Happy Women’s Day 2019: TV Queens Helly Shah, Devoleena Bhattacharjee , Amrapali Gupta Talk About The Women Who Made History

It's Women's Day today and on this special occasion, let's have a quick look at who is the role model for our television divas

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Happy Women’s Day 2019: TV Queens Helly Shah, Devoleena Bhattacharjee , Amrapali Gupta Talk About The Women Who Made History
On the occasion of Women's Day, television divas remember Indian women who led the foundation and inspired the youth to break the barriers of gender. The actresses also joined the campaign theme of International Women's Day 2019 #BalanceforBetter by paying tribute to the historical women continued to empower the future generations.

Helly Shah: Ahilyabai Holkar, inspires me a lot as she not only addressed women empowerment, but also stood against the odd rule our society followed. After the death of her husband, Khanderao Holkar, Ahilyabai Holkar became the queen of Malwa. Her reign lasted for 30 years and she ruled with utmost compassion and pride. During her time, the region prospered and scaled new heights. She is often cited as the philosopher queen and an absolute ideal ruler.
Devoleena Bhattacharjee: Abala Bose known for her efforts in the advancement of women’s education and her contribution towards the alleviation of the condition of widows. She was an early feminist and frequently wrote about why women need higher education and stressed about gender equality. Later, she set up the Nari Shiksha Samiti, a nonprofit whose mission was to educate girls. She also opened a home for widows and a rehabilitation center for women. Her courage to fight the black and white Indian society inspires me a lot.

Amrapali Gupta: Arati Saha, popular Long-Distance Swimmer inspires us to be non- judgemental about gender. She was first Indian and Asian woman to swim across the English Channel in 1959. She was the first female sportsperson to be awarded a Padma Shri—the fourth highest civilian award in India—in 1960.

Mahika Sharma: Chand Bibi, Warrior Monarch of Bijapur is my inspiration. She defended Ahmednagar against the Mughal emperor, Akbar. One of the bravest women of her times, she successfully defended her throne twice. Unfortunately, she was killed in the third battle by her own companions after a rumor spread that she was joining hands with the Mughals.
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Mahika Sharma

Roop Durgapal: I admire Mother Teresa, the Founder of Missionaries of Charity (1910 - 1997) and known for her extensive work for the poor and underprivileged. She was a Bharat Ratna recipient and the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. She dedicated her life to working for the poor people in India. And received many awards in India and around the world. Through her organization, she personally took care of thousands of sick people in Calcutta. She also worked tirelessly to eradicate poverty and improve lives of people. She is featured on the list of Women who changed the world.

Anju Jadhav: I admire Shobha Chalukya, the princess of Saurashtra, who risked her life to save the temple of Somnath and her kingdom from Gaznavi and his goons. She has influenced my life and I look up to her. She is the perfect example of beauty with brains. She used her beauty and fooled Gaznavi which saved the lives of thousands of people.



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