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Prachi Sharma is a development practitioner deploying a feminist lens to every sphere of her work and life. With expertise in women’s sexual reproductive health and rights, Prachi has worked in various gender and women’s health projects in India and Africa. For her work with women and young adults, the Swedish Institute recently recognized her among 60 young gender leaders in South Asia and the MENA region. Currently working with the Piramal Foundation, she likes to laze, daydream, and consume all kinds of cinema and music.

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Surayya Tyabji: The Woman Who Designed Our National Flag | #IndianWomenInHistory

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Despite the design of the national flag being popularly credited to Pingali Venkayyah, Surayya Tyabji was the one who came up with the final design.
Velu Nachiyar: The Tamil Queen Who Fought Away the British | #IndianWomenInHistory

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Velu Nachiyar was the first Indian ruler to fight and triumph against the British in 1780, 77 years before the First War of Independence.

Darlings Film Review: A Dark Comedy That Explores Why Women Stay In Abusive Marriages

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Darlings holds a mirror to a huge number of women who are conditioned and gaslighted by the patriarchy into believing that love and abuse can co-exist.

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