From Rani Lakshmibai driving the historic national movement to Kalpana Chawla creating history in space science, from the famous mathematician Shakuntala Devi changing the math game to the youngest Noble Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai – the list of fiercely intelligent, powerful and inspirational women is endless.
Even mythology is witness to a woman’s power.
Debi Durga is the Mother of all creations. Debi Durga is 'Shakti' who had been entrusted with the enormous task of winning over the evil Mahishasura by the Gods Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara themselves. Debi Durga is omnipresent, an embodiment of power, peace and intelligence in all beings.
As we celebrate the power of the Goddess and her win over evil during Durga Pujo, let’s also not forget to celebrate the omnipresent embodiments of Shakti present all around us in society, and more importantly the Durgas in our lives who empower us as mothers, sisters or daughters. Durga Pujo is a perfect occasion to recognize the contributions of women and the way they empower the society.
Every woman is a Debi Durga. It’s commendable how efficiently these Durgas of our society tend to the needs of the family often while excelling professionally. From making a name in history or effortlessly managing the domestic household space – the contributions of a woman are incredible.
Let’s make this Durga Pujo a celebration of womanhood – a way to recognize and salute a woman’s strengths, her contributions and the sacrifices she makes in everyday life.
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