Sinha is the president of the Mann Deshi Mahila Sahakari Bank.
“Writing gave me the identity I never had. It is my life.”
“No field of work belongs to any gender. A bike, for example, doesn’t know if a man or woman is riding it.” #EndTheStereotype
Amidst the constant taunts from relatives, spending hours on travelling to the classes and taking the numerous tests, staying up at night to study, and making sure her troubles did not disturb her mentally, IAS Komal Ganatra emerged as a fighter.
Here are the 10 wonder women of India that we would like to honour with The Better India Spotlight, 2018.
Runjun Begum from Assam was married at 16 and physically abused after giving birth to two daughters. But this didn’t deter her from starting her own business that empowers other women and makes her financially independent.