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?
Putting someone on a national postal stamp is a matter of great honour, and there are several Indian women on postal stamps, from historical to contemporary women.
Draupadi having 5 husbands seems on the surface to be a case of progressiveness in our mythology. It is not so, though. Let me explain, why.
Take any religion, no matter what the tenets, women have always suffered. If religions are often at loggerheads about so many things, why do they all agree on controlling women?
Saraswathi Rajamani joined Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's Indian National Army at 16, as a spy, and has lived a sensational life that seems like fiction now. She passed away in January this year.
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