Today, on World Environment Day, let's learn about Wangari Maathai, the Kenyan woman who made the entire world think about how trees are critical in preserving the health of our planet.
Sita was not the weak, meek woman she is made out to be in most versions of the Ramayana. She was a strong woman who made her own choice at key points in her life.
On 4th April, women across the country marched - against institutionalised patriarchy, against disparity in wages, against casteist culture and against the forces that power these.
If you wonder what you could write to your loved one, here's inspiration from some Valentine's Day quotes from love letters of famous women!
The Constitution of India that we rely on today for our fundamental rights as citizens, is a gift to us from the pioneers of Independent India. Do you know the women who were a part of the Constituent Assembly that adopted it?
While we all know the stories of the Ramayana, can we look at them from a fresh perspective, a feminist one, that does not go by patriarchal stereotypes?
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