International Journal of Law


International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2016)

Women still need Empowerment in India


Dr. Arvind P. Bhanu, Rajni Kant Mishra

“There is no chance for the welfare of the world unless the condition of women is improved, it is not possible for a bird to fly on only one wing.” Swami Vivekananda rnWomen empowerment is a matter of concern of 21st Century which includes women awareness of their rights, self-confidence, to have a control over their lives both at home & outside and their ability to change in the societyrnWomen empowerment means women have been respected, given total independence of their own life, making own decision by own choice, have equal rights in society and Judicial works and are not discriminated in providing education, Job employment, wages earning and other facilities which are available to men. rnWomen empowerment also means emancipation of women from the vicious grips of social, economic, political, caste and gender-based discrimination which means granting women the freedom to make life choices. Women empowerment does not mean ‘deifying women’ rather it means replacing patriarchy with parity.
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