Gunjan Saxena’s new song ‘Bhrat Ki Beti’ by Arijit Singh, Amit Trivedi and written by Kausar Munir is dedicated to all the women of India who have brought pride for us in their own unique ways.
Saina Nehwal, Sania Mirza, Hima Das, PV Sindhu, Mary Kom, PT Usha
Real life BAWSE of the world of sports! these women won medals pe medals, medals pe medals, medals pe medals for the nation and sometimes it feels like that their name is not linked with the sport but the sport is linked to their name. Nothing but immense respect and love for them!
Her name is often missed out on lists like these but damn I just felt a wee bit overawed reading all her achievements and awesome skills she has mastered !!!! The country’s first woman commando trainer, she has trained over 15,000 soldiers in close quarter battle. She is one of only 10 women in the world who are trained in Jeet Kune Do ( a form of martial arts)
Gunjan Saxena, Anjali Gupta, Sarla Thakral, Avani Chaturvedi, Bhawana Kanth, Durga Banarjee & Harita Kaur Deol.
These women who took their dreams to touch the sky literally and marked their name in history, be it to ever fly a plane to ever go to war in a plane. Inspiring thousands of other dreamers and here’s to them defying all limits to just be who they wanna be.
Baby Halder, Geeta Tandon, Sunitha Krishnan, Arunima Sinha
These unsung superwomen all deserve a biopic of their own. Their stories go from being victims of abuse to breaking all shackles, they courageously continue to fight the evils of the society.
Reading about all the work they have done and are doing makes me feel so empowered.
Most of you might not know her name, but this sweet little 105-year-old woman has done wonders for the environment in India all by herself. She is renowned for her act of planting over 8,000 banyan trees over her lifetime. And her story goes like “she began planting trees because she and her husband were unable to bear children”, makes me just want to go and wrap her in a big hug.
Kalpana Chawla and Sunita Williams
The legends whose name is engraved in our mind after all the sst classes, but just reading their names brings up so much pride and happiness, the first and second Indian woman who made it to space, inspiring many more Indians to hold onto their dreams.
Also, here’s to the ones working tirelessly at ISRO and making missions like Chandryaan and Mangal reach new heights.
Captain of the Indian women’s national cricket team and led us through the world-cup, the first woman to score a double hundred in Test Cricket. She was the first to achieve this landmark in the world.
Also, all the members of women’s national cricket or hockey or any sports team, tum sab bahut acha kaam karte ho.
Arundhati Roy, Irom Sharmila, Smriti Mandhana, Kiran Bedi, Shobana Chandrakumar Pillai, Roshini Sharma, Reita Faria Powel, Arati Saha, Justice M. Fathima Beevi, Bachendri Pal, Priya Jhingan, Gita Gopinath, Nirmala Sitharaman, Vrinda Rathi, Arohi Pandit, Divya Karnad, Rahi Sarnobat, Pratibha Patil, Meira Kumar, Shakuntala Devi, Deepa Malik, Santosh Yadav, Sushma Chawla, Deepa Karmakar, Chanda Kochar, Puneeta Arora, Neerja Bhanot, Gauri Lankesh, Mangala Mani, Justice Anna Chandy, Cptain Prem Mathur, Medha Patkar, Roshini Nadar, Leela Gandhi tiwari, Vimla Kaul, Geeta Dharmarajan and many more….
Because you don’t need to win medals and the love of millions to be a “bharat ki beti” because, the beautiful song that you play for millions or for just two, the song is still the same and is just as beautiful.
You wake up every morning & fight your own battles, trying to spread happiness & making the cornr of your world a little better, we see you and this song is for you
“Jeete raho, Jeet te raho.” <3