The 3 Women Who Are India’s Pride

The 3 Women Who Are India's Pride 1

A woman is a complete circle. She has the power to create, nurture and change the world. Her hidden power, strong will, capability and determination of women can make a very large difference and make our India proud.

Top amazing women who made our India proud are:

  1. Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa was a Roman Catholic religious sister and a missionary who lived most of her life in India. She was a wonderful lady who served many aged, the destitute, the terminally ill, the diseased, unemployed and those who were abandoned by their families. She was admired for many of her charitable works. Mother Teresa won Nobel peace prize, Barath Ratna, Order of smile and many more awards for her kindheartedness and pure affection towards people.

2. MC Mary Kom

m2Mary Kom also called as magnificent mary, a women boxer from Manipur, India. She is one of the most adorable women in India. Kom was born in Kangathei in Manipur. Dingko Singh’s success towards boxing in 2000 inspired her to become a boxer and started her training. Mary Kom won a silver medal at 2008 at Asian women’s boxing championship in India and gold medal at 2010 in Kazakhstan. She later won three consecutive gold medals at AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championship in Barbados. And she was the 1st Indian women to qualify for Olympics for a boxing event. Mary Kom also has her auto biography “unbreakable” penned by Dina Serto. Kom was awarded by Padma Bhushan, Padma Shree, Arjuna award, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award and many more. Her hard work and strong determination made her become India’s Pride.

3. Kiran Bedi


Kiran Bedi, is an Indian politician, tennis player, social activist and a retired police officer. She was the very first women to join the police department. Only women in a batch of 80 men at her police training at National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie. Later Bedi joined the Indian police service becoming its 1st women officer. She then started her career as a Deputy Commissioner of police in Delhi and she bought a reduction in crimes against women. She even launched campaigns against drug abuse and became the 1st women to be appointed as the United Nations civilian police adviser.

Later Kiran Bedi resigned, to focus on social activism and writing. Her political career took an initial step at Bharathiya Janatha Party. Bedi’s contributions towards public safety were recognized and was awarded by United Nations medal, Ramon Magsaysay award and president’s police medal. Thus, she is a pride of India and a woman to me documented as a living legend.

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