International Womens Day

International Women’s Day was first celebrated on March 19, 1911 as several women’s demanded rights including right to vote, to hold public office and also raised a voice against employment sex discrimination.
International Women’s Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women’s Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year.In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women to a celebration for women’s economic, political, and social achievements. Started as a Socialist political event, the holiday blended the culture of many countries and now celebrated all over the world including INDIA.
Current Government has also launched many schemes for women empowerment like Beti Bachao Beti padhao,Sukanya Samridhi, 33% reservation in CRPf.The government has taken an epoch-making decision to induct women in all military combat roles, against all socio-cultural prejudices. Also, recall its decision to reserve 33% constable posts for women. This will infuse greater sensitivity in the force. The President, while addressing Parliament, said that “in our country, shakti is the manifestation of female energy.
But on womens day,let me ask you a question is this going to bring 50-50 gender eqality which is target of UN by 2030.

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2016-Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step It Up for Gender Equality

Reality is a bit different!!!Travel less than a hundred kilometres from any of the cities and towns, and caveman’s mentality would appear intact. Women have to do most of the family chores, but have no exposure to growth opportunities or health facilities. Most girls, not boys, handle household chores from childhood, at the cost of going to schools. Women are at the receiving end of gender inequality, a perpetually adverse sex ratio, malnutrition and neglected health ailments and domestic and sexual violence at the hands of …Her rights Men and women are born the same way, with distinct capabilities. How can they not, at the least, be equal? Most advanced societies have progressed on the shared endeavours of their male-female demography. India need not wait for centuries, or decades, to bring equity and equality to women. There is already a sense of urgency. The national goal is clear: half of the population-energy needs to be added to the nation’s growth process. This half of the society needs to equally experience and enjoy the rich opportunities of self-development, and the pride and joy of contributing to the making of a vibrant society.
A widespread programme and policy framework is in place. It gets a greater thrust every year. It is a truly exhaustive charter. What seems to be missing is dedicated, leak-proof implementation of the noble sub-programmes launched by Govt.
Few lines to celebrate 

 नारी शक्ति का दिन! 
शक्ति जो दुनिया को आप में दिखाई देती है, 
मेरी नजर से देखें तो मुझे आप में दिखाई देता है समर्पण, 
समर्पण प्यार का, समर्पण दुलार का, समर्पण सेवा का, 
करुणा, दया, संरक्षण, परवाह, सादगी दूजे नाम हैं आपके, 
आपका स्पर्श जीवन में विश्वास जगाता है, 
मन को चंदन और कर्म को पानी बनाता है, 
आपका वेग तपते मन को ठंडी बौछारों से भिगोता है,
कठिन राह से थकी रगों में नया रक्त दौड़ने लगता है,
अंधेरों में सिमटी जिंदगियों को आप योद्धा बनाते हैं, 
नई राहें दिखाते हैं, सींचते हैं, निखारते हैं,
हम ऋणी हैं आपके प्यार के, 
हम कर्जदार हैं आपके दुलार के, 
हम आभारी हैं आपके समर्पण के, 
आज नारी शक्ति का दिन है, 
धन्यवाद है हर नारी का इस संसार में, 
हर रूप में मां, बहन, बेटी, पत्नी, सखा, प्रेमिका, शिक्षिका और कई-कई रूप, 
नारी जो स्वच्छ बहता पानी है, जो हर रूप में, हर स्थिति में ढल जाती है, 
जिसके बिना जीवन अधूरा है, प्यासा है, 
नारी जिससे यह सृष्टि तृप्त होती है, जो जीवन आधार है, 
संसार में भगवान का भेजा हुआ साक्षात रूप है नारी, 
प्रकृति का दूजा नाम जिसे देवों ने भी सर्वस्व स्थान दिया है, 
शक्ति का मान, नारी क्यों आज तरसे है अपने ही सम्मान को?
स्वयं को पहचान, तुझ में शक्ति अपार है, 
स्वयं को नमन कर और आगे बढ़ चल, 
ठोकर मार उसे जो तेरा सम्मान करना न जाने, 
बढ़ चल, बढ़ चल, नई राहें तेरा रस्ता तके हैं, 
तेरे आंचल में हैं अपार खुशियां, 
आज नारी शक्ति का दिन है।
Womens like Arundhati Bhattacharya,Hillary clinton,Kiran bedi,Sania Mirza,Christina ligard,Archana Ramasundram,Arunima Sinha,Saina Nehwal have justified the above lines.
Lets have a look at what exactly are the targets of the 2030 Agenda:
1. Ensure that all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and Goal-4 effective learning outcomes till 2030
2. All girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development, care and pre- primary education so that they are ready for primary education by 2030
3. Terminate all discrimination against all women and girls by 2030.
4. End of violence against women and girls in the public and private spheres, including trafficking and sexual and other types of exploitation.
5. End practices like child, early and forced marriage and female genital mutilation.
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