shaifalikapoor03Participant@shaifalikapoor03June 19, 2021 at 10:36 pm #32651
There exists a lot of women who’ve been shining high in this country, they’ve been signifying there existence in such a way that the whole country is proud of them. Mother teresa, Indira Gandhi, kalpana chawla and many more of these women have made a difference in the society, but there exists another woman who’s worked hard to grow into something that the whole country is today proud of her. Ms. Ritu Rathee, a pilot, a mother, a wife and an influencer. She’s proved to the world that women are not made for the housework only. She is the one who belonged to a community who didn’t support girls much for their studies and dreams, the society disrespected her family for making their daughter study abroad and to such a high extent, but it was her who conquered her dreams and made her family proud of having her as a child.
“Daring is being yourself in front of everyone” – ritu rathee.VIPASHA .Participant@vipashaJune 19, 2021 at 11:23 pm #32655
A role model is a person whose behaviour, example, or success is or can be emulated by others, especially by younger people. A female role model does not have to be a celebrity. She is ANY woman you look up to. She is a woman who makes a difference, whether it is in the little things she does in her everyday life or the grand gestures made in the public . Female role models are important for ambitious women. If we can’t look up and see women who have been successful, we are less likely to be successful ourselves. The presence of women in leadership positions and the opportunity to network with them is vital to helping motivate women to advance in their careers. Some of them are:-
1-Dhivya Suryadevara:-Paving the way for women to join the automobile industry on esteemed platforms, 39-year-old Dhivya Suryadevara was appointed as the Chief Financial Officer of General Motors .
2- Dipa Karmarkar:- The gymnast has entered the history books and with such grace too! The 24-year-old Olympic medallist who was once fearful of falling, swept the judges away with her amazing Produnova Vault, scoring 15.100 for the same .
3- Gita Gopinath :-Gita Gopinath’s appointment as the Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) makes her the second Indian and the first woman to assume the position. Her excellent skills and vast experience make her an excellent fit for the IMF.
4-Arunima Sinha :- A former national level volleyball player, Arunima was travelling in a train when a gang of goons demanded that she give them her gold chain. She refused, and this changed her life .The thieves pushed her out of the moving train, right when another train was passing. And she lost her legs .Taking inspiration from cricketer Yuvraj Singh, who is a cancer survivor, she decided to climb Mount Everest
5- Anjali Sud :- Anjali was ambitious, spontaneous and determined even as a 14-year-old. She had once applied to a boarding school in Massachusetts on a whim, and only once she started studying there, did she find out how tough the course was. But the lessons of hard work and determination that Anjali learned there would help her start fresh after the rejections from the investment firms.Gayatri SomvanshiParticipant@gayatriJune 19, 2021 at 11:24 pm #32656
Well I solely believe that India has only two things to be proud of :
2) Courageous women
I really believe India is blessed with incredible women and strong women. Of Course I would say that India has failed to recognise both women and nature as different things anyways.
Well of the most inspirational women till now I found is Natasha Noel. She is just so wonderful and hats off to her she suffered so much and today she is healing a lot of people.
Natasha Noel is a fitness influencer and fitness coach. She was only five years old when she witnessed her mother committing suicide by burning herself in front of her. Her father was schizophrenic and couldn’t take care of her. Thus she was taken under the care of her paternal aunt. But life was not simple for her . When she was seven she was raped by her domestic helper’s son. She was playing with him and the next moment she suffered this violence. At that time the domestic helper shamelessly advised her to run off and marry her son if he loves her so much that nobody will want her. Later on she was sexually harassed by her family members and slowly this situation led her towards heavy depression. She smoked and drank like a crazy person and she would cut herself on her body. She blamed herself thinking that whatever happened to her she deserved it and her body was the reason why everything is happening with her. But one day she finally took a step as she had enough and was tired of everything happening to her and now she is one of the biggest digital influencers in India. She writes and talks about what people avoid to hear or turn blind eye to these issues. She is the biggest influencer today who makes girls realise the facts and it’s normal for girls to have sexual desires, pubic hair and stretch marks.anshika agarwalParticipant@anshika-2June 19, 2021 at 11:34 pm #32659
Indian female role models
There are a lot of Indian female role models who are setting examples for many. Womens are now ruling in every sector be it scientific research or sports. Indian women have made a mark around the world in various fields. One of the female role model is Faye D’Souza. She is a famous journalist who is constantly vocalizing about all the things that need to be talked about. In 2018 she was awarded with ‘Journalist of the year’ award. Rana Ayyub is another female in the list. She is also a female journalist who is known for her no-filter critic and her fearless ground reporting. Her voice is so impactable that it is impossible to ignore. Dhivya Suryadevara, women who is setting career goals in automobile industry. She is the Chief Financial Officer of General Motors and a Harvard Graduate and she has risen to the top after gaining years of experience in several key roles throughout her career. She was also named in the Fortune Most Powerful Women as a Leader to Watch. Dipa Karmakar is another such lady. She was the first Indian female gymnast in history to win a bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow when she was just 24-years-old. She had become an inspiration for young women who also aspire to join sports. Another athlete named Hima Das had set an example. She had became the first-ever Indian athlete to win the gold medal at the IAAF World U20 Championships. She also became a role model for many female athletes and an inspiration for millions of Indians. Currently she is DSP of Assam. Mithali Raj’s name is unforgettable in the list. She is the captain of the women’s national cricket team and the highest run-scorer in women’s international cricket and the only female cricketer to surpass the 6,000 run mark in Women’s One Day International matches which makes her the perfect role model for all the youngsters around the world who want to make a mark in the field of sports. Manya Singh is another such name. She was declared the runner-up of Miss India 2020. She is the daughter of an auto-rickshaw driver and her story is an inspiration for anyone who is scared to dream big. She had overcame many obstacles in her life and never lost hope.
