The girl child was once under so many restrictions and was kept aside from the light of education. Apart from the educational field, they were kept behind the walls and curtains to dominate all their willpower. But the talents cannot be kept hidden any longer. It will come out by any means and will prove the system’s bare face.
Nothing to be amazed at the news when you see “7 Indians Feature in BBC 100 Women 2015 List” the Indian legends have kept their scholarly footmarks.
The women having extraordinary skills and talents along with inspirational in any field have been selected by BBC. They disclose the names of 100 women each year and in 2015, 7 legends of India have been chosen for their dedicated and inspirational performance in their specific field.
It’s all about Indian girl-power all the way. The names of 7 Indian women have been mentioned in the list of BBC top 100 women in the world. Among them there are some renowned personalities like tennis star Sania Mirza, singer Asha Bhosle, veteran actress Kamini Kaushal are enlisted in the most aspirational list of women.
Other names that the authority disclosed were not celebrities but they are highly inspirational. They are Rimppi Kumari (farmer), Kanika Tekriwal (entrepreneur), Smriti Nagpal (entrepreneur), and Mumtaz Shaikh (campaigner). Here, they are renowned for their outstanding skills and stamina.
Probably, people of the world know the names of Asha Bhosle for her qualitative thrilling vocal magic that charms the world. She started working in Bollywood in 1943 and she has recorded songs for more than a thousand films.
She is known as Vivienne Leigh in her age in Bollywood and acted more than a hundred films. She was one of the leading actresses in “Neecha Nagar” that won the film in Cannes in 1946.
After her father’s death, she took the yoke of farming a 32-acre farm in Rajasthan. This is the great challenge being a woman.
Probably, not a single person in the world is unknown to the name of Sania Mirza, especially the tennis lovers. She is one of the most successful tennis beauties. She won US Open women’s doubles and Wimbledon championship in 2015.
She is one of the best sign language interpreters in India and worked on the largest deaf population in the world. Later, she set up Atulyakala.
The renowned fight of Mumtaz is well-known for setting up the free facilities of women toilets earned her honour. She ensured 96 free toilets for women in Mumbai and made the government put aside about 50 million rupees to build free urinals for women across the city.
Without being dominated by cancer at her age of 20, Kanika determined to make her life ever remembered. She set up the first and only marketplace for private helicopter and jet charters.
The fame of women of India is not closed here. In April 2015, the Malik twins – 23-year-olds, Nungshi and Tashi Malik – completed the Explorers’ Grand Slam by skiing to the North Pole. The sisters join the rare club of 44 achievers to have completed the Explorers’ Grand Slam, which is a challenge to reach the North Pole, the South Pole, and to climb the highest peak of each continent – the Seven Summits. In 2014, they had already achieved the distinction of being the first ever siblings to scale the seven tallest peaks in seven continents, which they had dedicated to the cause of Indian Girl Child.
Therefore, women of India have put special footmarks everywhere in the world. They are not captive in four-walls of a house. We all take pride in the achievements of Indian women!