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Aruna Asaf Ali
Aruna Asaf Ali: Remembering The Legacy Of A Political Activist Who Fought Against All Odds

Way ahead of her time, educator & political activist Aruna Asaf Ali remains an inspiration to all Indian women who dream of great heights.

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Why We Need More Stories Like That Of Rani Jindan, Punjab’s Last Queen
Rani Jindan

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's Rani Jindan, the Last Queen of Punjab, is a flawed, real woman, who does not hesitate to do what she must.

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Who Was Sunayani Devi, A Self Taught Artist & The Forgotten Daughter Of The Tagore Household?
Sunayani Devi

Who was Sunayani Devi? Rabindranath's niece, sister of artists Gaganendranath and Abanindranath Tagore - a forgotten artist, yet another 'Shakespeare’s Sister'!

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Presenting 30 Women Leaders Of India, For Those Who Feel ‘Women Have No Place In Protests’
women leaders of India in protests

Throughout history, various brave and selfless women leaders of India have led social and political movements, leaving a monumental impact.

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Meet The Last Queen Jindan… Commoner, Queen, Mother, Regent, & A Woman With Love For Her Mitti!
The Last Queen

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's new book The Last Queen is an emotional narrative of Punjab's Rani Jindan, who put up a brave fight against British takeover of her kingdom.

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Have We Forgotten Savitribai Khanolkar, Who Designed The Param Veer Chakra?
Savitribai Khanolkar

Do you know who designed the Param Veer Chakra, the highest military honour? It was a woman, Savitribai Khanolkar, who is not even of Indian origin by birth.

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