wonder women || role of women
wonder women We all know that a woman is the root and foundation in a society for every one. Women are never weak or fragile as the society considers them to be. She is the most strongest personality. She is the role model for today’s society. A woman is the only person who faces difficulties at all the stages of her life. She is the only one who have greater responsibilities. She has to take care of herself in the society,including her family. Yes, all the women are wonder women.
role of women
Today’s woman is independent and capable. They attained success in all the fields like academics, sport, politics, even in army and what not! Society views a woman to be a person who are meant for kitchen and are to be under the shadow of husband.
The below are the women having the biggest impact on world history
Let’s get to know some of wonder women in our society. And, first comes mother in the list always. Coming next,
- Mother Teresa
- Indra Nooyi
- Pratibha Patil
- Kalpana Chawla
- Karnam Malleswari
- Sakshi Malik
- Marie Curie
- Rosa Parks
- Gita Gopinath
- Hima Das
- Mary Kom
- Saina Nehwal
- P.V. Sindhu
and the list continues where there is no end.
Mother Teresa , the founder of the Order of the Missionaries of Charity. It’s a Roman Catholic congregation of women to help the poor. It is one of the 20th Century’s greatest humanitarians. In 1979, she received the Nobel Peace Prize for her humanitarian work.
Gita Gopinath is the first Indian woman, the chief economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF). IMF chief Christine Lagarde describes her as an outstanding economist with great leadership qualities. She is the second Indian after Amartya Sen to get a permanent membership at Harvard’s Economics Department.
Marie Sklodowska Curie changed the world not once but twice. Her theory and practice and her discoveries launched effective cures for cancer.
“She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, first female professor at the University of Paris, and the first person to win a second Nobel Prize.”
She is the 18 year old current national record holder who is also called ‘Dhing Express.’ She was the first Indian Athlete to win gold at IAAF World Under 20 Athletics Championship.
She won gold 6 times in World Boxing Championship. This has put her on the No.1 position in International Boxing Associations (AIBA). She is now, one of the India’s favourite sportsperson.
Everyone, has to keep this in mind that regardless of gender, every person is capable of achieving things. It’s just that most of the women are rendering their services to their families, doesn’t mean that they are incapable of handling other things of society. Know them, motivate them to do what they are capable of. For sure, they are here to keep up your name and nation’s pride at heights.