Women,s Day

Women’s Day 8 th march

Women’s day is important as a mother is a woman. She loves, takes care and shares everything.

A woman is the essence of life and she has the innate capacity to take care as well as sacrifice for others.

An all-enveloping character is played by a woman and she plays the character of a daughter, sister, wife and mother all at a time within a span of few years.

She also is a friend, guide, nurturer and partner from time on and again.

She displays a range of emotions from being emotional to vulnerable, sometimes serene, sometimes erratic and also is patient to extremely courageous at the time of crisis.

Women have been fighting their way through all ages and times being tormented and subjugated. They face harassment, exploitation and yet have managed to secure their place in the public domain.

The continuing exploitation as well as injustice in the domestic as well as working places has been overruled today as women have accomplished the status by standing equal in terms of freedom, liberty, education and choice.

The growing financial independence and literacy have empowered women today to assert their life of dignity. Women’s day is hence of much importance and is celebrated on March 8th.

This is a universal day and is celebrated all over the world as it endows the women with dignity honor and self respect. This day marks the celebration of social, economic, cultural as well as political achievements.

The women’s day holds significance in a society where the women are marred by heinous crimes such as dowry deaths, rape and female infanticide. Women’s day in India is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervor.

There are many women organization taking active participation and many conduct seminars, documentary shows, mass rallies, sensitive plays, and so on to show the importance of this day.

Girl child education and seat reservations have empowered the Indian women and today addressing as an Indian woman is a matter of pride in public and private domains as well.

Hence this international women’s day is a reminder of the accomplishment and how much more attention towards improvement has to be paid.
The need of celebrating women’s day is marked as an occasion.

Women in India today have elevated their social positions. The pity is that many women from villages and small towns are victimized by their families and community. Yet, the wonderful legacy of these tolerances is being empowered by women and the past has completely faded away…Happy Women’s day in advance…!!!