women in history
Ray is well known for her tireless work for Equality of Status and Justice for Women. She was extremely dedicated to vote against the amendments made to include ‘minority’ rights in the constitution.
Janaki Ammal’s work to make sugarcane hybrids was indigenous. In the pages of history, she remains to be known as the woman responsible for making the Indian sugarcane sweet.
Among the many interesting topics that we touched on were Women in History: Narratives, Writings, Revival with authors in the genre of history, Aanchal Malhotra and Ira Mukhoty Jayal. The session was moderated by the founder Shaili Chopra.
Imagine being a pioneer in a crucial investigative field such as forensics, helping many families get closure by reconstructing the faces of unidentifiable murder victims and then being pushed into the background in an image for your own obituary.
The most famous nurse in history, Florence Nightingale was born on this day 197 years ago. The founder of modern…
Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali is now having to change the location for the shooting of his film Padmavati owing to…
As a part of our Women’s History Month series, we give you a small a biography of Anna Atkins in 5 points.