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Women Empowerment

Women Empowerment

Our glorious ancient history has been a witness to women's empowerment. We have considered Radhaji to be the eternal power of Lord Krishna and Sitaji to be the eternal power of Ram. At that time, women were full of inner energy, which is why Anasuyaji brought all three gods under her control, while Savitri freed her husband from Yampash. Not only this, women used to select men in Swayamvar after testing their bravery and valour, such a system did not exist anywhere in the world except India. Although today we travel in the sky with the use of instruments, in ancient times, there were such personalities who could travel in the sky with the power of their penance and without the help of instruments, through the power of yoga.

The example of Chitralekha in Shrimad Bhagwatji is well known. Earlier, women also had the ability to change their appearance through the power of yoga. In the educational field, scholars like Gargi and Maitryi are mentioned. Today, awards are given in his name to female students in schools. Many women like Kaikai, Draupadi and Shubhadra were also proficient in warfare skills. In the country where Naryastu is worshipped, women are considered to be the embodiment of power. That is why all three important departments, MBDA, PPCC, PPCC and CMDBM are under the control of women. The eight arms of Maa Durga indicate the multitasking work of a woman. Riding a lion is also a symbol of women's power.

Indian women have power even in their name pronunciation. Even though ages have passed, in our culture the names of some women are remembered in the morning, such as –

Ahilya, Mandodari, Tara, Kunti, Dropada,
Panchakanya remembers the destruction of great sins daily.
Uma, Usha and Vaidehi, Rama, Gangeti Panchakam,
One who recites this in the morning daily will always increase his fortune.


But during the Mughal period, due to Mughal atrocities, women were confined within the four walls of the house in order to keep them safe and protected. During this period, many evils like child marriage, the purdah system, satti system started developing. This created obstacles in the development of women in general. Gradually, due to secularism mentality, many deformities like dowry harassment and female foeticide started to arise. In the present time, family, government system, education, society and surrounding environment are definitely helpful in empowering women.

Family contribution

Family plays a most important role in women's empowerment. With family ties and encouragement, even the most difficult path becomes easy and accessible. For example, when we sow a seed, we have to take care of it from the beginning, only then it can become a tree. In the same way, the family also nurtures the roots of a woman to empower her, rather than just spray water on the leaves of the tree!

Life passes through many stages – childhood, youth and old age. A special family support joins us at every stage. For example, pillars are necessary to erect a building. Similarly, there are seven family pillars in Indian society in form of grandparents, parents, husband, son, brother, friend and teacher, who have an important contribution in the overall personality development of a woman.

Through these seven steps, it becomes easy and simple for her to reach the destination. From all these, women continue to get strength, solutions, messages, suggestions and consolations. This energy makes her strong and powerful. These relationships keep strengthening her like a lifesaver. These seven relationships act as a protective shield and do not let her self-confidence and morale waver.

  • Grandparents:- Children who grow up under the protection of grandparents in their limitless love and fear-free peaceful environment, their self-confidence becomes stronger and many new positive abilities are easily created in them without any effort. They feel fearless and safe. In a dignified environment filled with cooperation, goodwill and abundant love, children remain happy and cheerful and become cultured and strong.

  • Parents:- Mother cautions her daughter at every step by teaching good values and from time to time she introduces her to customs and traditions. By giving information about appropriate and inappropriate matters, parents help their daughter strengthen her decision-making power. Similarly, her mother-in-law also ushers her into the house in the form of Grihalakshmi. She takes charge of her entire household and contributes fully to making it strong. While giving her rights, her father-in-law also makes her aware of the duties such as, this house is yours and it is your responsibility to maintain it. Father is the foundation stone in the life of the child. Father plays an important role in life development. He is the nurturer, nourisher and guide. Father is the music of strength, power, protection and compassion. He is the hope, faith and solution to the children's problems. The father reflects his image on the children like a mirror. He tries his best to imbibe that image in his children and pave the way for their progress. That is why the qualities of the ancestral profession are passed on to the children spontaneously. It is only with the blessings of the Father that the complete blueprint of a mature personality is prepared. Father is not only a teacher but also an administrator and beam of light of love. Childhood blossoms only after receiving their love. Self. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi received political training by living under the shadow of her father and Jagjivan Ram's daughter Mira Kumar also learned political skills from her father, there are many such examples.

  • Husband:- Husband is the dream of love in a woman's life, the freshness of festivals, the joy of festivals the excitement of life and the feeling of rainbow colours. The support of the husband as a companion strengthens the wife's self-confidence and morale and also makes her dreams come true. He is the companion of every moment of happiness and sorrow. In the medieval era, the entire financial burden was handled by the husband. But nowadays financial management is being done by both husband and wife together, so in this situation, the husband is contributing to the household arrangements. With a husband, challenges become easier and every problem gets solved in a jiffy. Husband is the ATM of happiness. She also gets respect from her husband and he provides strength to her wings, due to which she is able to fulfil her dream of touching the sky.

