Did you know about these super amazing women ?

Sometimes we forget to acknowledge legends just because of gender ? why is so ?

Only a few women in India are known for their work and courage they have shown on their path to success. But if we look around there are plenty of women who have done splendid jobs in their field which can inspire us to choose our desired path by our own and make others support us like their supporter supported them. Just have a look at some of these inspiring women around the country:

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  1. Arunima Sinha

Arunima Sinha belongs to Uttar Pradesh, India and is qualified as a Head Constable in the CISF in the year 2012. She holds the title of a national level volleyball player. In the middle of the year 2011, she met with a train accident while travelling to Lucknow to appear for the examination to join CISF. She lost her leg in the accident.

Besides all odds she went through, she showed the courage to climb the Mount Everest. She is the first female Indian amputee to climb Mount Everest. Her story inspires everyone and teaches us never lose hopes until you have the courage to go on.

  1. Puja Thakur

Wing Commander Puja Thakur became the first officer to lead the inter-servicing Guard of Honors for US President Barack Obama at Rashtrapati Bhavan. She has served in the IAF for 13 and half years. She properly belongs to Rajasthan and is a para jumper. She is an administration officer as well. She feels proud and honoured to become the first woman to command a joint services guard of honour.

An inspiring story shows there’s no difference in a man and woman in today’s world. All you need to do pull up your sleeves and set out to get what you want.

  1. Bhakti Sharma

Bhakti Sharma comes from the desert area of Rajasthan. She is an open water swimmer who began to swim at the age of two and a half years. Her coach is her mother Leena Sharma. She is the youngest female swimmer in the world to swim in 4 oceans and 7 seas. At the beginning, she started to swim in the pools. Later her mother realised the pools were limiting her talent. So she decided to transform her into an open water swimmer.

Her story shows that you can achieve whatever you want at any time of the age. The only thing you require is a proper guide, their proper guidance and a supporting background.

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  1. Rashmi Bansal

The girl from Mumbai is a writer-cum-entrepreneur known for her 5 best-selling books famous worldwide. Over half a million copies of her books Stay Hungry Stay Foolish, Connect the Dots, I have a Dream, Poor Little Rich Slum and Follow Every Rainbow and Take Me Home have sold collectively. Her books are translated into a number of languages.

  1. Tania Sachdev

The 29 years old girl is an Indian Chess Player. She learnt to play chess at the age of 6. Particularly she belongs to Delhi and is a professionally trained Chess player. The girl has achieved a lot at this very young age. As a child when she started playing chess, she won many events. She holds the FIDE titles of International Master and Woman Grandmaster. She won various events like U12 Indian championship, Asian U14 championship, bronze medalist at the World U12 Girls Championship and won at Asian Junior U20 Girls championship in Marawila.

This girl is the perfect example of beauty with brain. She sets the example for those who think girls cannot play strategic games.

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  1. Harshini Kanhekar

Harshini Kanhekar created history by becoming the first-ever female student to get admission in the fire engineering course. She holds the title of India’s first female firefighter. It was little tough for her parents to let her go and study in an all-male institution. For it requires a lot of adjustments for a girl. Beside all these, she never gave up and went on confidently to achieve what she wanted.


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