India Society – Brief Overview

India is a huge subcontinent in South Asia with over a billion people. It has a democratic government system, today it is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. India is known for its picturesque beauty, huge natural reserves and rich cultural heritage. Indian society has always been patriarchal, the dominance of men in all aspects of society was striking; A society where the majority of women today find their identity connected with the relationship between their father and her husband, undermining their ability to exist. For centuries, her birth was disturbed and frightened as everyone had a "boy access" and wanted a boy to continue his family name. Women were deprived of their education, within the four walls of the house, to care for the house and the children, thereby silent endurance and subordination to the family. By the beginning of the twentieth century, the woman who lost her husband lost the right to lead a fair, normal life and condemned the life of deprivation, loneliness and misery as an exclusion of society with no right to rebirth. Violence was common and many women were abusive after abuse, but women did not dare to retaliate, but rather claimed to be silent about this cruelty and the Hindu concept of the "little" Hindu or fate, or fate. Religion, always a strong driving force, did little to improve women's position. The emergence of the twentieth century gradually changed the status of women, as relatively more women began to receive formal education, some looking for work. With the rise of the War of Independence, a large number of women were set up in August 1947 to launch their independence from British colonial rule. The constitution of India, which was subsequently drafted, gave women equality in all respects, and although they received education, women were constantly growing, especially in urban areas, women's basic status was lower than men. Education has promoted awareness-raising in all areas, such as health care, nutrition or employment; Report violence and abuses, enforce their rights, and respect for their respect and integrity, so that they are not victims of power, power, and manners. But the overwhelming majority of women, especially in rural India, are still aware of their rights, and they need to be directed and organized to fight the inequality they must accept and live throughout their lives.

Everyone is Equal, but socialization largely defines their thoughts and beliefs. In Indian society, the concept of male supremacy is so embedded that it passes unconsciously and establishes inequality. It is unfortunate that women themselves maintain this inequality in the successful generation. It is therefore essential to eliminate old habits, traditions, religious convictions and cultural customs; Instead, highlight women's contribution to society and focus on the importance of sharing roles for men.

The temptation and eradication of poverty, the curse, our society is key to raising the position of women, with special disabilities. Strategies for eradicating women should empower women more than ever. This can be achieved by allowing women more access to small business ideas, better training and skill-building facilities, and will be able to turn these ideas into successful business ventures.

History testifies that when women were empowered; The course of events has been changed to the right. Development programs were much more successful when women were given responsibility for their implementation. The economic upswing of women, wherever they started, changed the structure of society and reduced the specter by improving the quality of life of the whole family. On the other hand, programs for introducing family planning did not succeed in the first few years because women were not empowered.

Contrast has since been intensified and today is no longer just the shadow of man. While in India's pocket, women are still unfairly treated as in the past, today these women can save or assist, and the results of NGOs would be saved. Atrocities against women did not stop and women generally did not live with equal status. We can only know ourselves if we have a president of a country and see women in the headquarters. The common woman shrank in a corner, or it can be marginalized better in homes and offices than before.

Source by Anu Seth

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