  • Son:- If a mother is prayer, then her son is faith. In old age, when our physical strength weakens, our sons and grandsons help us in the form of protectors by fulfilling our hopes, expectations and dreams. They make us feel happy by stimulating our morale and make us feel strong by strengthening our spirit of service.

  • Brother:- Without a brother, the festivals of Raksha Bandhan and Bhai Dooj are incomplete and lifeless. We celebrate Raksha Bandhan as the festival of resolutions. Through Raksha Sutras we pray for our brother's protection. There are many examples in history that despite not being real brothers, those brothers to whom Raksha Sutra was sent considering them as brothers, have respected the sutra. For example: Queen Karnavati of Chittor had sent Rakhi to Humayun; then Panna, the daughter of King Dilip Singh of Nagaur, had sent Rakhi to King Rudra and Alexander's wife had sent Rakhi to King Porus. Such incidents in history highlight the importance of a brother in a woman's life. He is the companion of sister in every happiness and sorrow. There is pomp and grandeur in all festivals. Be it a Teej or festival at home or any auspicious occasion, the presence of a brother increases happiness. Even when there is a sad occasion, it becomes a protective shield to make her strong. In this way, like an angel, the brother is with us at every stage of life.

  • Friendship:- Our mythological history is the biggest witness of this relationship. Everyone is familiar with the friendship of Lord Krishna and Draupadi, He supported Draupadi in every difficulty. Firoz Gandhi also provided great support to Indira Gandhi in her life when her mother Kamlaji Nehru was ill. Even though this friendship later resulted in marriage, today's girls get a lot of support from their classmates and friends. The bond of friendship is very strong. A friend helps us out of even the biggest problems. There are some things in life that can only be shared with a friend. Be it a man or a woman, life seems stagnant without a friend.

  • Guru:- The Guru plays an important role in the entire education from the beginning till the end. But from the pillar point of view, there has been a tradition of vice-chancellors in our culture. Our history is witness to this. In the Mahabharata war, the teachings of Gita given by Shri Krishna to Arjuna in the role of Guru, the pillar of the family of Pandavas, are still a boon for the entire humanity. Even today the Vice Chancellor tradition is followed here. One also gets strength and solutions from the guidance of Guru.

Educational Contribution

In the medieval period, there were limitations for women in the educational field. They were not sent abroad for higher education; they were also not preferred to work. But today they are being given opportunities to play an active and capable role in every field like higher education, self-reliance, and self-independent.

  • At present, every possible effort is being made to empower women at social, political, economic and educational levels. The result of this is that today, whether it is space science or airlines, computers, communication systems, banking, sports, industry or business, medicine, Bollywood or Hollywood, governance or administration, literature or art, women are present in every field. Today, from peon to the director, from rickshaw puller to pilot, from police to military officer, women are seen in all positions. Not only this, many banks and many railway stations are being operated only by women. Women's power is not only half the population of the country but also the capital of the family, society and nation. Therefore, women's power has an important contribution to the progress of any nation and society. Under the slogan Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao, with the aim of encouraging women and increasing their awareness, a safe environment is being provided to daughters and women at every stage from the birth of their daughter by connecting them with government schemes such as – daughter birth anniversary programme, skill development program for adolescent girls and women and good nutrition, quality skills and education system are being provided for them. Education is the backbone towards women's empowerment. Without education, there can be no in life. Cultured and educated women have the ability to make life fragrant like a rose blooming on a thorny plant. Thanks to education, women are able to face challenges more gracefully!

  • Women empowerment means taking steps towards self-reliance, self-respect and livelihood so that their spirits take flight and their creative artistic works emerge. Other people in society should also be inspired by her intellectual richness and entrepreneurship.

  • But in this race of empowerment, some stones are blocking the way. Only by removing these stone-like anomalies, a woman will become completely empowered. Today, some challenges have emerged merely due to linking physical and economic development with empowerment. Even though our steps are moving towards the grand peak, still for some reason the shackles of insecurity and unrest are lying at our feet. The figures of increasing depression, suicides and rapes every year show that in the name of empowerment, our roots are becoming hollow and just being sprayed on leaves! In this high flight of ambitions, are our wings getting burnt like Sampati (Jatayu's brother)? Because awakening and distortion are sisters.

  • Nowadays, a semi-modern class is also emerging, which is adopting independence and high standards in the name of women's empowerment and freedom. Today, society can get the benefits of education, communication, resources and economic materialism only when there is freedom but not independence. Because independence pollutes the social and family environment.

  • Anyway, as long as incidents like the Naina Sahni case, the Aarushi murder case, Nirbhaya case keep recurring, the voice of women's empowerment will continue to suffocate.


  • Coordination of education and values will make women more empowered.

  • Women are the pivot of the family; hence they will become stronger by maintaining harmony in both family care and career.

  • Awareness and alertness towards rights and duties will make us stronger.