Hey Fellows! I welcome you here. In this women’s day special blog post I am going to highlight the role of Leading Women along with short inspirational stories. Women are pillars of any leading society or nation. And we all should always honour, love, respect women.

Inspiring short stories which make women as “Leading Women”

As you all know Kalpana Chawla, American astronaut, and engineer. She was the first Indian woman and second person after Rakesh Sharma to go to space. In 1997, Kalpana first flew in the space shuttle Columbia mission STS-87. On 16 January 2003 took her second flight to space with the crew of seven in STS-107. During re-entering the space shuttle break down and Kalpana died with all the crew members.

Kalpana Chawla - Leading Women
Kalpana Chawla – Leading Women

Though her accidental death was so painful for us, But she will be always remembered in history. In one of her interviews, Kalpana Chawla said that; I am born in space and will die in space. Indubitably Kalpana Chawla is a true inspiration to modern women in India & around the world. Kalpana Chawla’s inspiring story and her messages are very motivating. One of my favourite messages of her,

“If you want to do something, what does it matter where you are ranked?”

Tessy Thomas, who is famous as the Agniputri of India and India’s Missile Women. Tessy joined Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO) in 1988 and became the First woman head of an Indian Missile Project. She has played a dominant role in India’s missile development program. Tessy was placed by Dr APJ Abdul Kalam for the Agni Project and had worked with him. She was project head of the Agni-V Missile Project, launched from Wheeler Island of Odisha in 2012.

Tessy Thomas - Leading Women
Tessy Thomas – Leading Women

She has been honoured with several awards like the DRDO Scientist of the year award, Outstanding Women achiever award, Performance Excellence award, and many. She has also received the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Award for her contribution to India’s missile technology. She has become Director General(Aeronautical Systems) of DRDO in 2018.

Hima Das, Dhing Express of India. You must have heard of her. Hima was just 19 years old when she became the first Indian athlete to win a gold medal in any format of a global track event at IAAF World U20. Hima Das stunned the whole world by winning back-to-back five gold medals within three weeks. She is honoured with the Arjuna Award for outstanding performance by the president of India in 2018.

Hima Das - Leading Women
Hima Das – Leading Women

UNICEF India also appointed her as the First ever youth brand ambassador in 2018. In February 2021, she is appointed as Deputy Superintendent of Police(DSP) in Assam. She is a social activist too, she was popular in her area as a social activist before becoming a sensational girl.

Aren’t these women are so inspiring? Ya! There are so many examples of women like these, they inspire us to create difference and leave an impact. If we look at history, even before many times women like Jhansi ki Rani Lakshmibai, Savitri Bai Phule, Indira Gandhi, Mother Teresa, and many more contributed their lives to give us a better today.

The Bottom Line

Leading Women across all over the globe are working smart and hard to find new solutions to the problems of society or the world. Leading Women is the one who completes a family and the key pillar of society. Today’s women are not only Independent but also self-reliant too.

Leading Women make this society stronger and dynamic. Women have excelled in both professional and personal both, without them nurture of a family is not possible. Hence the progress of women is the progress of the society or nation.

Our team of the robust story extends heartiest wishes and warm greetings to all the women who are performing excellently with robust spirit everywhere whether for family or the work.

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