Born on 2 August, 1886, Mary Poonen Lukose was not just a notable gynecologist and obstetrician, but also the first female surgeon general in India.
Abala Bose deserves a special place in the great history for her pioneering work and life long devotion to the social causes.
Mata Khivi is remembered as the woman who upheld humanity above all other virtues and prejudices. She is the only one of Guru's wives whose name has been mentioned in the Guru Granth Sahib.
It’s impossible to trace Princess Victoria Gowramma's intricate lifetime of tragedy and romance without understanding the people and politics that governed her fate and sense of self.
Despite the design of the national flag being popularly credited to Pingali Venkayyah, Surayya Tyabji was the one who came up the final design.
Kadambari Devi developed a literary sensibility after her marriage and grew up to be Tagore's best friend and harshest critic.
Throughout her long illustrious life, Rukmini Devi Arundale toiled at refurbishing the tarnished façades of classical dances (especially Bharatanatyam), and showcased their renewed splendour before the entire world.
Regarding night shifts and many works considered unfit for women, WRPE strongly suggested that, instead of barring women from such work, the organisations should be altered in a way that they accommodate and prioritise women's safety.
संविधान सभा में हम उन प्रमुख पंद्रह महिला सदस्यों का योगदान आसानी से भुला चुके है या यों कहें कि हमने कभी इसे याद करने या तलाशने की जहमत नहीं की| तो आइये जानते है उन पन्द्रह भारतीय महिलाओं के बारे में जिन्होंने संविधान निर्माण में अपना अमूल्य योगदान दिया है|
Birsa Munda, a champion of the struggles of the Adivasis is highly relevant today as this is the era of displacements in the name of development.