You don’t have to be masculine to be a strong woman.
Women in India have come a long way from being just ‘homemakers’ to the ‘worldmakers’. The world now sees them with a different eye and a new respect.
Gone the days when women were not considered to be strong enough to compete with men. Gone the days where men used to dominate world and were reluctant to acknowledge the fact that women are as good as men if not better.
The new generation women across the world have overcome all negative notions and have proved themselves beyond doubt in all spheres of life including the most intricate and cumbersome world of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship, considered to be one of the toughest arenas, is now experiencing the footsteps of some of the most powerful women who truly have fire in their bellies.
India too has its own pool of such bold and fearless women who have made a mark for themselves both within the country as well as overseas. Hindu scriptures defines women as the embodiment of ‘Shakti’ and she lives up to image every time, whether it is problem solving at home or running a successful business.
Their relentless zeal, incessant quench for success and willingness to walk the extra mile has broken all myths about their inborn limitations that were supposed to be major roadblocks on their success expressways.
Be it in any field, e-commerce, education, investment, travel, fashion, fitness anywhere and everywhere women are determined to make a difference and their own identity.
Chanda Kochar, Indira Nooyi, Indu Jain, Simone Tata, Suchi Mukherjee, Jyoti Naik, Ritu Kumar, Shahnaz Hussain, Ekta Kapoor; are just few names to add in the ever growing list of self-made women. Today women have proved that they are equally, or more capable of excelling in the male-dominated fields.