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Bijawat, Swati; Chouhan, Harshita; Priyadarshani, Loveely (2015)
Publisher: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Journal: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences
A women is a women, she is not a mans shadow of herself, even not an attachment, or an auxiliary neither an unwanted and neglected other. Rather she is overwhelmed with Power, Patience and Care. From a new born till she turns old; she plays several key roles loaded with responsibilities and sacrifices. She is a woman of this century and even centuries of the past and the coming future. A mother, sister, wife and daughter are the sacred relations attached with a woman. A woman who is a survivor by birth the one who have the power to create even her and the destiny of her family. A middle class woman of India is not less than a valiant fighter who fights with conditions, she dedicates her life to her family and children, meanwhile she also stand high in every commercial sector be it government, health, fashion or education. That is to say, for middle class Indian women, there is simultaneously empowerment and surveillance in the defining elements of modern urban life. Gone are the days when young middle class women were confined to the four walls of the house busy in nurturing the younger ones and the members of the family. Through this article we are not highlighting any richest or most successful woman leader, model or actress but introducing you a common Indian Women of India who is categorized under the middle-classed-Indian-women tag. We interviewed 5 middle class women from Ajmer Rajasthan, who hails from different professional, social and religious backgrounds but their common goal is to fight with every odds they face and sacrifice with their needs to keep their family and society contented. The objective of our article is to highlight the emerging new middle class Rajasthani women who are very educated, aware, and responsible and are a fighter by birth. Through this manuscript we want to gather a stream of thoughts encompassing their problems, day to day struggles, means of happiness and their tale of progression and success.

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