India's most Inspiring Women

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International Women’s day comes on the 8th of March every year celebrating the success and honor of women.

Women’s day is celebrated in a very unique fashion every year where every women’s day has a unique perspective or objective to be achieved.

International Women's Day History

Women empowerment has been a key issue since the mid20th century as women who lived in and before the 20th century have been subject to irrational oppression, injustice and inequality in a society that was infamously known as a Patriarchal and a Male-Centric Society.

But jump time to today, 2019 women have shown their inexplicable ability to multitask, be multifaceted, fulfill multiple responsibilities perfectly, something men have never been able to. Their dynamism and exceptional will to ensure they end what they begin is the reason their success has never been on the rise like now.

From Home Makers to World Makers, women have taken over the world achieving success and being on the top in all aspects. It is said a woman is a key to success and growth of every family. Well, if the world were a family woman are the unbreakable pillars of this family.

Mother Teressa once said, “Every man needs women when his life is a mess, because just like the game of chess- the queen protects the king.”

Coming from an era which thought of women as domestic beings, Mother Teresa’s exceptional service to mankind, uninhibited valor to achieve her goals and the selflessness of a mother that she exhibited through her various activities have all been very motivating to women all over.

Women who are breaking all barriers, envisioning new horizons and setting new summits every day are looked up to not only by women but men as well. Even though every woman is a winner in her own environment, there have been some exceptional women who have come out as very famous leaders storming the global markets, becoming the epitomes of success stories.

Let’s take a look at some of the greatest female pioneers of India who became an inspiration for everyone. Women who made our country extremely proud of every revolutionary stride they took in multiple avenues and came out victoriously.

  • Indra Nooyi

Currently, on the Board of Directors of Amazon, she is famous for being the former CEO of Pepsico. Proscribed by Forbes in lists of Most Powerful Women, Most Influential Women, TIME Magazine’s Women to watch she has multiple accords to her name becoming an inspiration for women all over the world.

  • Kiran Mazumdar Shaw

A billionaire Indian entrepreneur whose company Biocon is a leading biotech firm in Bengaluru, she is also the chairperson of IIM Bengaluru. Biocon at her helm has reached greater heights every day and she continues to inspire the woman entrepreneurs of today.

  • Kiran Bedi

The first woman to the Indian Police Service she is currently the Governor of Puducherry. She is the highest-ranking woman officer ever in IPS and her dynamic personality reflects her skills. A true gem of a person, she continues to serve the people of India wholeheartedly.

  • Roshni Nadar

This young, smart CEO of HCL is the daughter of the HCL tycoon Shiv Nadar. Her goal is to achieve greater things for HCL than her father and so far, she has succeeded exceptionally in doing so.

  • Shobana Bhartia

Under her leadership, Hindustan Times a premier daily in the country aspires to be on the top. Daughter of KK Birla, she is also the pro-chancellor of BITS Pilani. The Birla family’s contributions to India are well known and she continues to carry her family’s legacy of success and good business.

  • Mary Kom

Mary Kom is the only woman to become World Amateur Boxing champion for a record six times and is the only woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the seven world championships. A leading gold medallist for India she has made us proud with every punch that she landed. Her nickname Magnificent Mary reflects her strength.

  • Saina Nehwal

Trained by the reputed Badminton coach P Gopichand, Saina Nehwal continues to be on top of the Indian badminton players. Her multiple gold medals and victories only inspire other women to pursue their dreams relentlessly.

  • Arunima Sinha

In spite of losing a limb, she went on to climb the Mount Everest successfully being the First Female Amputee to do so. She has summited various mountains over the world and her determination continues to inspire everyone who learns of her. Arunima, we salute you for your bravery and valor.

  • Meira Kumar

Daughter of the revolutionary freedom fighter Jagjivan Ram, Meira was the presidential nominee of India in 2017 but lost to the current president. The First Woman speaker of Lok Sabha she has multiple political achievements to her name as she continues to serve the people of India like her freedom fighter parents.

  • Naina Lal Kidwai

A well-known woman personality in the global circles, Kidwai heads HSBC India which transformed massively under her able leadership. Former president of FICCI India, her business acumen and personality continue to drive women to pursue the impossible.

We at have a workforce comprising of 40% women and our mission had, has and never will be complete without the talented women of the 21st century. Our key administrator is a woman whose exceptional service and efficiency have made her an immovable pillar in the foundation of our organization. Our accounts and management consolidated by a team of talented women as well. We strongly promote equality and empowerment and hope this blog motivates our passionate women. We believe in equality and our women workforce is an impeccable example of the very same. We preach what we practice and we take this opportunity to appreciate Women for their Valour in every aspect.

Here’s Wishing to all the Women Visionaries, A Happy Women’s Day!

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