Nisha Meaning

Nisha is an Indian origin word which means ‘Night’.  Nisha word has been derived from Sanskrit language. Nisha name is used for a female. A number of popular persons are there having ‘Nisha’ name such as: Nisha Madhulika – An Indian Chef and Youtube Personality Nisha Kothari – An Indian Actress Nisha Katona – A … Read more

Books Written By Women

Bangle Sellers – Sarojini Naidu Women Destroyed  – Simon De Beauvoir Housewife -Ann Oakley Bina Aggawal-  A Field of One’s Own Ismat Chugtai-  Lihaaf 1942 Arundhati Roy- God of Small Things Kiran Desai – The Inheritance of Loss 2006 Amar Jiban-Autobiography of Rassundari Devi        The High Caste Hindu Woman – Pandita Ramabai (1887) Sita Myth – … Read more

Theories of Women’s Studies

Main theories of women’s studies are as following: Feminist Theory: It is related to the theoretical aspects of various issues of women’s problems and gender fanaticism. Social Justice: In this branch of women’s studies we learn about justice for equality in society. Transnational Feminism: In this ideology we learn about equality for male and female … Read more

Women Entrepreneurship

A nation gets speed in progress when all citizen whether male or female take active participation in entrepreneurship. When they are not fearful about loss in business and with full zeal they contribute their wealth and physical presence in their business, GDP of that particular country enhances. Manpower in country increases and women’s status improves … Read more

Women’s Studies in India

Women’s studies is an emerging and exclusive academic discipline. Women’s studies is based on social work and social justice. In the curriculum of women subject emphasis is given to equality and empowerment. It’s all about human rights and social development with a positive approach. Gender, sexuality, ethnicity, history related to women, women contributions to society, … Read more

Who is Who

Indra Gandhi-              First Woman Prime Minister of India Pratibha Patil-             First woman President of India Jayanti  Patnayak- First Chairperson (NCW)     Bhima Bai Holker-  Freedom Fighter Mother Teresa-   First Indian woman to win aNoble Peace Prize in 1979 Kasturba Gandhi-  Swadeshi Movement Justice M. Fathima Beevi-   First Female Judge Vina Mazumdar-  Founder-Director, CWDS Durgabai … Read more

Organizations For Women

•           Women’s Indian Association (1917) •           All India Women’s Conference  (1927) •           All Bengal Women’s Union (1932) •           Bhartiya Gramin Mahila Sangh (1955) •           Self Employed Women’s Association (1972) •           Indian Association of Women Scientists  (1973) •           Working Women’s Forum (1978) •           Centre for Women’s Development Studies (1980) •           All India Democratic Women’s Association (1981) … Read more

Laws For Women in India

Women Protection under Indian Penal Code 1860 and Women Protection under Special Provisions        Women Protection under Indian Penal Code 1860 In IPC 1860 every person is liable to punishment under this code and not otherwise for every act or omission contrary to the provisions thereof, of which, he is guilty within. In Indian Penal Code … Read more

Laws For Women in Indian Constitution

In every part of the world women are the weaker section of the society. That is why every country has made different laws for the protection of women. Indian Government also has made various laws to protect women.  Indian constitution protects women in every aspect of life. Time to time different special provisions are also … Read more

Women Empowerment Quotes

“The best protection any woman can have…is courage.” Elizabeth Cady Stanton “Just as women are afraid of receiving, men are afraid of giving.” John Gray “There is no chance of the welfare of the world unless the condition of women is improved. It is not possible for a bird to fly on one wing.” Swami … Read more