8th Mar, 2018
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Most Inspiring Women in History

Most Inspiring Women in History Some Inspirational Narrative of Women in History!!

There are many names in history who have proved that a women’s strength is immeasurable, ones she makes her mind to make her journey a successful one, no one force can stop her! After reading the story of these celebrated women every women will get to understand that any woman can contribute to the society with her vigour irrespective of the circumstances. No matter what field or environment a woman belongs to. Read further and do something extraordinary which can help change the face of the society in a sanguine way.

1. Anne Frank (1929-1945)
Anne Frank She ones said that, “in spite of all the adverse circumstances, I believe that people is really nice at heart.”
While staying in Netherlands, to hide from the German forces, as a young Jewish girl, her father gifted her diary at the age of 13, which she maintained in that time of her hide. After she died the content she wrote in her diary acted as a spectator of the life during the Holocaust. When she died in the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen at the age of 15, her diary was published. People came to know about the life during that time. At that tender age she helped the world to know those instances which no other men could dare to tell. Her story diary turned into a revolutionary story and it became one of the most read books of the time.
Holocaust: It was the mass murder which took place during the time of World War II, in which around six million Jews were murdered.

2. Mother Teresa (1910-1997)
Mother Teresa She was the one who taught the world that, “all of us have not come on this earth to do great things but God has created us to do a small work with great love.”
In 1997, Mother Teresa was awarded with the Noble Peace Prize, for her great devotion to take care of those in needs, and for her sacrifice to serve the downtrodden and the poor and for her organization, “The Missionaries of Charity”. Till the time she started suffering from health issues which included two heart attacks, Pneumonia and malaria, she worked towards her goal. It was in 1997 she stepped out of the job and in 1997 September she took her last breath.

3. Princess of Wales, Diana (1961-1997)
Princess of Wales, Diana “Each one of has something to contribute to the society, each one of has the potential and that potential needs to be valued.
She was the princess of the people and was loved by all. She devoted her whole life in helping people doping charity work. Besides that, she received Nobel Prize for her campaign aimed at banning landmines.


4. Benazir Bhutto (1953-2007)
Benazir Bhutto “One of the best revenges could be democracy.”
Benazir Bhutto was the 11th Prime Minister of the male dominated Muslim state of Pakistan. She had also made her name in the first woman to be heading a Muslim State. Her tenure as prime Minister was from 1993-1996 and during this period she stood courageously for the women’s rights and wrecked Military dictatorship in the country which many of her male counterparts could not do. Later she was assassinated in 2007.

These are only the few names, there are many such valiant names women can read about to get inspired from their stories.

To Do Something New and Nobler, One has to fight a Battle, which Seems like it Never Existed!!