Celebrating the spirit of Girl child, the world stands together each year on 11th October to commemorate International Day Of Girl Child. A day when we sit back and realize the importance of our “Daughters”.
— Ministry of WCD (@MinistryWCD) October 11, 2019
In a country like ours where patriarchy has built a stronghold and birth of Girl Child is seen as a curse, there are some determined women who have shown the courage to realize their dream.
11 October, The International Day of the Girl Child, Occasions to educate the general public on issues of concern, to mobilize political will and resources to address global problems and to celebrate and reinforce the achievements of humanity.#InternationalDayoftheGirlChild pic.twitter.com/7PnXIKDdUF— CSII India Pvt. Ltd. (@csiiIndiaPvtLtd) October 11, 2019
On this auspicious day, we take a look at those ladies who have been a real inspiration not only for us but for generations to come.
She is from the glam-sham world of modeling but the chances are that you might have not heard her name. Reshma Qureshi is not only a model but a vlogger as well.
Survival of an acid attack Reshma has made her way into an industry where being “picture perfect” is seen as the norm. The model has got the honors of walking the ramp in New York Fashion Week
D. Roopa Moudgil
This woman has not only achieved her dream but has also shown her worth and commitment towards her duty. IPS D. Roopa Modugil is what you can say a no-nonsense officer.
IPS Modugil has been awarded the prestigious President’s Police Medal in the year 2016. In the following, she received the Digital Women Award 2017 for bringing in a digital transformation in road safety and traffic management as the head of the department.
If you ever thought that you are unfortunate or are not capable to do a particular task then you must look up to this lady. This multi-talented lady has many feathers in her cap.
Apart from being a volleyball player, she is the first female amputee to scale Mount Everest and Mount Vinson. Having lost her leg after being pushed out of the train by robbers she could have chosen to curse her luck but she did just the opposite.
When girls of her age are busy settling down in there life this lady has achieved a historic feat. At just 25 Avani is one of the first female fighter pilots of India Airforce.
Coming from a small town of Rewa in Madhya Pradesh Avani has defied all odds to take her flight to success. Avani is the first Indian woman pilot to take a solo flight in MiG-21.