Women’s day special | Women who changed and inspired the world.


Happy women’s day

How much prejudice towards the very womb that bears us. though claims men are being born without a father, there is no instance of a birth without a mother. No society can exist or flourish without empowering the feminine. women’s day.


Why women’s day is celebrated?

International Women’s Day (IWD) is dedicated to celebrating women’s achievements in the social, economic, cultural, and political spheres. The day, collectively founded by women, also brings attention to gender parity and women’s rights.

Gender parity is a statistical measure that compares women and men through their income, education, and work hours, among other points. This sociological metric helps researchers understand how society is progressing or regressing in specific areas. It’s also an important tool for policymakers striving towards gender equality.

Of course, the global celebration of International Women’s Day is a time for reflection of how far women have come, advocacy for what is still needed, and action to continue breaking down barriers. With over a century of history, IWD is a growing movement centered around unity and strength.

Women have played an equally important role in human history. Many times women have achieved things which men can’t even imagine.on the special day of international women’s day.

here is a little tribute from us to the great women who inspired and changed the world.

10. Mother Teresa(1910-1997)-

In 1979, mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel peace prize and became a symbol of charitable, selfless work.
In 2016, Mother Teresa was canonized by the roman catholic church as Saint Teresa.






9. Anne Frank(1929-1945)-

Anne Frank was a young Jewish girl who perished in the holocaust.
During the second world war, her family was forced to hide from the Gestapo. And in the cramped condition, she kept a diary of her experiences and thoughts.
After the war, her father Otto Frank discovered her diary and struck by her maturity and depth of feeling, published it- originally under the title diary of a young girl-later as DIARY OF ANNE FRANK.

Anne franks diary has become one of the most famous records of the holocaust and has helped to give a human story behind the dreadful holocaust statistics.


8. Aung Sang Suu Kyi(1945-)-


Aung San Suu Kyi is a Burmese politician, diplomat, and author, and winner of Nobel peace prize.
She is the leader of the national league for democracy and the first and incumbent state counselor. A position was akin to the prime minister.
First women to serve as a minister for foreign affairs, for the president’s office, for electric power and energy and for education.



7. Billie jean king-

Born on November 22, 1943, is an American former world no.1 professional tennis player.
King won 39 grand slam titles:12 in singles,16 in women’s doubles and 11 in mixed doubles.
King often represented the united states In the federation cup and the Wightman Cup.
She was a member of the victorious united states in 7 federation cups and 9 Wightman cups.


6. Diana(1961-1997)-

Princess Diana was a well-loved “people princess”.
She devoted her life to charity work; she led a Nobel peace prize-winning campaign to ban landmines.


5. Benazir Bhutto(1953-2007)-

She was the 11th prime minister of Pakistan (1993-1996) and the first woman to head a Muslim state. During her leadership, she ended military dictatorship in her country and fought for women’s rights.


4. Michelle Obama-

Michelle Obama, the first lady of the united states, was raised in a one-bedroom apartment in Chicago before she went on to excel in academics and study at Princeton and Harvard.
She is considered the most stylish leading lady after Jackie Kennedy.currently she is working on a campaign to fight childhood obesity.

3. Oprah Winfrey-

An influential talk show host, author, philanthropist, actress and media personality.

She has played a key role in modern American life, shaping cultural trends and promoting various liberal causes.

Through her talk shows and books, she has focused on many issues facing American women.

She has been a great role model for black American women breaking down many invisible barriers.



2.Florence Nightingale-

Almost every one of us has read about her in our primary literature subjects. She was known as “the lady with the lamp”
She nursed wounded soldiers during the Crimean war.
Her passion and dedication to the profession changed the public’s perception of this profession.


1.Marie curie-

The famously known madame curie, a polish-french physicist and chemist, was the first person to have received two Nobel prizes. She was the first female professor at the University of Paris . and the first lady to be enshrined in France’s national mausoleum, the Paris pantheon. All based on her own merits.




translated as the queen of Jhansi. She was a fierce warrior who fought for the freedom of the country. Her real name was Manikarnika. but later was changed after marriage to rani Laxmi bai. She died at the young age of 22 while fighting an army with her infant tied to her back.


Savitribai Phule-

she was the first lady in India to start a school for only girls. Savitribai was humiliated by society now and then but she never gave up on her dream to educate the girls of her nation. She got huge support from her husband Jyotiba Phule who taught her how to read and write.

Every woman is a warrior in herself. They have to the ill mentality of society though they stand strong and achieves the impossibles. The achievements of women over the history can never be fitted in a small article or blog alone. There many more examples like Valentina Tereshkova, Kalpana Chawla, Indira Gandhi.

And yes your mother the best women you will get in all your life. Respect them all.

Peace out.


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