Sudha Murthy is an author, a philanthropist, a teacher, and whatnot. She believes in giving it back to society with utmost sincerity. She is also the woman behind Infosys.
Kavita Bisht is a courageous girl who didn’t lose hope even after being rattled by an acid attack at the age of 19 and now serves the society to the best of her ability.
Radhika Menon is a renowned personality in the maritime world who has set an example by becoming the first female to hold the post of captain in the Indian Merchant Navy.
Women with a strong mind and a heart of steel to attain their dreams are few and those who attain something extraordinary, usually put in those extraordinary efforts. Here are the top 10 women entrepreneurs in India to boost you up!
Avinash Kuri’s story is nothing short of a roller coaster, from engineering to job promotion and then leaving it for the love of his life, acting. His journey can be the perfect example when hard work pays off.
4-dimensional women who could do it all with ease, meet Dr. Anjali Chaugule who is slowly becoming the talk of the town with her career choices and the ability to rise to every occasion. From being a dentist to winning awards in modelling, painting, dancing, and photography, her story is a...
Dancing is considered as the purest form of language without a voice and what could be better if somebody can enjoy each step along with painting. Yes, you heard that right! We have a very interesting story of Jahnavi Maganti, an 18-year old girl from Hyderabad. Jahnavi has created a world...
Bhakti Started Swimming at the age of 2.5, She is now India’s Youngest swimmer to cross the 5 Oceans of the World!
Bhakti Sharma, the 27-year old women from Rajasthan, one of the desert states of India is the 1st Asian and youngest open water swimmer. Starting her swimming at a tender age of 2, she swam all the five oceans of the world. Being awarded the Tenzing Norgay National Award by President of India,...
Bhakti Ghatole is one of the fortune stars who will shine the brightest, with their dedication and commitment being the fuel for that brightness in her shine in her profession. Only the darker experiences will lead to the brightest future.
Arunima Sinha is the first Indian amputee to scale the Mount Everest. She is honored “Padma Sri” in January 2015.Arunima Sinha is the world record holder in amputee division to climb Mount Everest.