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If one looks at the status of women then and now, one has to look at two sides of the coin; one side which is promising, and one side which is bleak.
When our country got its independence, the participation of women nationalists was widely acknowledged.
Though at some levels like dowry, crimes like rape, sexual harassment at office or public places, and molestation, eve-teasing, even after over sixty years of independence women are still exploited, which is the shameful side of our country.
Yet one can’t deny that the situation has improved since the earlier times.
There have been innumerable debates about gender in India over the years.
Much of it includes women’s positing in society, their education, health, economic position, gender equality etc.
What one can conclude from such discussions is that women have always held a certain paradoxical position in our developing country.
While on one hand, India has seen an increased percentage of literacy among women, and women are now entering professional fields, the practices of female infanticide, poor health conditions and lack of education still persisting still continue.
With women participating in nationalist movements, to being pushed into the domestic household space, to their resurgence as super-women today, women in our country have seen it all.
.” — Swami Vivekananda Women are not born, but made.
What better than India to exemplify this statement by Simone de Beauvoir.
Around 500 women were reported to die every day due to pregnancy related problems due to malnutrition, and getting married before 18.
It was only by the 1960s, that a few educated women began to see themselves increasingly change from a mere guardian of home to a legitimate participant in the discourse of life.