There are many Indian women who are role models. These women are not less than Bollywood heroes as they are real life heroes. Many women get inspired by them and had done wonderful in their careers.Semantee ChattopadhyayParticipant@semantee03June 22, 2021 at 12:02 am #32706
A role model means “a person looked to by others as an example to be imitated”. A good role model has high moral values and is confident. Good role models have a healthy appreciation of their accomplishments. A good role model is hard working, respectfull, optimistic and creative. There are numerous women in India who serve role models for the younger generation.
1. Rani Lakshmibai: She was one of the leading warriors in India’s first war of independence. She was a perfect example for bravery and courage. She was good at martial arts, horse riding, target shooting, and sword fighting.
2. Sarojini Naidu: Famously known as the nightingale of India, she was a renowned freedom fighter. She was a noted poet and one of the greatest orators of her time. She was the first woman to become the President of the Indian National Congress and also the governor of a state in India.
3. Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay: She was a social reformer freedom fighter and actor. A pup on she is remembered for her phenomenal role in reviving the traditional handicrafts of India during the post independence era.
4. Fatheema Beevi: The first female judge to be appointed to the Supreme court of India. She also served as a member of the National Human Rights Commission and as governor of tamilnadu upon her retirement.
5. Mother Teresa: She is an inspiration for people all around The World for her selfless work among the poverty-stricken people of Kolkata. She was honoured with Nobel peace prize.
6. Shakuntala Devi: A mathematical Prodigy who was known as a human computer for her complex problem-solving skills without the aid of any mechanical device.
7. Sita Sahu: A teenager who is the double special Olympics medalist for the 200 and 4* 400-meter relay races. She stumbled while walking but sprinted like a colt.
8. Bachendri Pal: The first Indian woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest. After that, she successfully let an all-women team to the summit, a rafting expedition down the Ganges River and 4000 km transit of the Himalayas.Yash TiwariParticipant@yashJune 22, 2021 at 12:15 pm #32713
I believe that role models make a very big difference in our lives. I think of them as examples to be emulated. A girl or a woman who has grown up with the examples set by female role models will know exactly what is expected of her, so she does not have to waste time and energy on wondering whether things are rightful or not. If she has the right role models, she will know that it is perfectly okay and natural for her to go out there and do certain things with her life. Today’s generation is known for bringing in a lot of equality in their views. An ambitious woman is no longer considered to be taboo. Many young girls have now enviable female role models to follow.
With this in mind let’s take a look at one of the biggest female role models of India.
1. Kalpana Chawla: Kalpana was an American astronaut who achieved a great feat by becoming the first Indian-born woman in space. Her achievement places her as one among the famous female avatars of the nation who has made international achievements. She is also popularly known for her heroic role in the ill-fated Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, where she lost her life, saving many other members of the crew.
2. Hima Das: Achievements like Hima Das’ call for introspection and self-analysis. We often believe that it is our circumstances that dictate our outcomes, but it’s just not true. It’s how we view these circumstances and how we apply our circumstances that matters most. There are lots of people who have failed to make a difference in the world because they were trying to be like someone else instead of trying to be themselves. Hima Das is a perfect example of why it is important to avoid imitating others and simply do your best. Hima Das is so talented that she doesn’t have to try especially hard to succeed, which means that her success is no accident.
3. PT Usha: Usha’s story is the story of a remarkable woman and her relentless pursuit of excellence. It is the story of someone who stood up for what she believed in, fought against all odds, and to date goes to show that persistence can go a long way. Usha is a former Indian track and field athlete from Kerala. She is the first Indian to win a medal in an international athletics event, the 1982 Asian Games in New Delhi, where she won the bronze medal in the 400 m hurdles event. In 1983, Usha became the first Indian woman to cross the 38-second barrier in an individual event (400 m hurdles) while setting a new national record of 37.74 seconds at Seoul, South Korea on 10 September.
