Dina Wadia was often humiliated by Indians for being Jinnah’s daughter and considered a traitor by Pakistanis for choosing to stay in India.
Annapurna Devi, who chose anonymity over fame throughout her life, left an indelible impact in the firmament of Indian classical music.
Zaib-un-Nissa was in many ways unique. She was a great patron of the arts, a gifted calligraphist, and an ardent collector of manuscripts.
Justice Anna Chandy's consequential contribution proved to be a stepping stone for the involvement of women in the judiciary.
Velu Nachiyar was the first Indian ruler to fight and triumph against the British in 1780, 77 years before the First War of Independence.
Instead of subsidising her role in shadows of Gandhi, we should remember her by her own strength, achievements and sacrifices
Irawati Karve’s study on the Kinship Organization in India revolutionised and simplified future research on the subject.
Abadi Bano Begum set an exemplary precedent for all women in general and Muslim women in particular as she encourged them to take part in the freedom struggle.
Rabi'a Basri was a strong-willed woman who criticised and helped develop the other Sufi masters of her time.
The role of Mughal women in politics was magnificent which is generally neglected by the mainstream historians.