Being a Woman in Today World

The status of woman in India has been liable to numerous great changes in the last couple of centuries

It gives me immense pleasure to share that I, along with 24 other bloggers are celebrating #9daysofwomanhood throughout Navratri. I thank Surbhi Mahobia for introducing me. The promt for today is “Being a Woman in India, 2017”. Hop on to her blog to read her take on the Indian Woman.

The nation, where the substance of being a woman implied living in the shadows of men. However now, the situation is unique and better; ways have been cleared for ladies in the field of science, innovation and business, by woman themselves.

We read or heard a lot about the progressions of Indian woman part in past.

  •           During the yuga, both man and woman had the energetic term of their lives exceptionally satisfying, and the two men and woman were appreciated similarly.
  •           In around 500 BCE, the status of woman started to decay. Woman confronted control and restrictions.  Child marriages accepted to have begun around.
  •           Women in early piece of 19 century were regularly implanted with sati, widowhood, polygyny and prohibitation of education.

These were few of the primary issues which command nature and abandoning us clueless about woman work and occupation, values, enthusiastic lives, wellbeing and physical prosperity.

Woman? W-ordered? Weak? Well no more!

New stories are being composed by Woman themselves; each one is superior to the last. We’re never the compliant women, in man centric traditions; we’re caught up with creating ourselves, getting to be masters in whatever we do.

So the Change in Womanhood has begun.

  •           Many reformers battled for the advancement of woman.
  •           Some more endeavors prompted the cancelation of Sati in 1829.
  •           Improvement in the circumstance of Widow Remarriage Act of 1856.
  •           Many woman rulers who alone battled for their realm, Country and for their self.
  •           In 1917, the first woman’ designation met the Secretary of State to request ladies’ political rights.
  •           In 1929, the Child Marriage Restraint Act was passed.
  •           The Government of India pronounced 2001 as the Year of Women’s Empowerment
  •           The National Policy for the Empowerment of Women was passed in 2001.
  •           Many woman groups propelled hostile to alcohol crusades in entire nation.
  •           Many Indian Muslim ladies have scrutinized the principal pioneers’ understanding of ladies’ rights under the Shariat law and have criticised the triple talaq framework.

Woman in India now take an interest in education, sports, legislative issues, media, workmanship and culture, benefit areas, science and innovation, Also the Constitution of India certifications to every single Indian lady correspondence, uniformity of chance, and equivalent pay for break even with work. These ladies are recently a portion of the various ladies who can be a propelling element to the normal Indian lady of today.

We have frequently heard the colloquialism that “Behind each successful man there is a Woman” But today the perspectives are changing and in 2017, woman too are successful with or without man.

Does this imply the woman of today have quit working in their family and just ventured out?

Well no, today woman has climbed the achievement all around. They work in office, they work in Kitchen, They check on family, they handle their children, they shop for Grocery and list goes so on…

OMG am I speaking here about a woman or a Super Hero?

“Woman today is no less than a Super Hero”

There are an enormous number of woman who are proficient bloggers, who are mompreneurs, who have full-time or part–time job and additionally the greatest activity of every one of them, watching out for kids and keeping in mind that they might not have their names put in the news, they are similarly as successful and similarly as motivating.

Also, here I am participating in #womanhood Blogathon 2017.

  •           I am GIRL
  •           We are just two sisters. No Brother.
  •           I am an Engineer by Qualification.
  •           I Played in my School and College.
  •           I got a Job on my own.
  •           I lived alone in a city, Away from my home.
  •           I had a Love marriage.
  •           I Worked in office after marriage.
  •           I turned into a mother on My Choice.
  •           My spouse and In-laws Support me.
  •           I am raising an infant Alone.
  •           I handle my family, Works in Kitchen.
  •           I work from home and Earn.
  •           I Travel a lot.
  •           I am Independent.
  •           I am a Woman.

This is all I am. Let me also take the opportunity to introduce Uttara Singh from I lo’>ve how she writes about Indian Woman. Do check her blog post on the promt for today.

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