Everybody has his or her role models. They are people from our past, our community, and the national leaders, cultural icons, public figures, and celebrities who influence us and inspire us to work for a better tomorrow. Role models show you what you could begin to become with just a little help from someone. They’re the ones who took their lives into their own hands and made something of it. Once you find a role model, you’ll start seeing that same potential in yourself.PALAK KASHIVParticipant@palakJune 23, 2021 at 10:12 pm #32774
Role models are the examples to which people look up for their success they inspire other people by watching their struggle and journey to their life success. There are many Indian women who can be look up to as role models. They have proved their worth and made Indians proud by doing something special for the country.
Sudha Murthy: she helps her husband set up India’s number one company INFOSYS she did a computer course. M.TECH in when very few women were allowed to do that much studies at that time. she is also a social worker, through Infosys foundation she provides free books to every government school. also, she is a feature writer in Kannada she has written 13 books.
Fayed D Souza: she is the journalist who provides that matter and needful for the people. She is his own ethics and she does not believe in materialism she has open her own channel for providing the news. she has awarded s Journalists of the year in the year 2018.
Deepa Karmakar: she is the first female gymnast to win a bronze medal in the commonwealth in 2014. And she was also felicitated by the Padam Shree award and khel ratna award, she achieves all the things at every young she is true to all young girls.
Mithali raj: she is the captain of the Indian cricket team, she known for her incredible batting skills, she is one of the reasons people gain interest in watching women’s cricket matches. she breaks many records in women’s cricket nationally and even internationally, she inspires and sets an example that cricket is not only for Indian men and women can also play equally better.
Priyanka Chopra: she is a miss world, actress, and entrepreneur she tried to break each stereotype by changing the mindset and empowering all women out there she is creating a legacy, she never fails to surprise the world. These are some of my personal favorite role models.DISHA SAPKALEParticipant@42dishaJune 24, 2021 at 8:55 pm #32797
Role models are one who gives inspiration to lots of people to achieve their career goals. And it is necessary to have role models because it makes us to do hardwork by knowing their hardwork behind their success towards career.
Their are many Indian Female Role Models as following:
1.Manya Singh: She is an Femina miss India 2020 runner-up. She is an inspiration to lots of people to dream big and hardwork to achieve their success. If the daughter of auto-rickshaw driver and who work as dishwasher because of financial problems and hardwork just to achieve her dreams. Than it is a great example of role model.
2.Hima Das: She is an first indian athlete to win Gold medal at IAAF world U20 Championship and she has national record in 400 meters with timing of 50.79 sec. She is such a great inspiration for female sportspersons and many women to be confident and hardwork towards their sports career. And it is answer to people who think women are weak than men to make career in sports, that is absolutely wrong because we have great example of female sports role model.
3.Prajakta koli: She is an youtuber who makes her career as influencer at social media named as mostly sane. She was belongs to normal middle class family and she starting making funny videos on social media by doing hardwork for 5 years and now she is an top influencer and working with many actors. She an inspiration for people to believe in their dreams and do hardwork towards their success.
4.Sushmita sen: She is one of the best role model for many women to be strong and independent person. She is miss universe 1994 at the age of 18 because she believe in herself and worked hard to win miss universe.
These were the great example of indian female role models that will inspire women to hardwork and have believe in herself to achieve success in her life.Shubhangini ShaktawatParticipant@shaktawat9June 25, 2021 at 2:39 pm #32815
Indian female role models
India is suffering from many viruses other than Covid-19, one of them being gender discrimination. Living in the 21st century has made no difference to one’s society and this is what is affecting our women negatively as it always has. Despite the limitations that the society imposes on women, the hardships they have to face in their daily life, the discrimination that pulls them down at every step of life, women never give up. They are strong individuals, bold enough to become what they have dreamed of. Women in India have some kind of a spark in them and they make great role models. From the ancient historic period till date, we have a history of strong, bold and highly influential women in each and every field. Talking about history, Rani Laxmi Bai, also known as Manikarnika Tambe or Jhansi ki Rani is one of the most talked about Indian freedom fighters. She broke barriers back then in the 19th century and became a leading figure in the freedom struggle, the revolt of 1857 was led by her and she terrified the British. Another mother, Mary Kom is the only female boxer to have won the World Boxing Championship title six times. She has a record of winning eight medals in World Championships and has also been awarded the Padma Vibhushan. From the services, we have Kiran Bedi, who is not only a mother, but also a politician, a social activist, a tennis player, former Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry and the first woman to become an officer in the Indian Police Service. She has not only rendered justice to many, but also been a great human. Another such female role model is Lakshmi Agarwal. She is an acid attack survivor but she does not reflect that in her aura at all. She encourages women and says that more than the face, one’s dreams and desires will take one ahead in life. She is also the founder of the NGO, Chhanv Foundation which helps and empowers acid attack survivors. Another woman who is a role model for me, is my mother, in fact every mother out there, who works, handles the household, takes responsibility of each and every person in a family and carries that out like a pro. Each and every woman out there is not only a source of inspiration for a number of people, but also positivity. Let us thank all these women by respecting them and accepting them the way they are in the society, for lighting up India and making it how much ever great and marvelous it is today.
A woman myself,
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