's most important diplomat after serving as Nehru's envoy to... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Woman – Sucheta Kriplani

The sixteen Inspirational Woman that we have tomorrow is Sucheta Kriplani. She was an Indian Politician and Freedom Fighter. She was also the First Woman Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. She was not born with a steely will and exemplary leadership qualities. Rather, she was a shy child, self-conscious about her appearance and intellect, as... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Woman – Renuka Ray

The Fourteenth Inspirational Woman that we have today is Renuka Ray, She joined All India Women’s Conference and worked hard to champion women's rights and inheritance rights in parental property. In 1932 she became President of All India Women’s Conference. She was also its President for the years 1953-54. In 1943 she was nominated to Central Legislative Assembly as... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Women – Rajkumari Amrit Kaur

The Thirteenth Inspirational Woman that we have today is Rajkumari Amrit Kaur. She was a freedom fighter and a member of the Constituent Assembly that drafted the Constitution of India. Rajkumari Bibiji Amrit Kaur Ahluwalia, was an Indian activist and politician. Following her long-lasting association with the Indian independence movement, she was appointed the first Health Minister of India in... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Women – Purnima Banerjee

The Twelveth Inspirational Woman that we have today is Purnima Banerjee, she was one of the members of the Constituent Assembly, which drafted the Constitution Of India. Purnima Banerjee (née Ganguly, 1911-1951[1]) was an Indianfreedom fighter and a part of the constituent assembly from 1946–1950. Secretary of the Indian National Congress committee in Allahabad,[citation needed] she took part in the Salt March and the Quit India... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Women – Malati Choudhary

The eleventh Inspirational Woman that we have today with us is Malati Choudhary. Malati Devi Choudhury  was an Indian civil rights and freedom fighter. Malati’s family originally belonged to Kamarakhanda in Bikrampur, Dhaka, (now in Bangladesh), but her family members had settled in Simultala, Bihar. Her maternal grandfather was Behari Lal Gupta, ICS, who became the Dewan of Baroda. Her... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Women – Leela Roy

Leela Roy , was a feminist Indian politician and reformer, and a close associate of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. She fought with university authorities and became the first woman to be admitted to the University of Dhaka and earned her M.A. degree. Co-education was not permitted in Dhaka University. The then Vice Chancellor Philip Hartog gave a special permission for her admission. he... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Women – Hansa Jivraj Mehta

The Eight Inspirational Woman that we have today is Hansa Jivraj Mehta was a reformist, social activist, educator, independence activist, feminist and writer from India. She graduated with Philosophy in 1918. She studied journalism and sociology in England. In 1918, she met Sarojini Naidu and later Mahatma Gandhi in 1922. She was married to Jivraj Narayan Mehta, an eminent physician and administrator. Hansa Mehta... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Woman – Durgabai Deshmukh

The Seventh Inspirational Woman, that we have is Durgabai Deshmukh, who was also a member of the Constitution Committee, that drafted the Constitution of India and of Planning Commission of India. Durgabai Deshmukh, Lady Deshmukh  was an Indian freedom fighter, lawyer, social worker and politician. She was an activist for women's emancipation and was the founder of... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Women – Begum Aizaz Rasul

The sixth Inspirational Woman that we have today is Begum Aizaz Rasul, who was the only Muslim woman to be a part of the Constitution Assembly of India, which drafted the Constitution of India. She is also the author of the Book From Purdah to Parliament - A Muslim Woman in Indian Politics. Begum Rasool... Continue Reading →

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