Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Dr. Komaldeep Kaur, Deepinder Kaur
Equality for women is a hotly contested topic. In the past, they were finally gaining parity with males. However, during the post-Vedic and epic eras, they did encounter some challenges. They were frequently subjected to slave conditions. Their legal standings began shifting progressively towards the turn of the century. We might bring up Britain and the British here. Following India's independence, the country's leaders and constitutional drafters made a concerted effort to ensure that women have the same legal and social rights as males. Women have now reached and occupied all areas of respectable society. Some forms of prejudice and harassment persist in the society, though. Women have just recently begun to realize their full potential. As a result, we should all take care to elevate women's roles in society. The primary objective of this research is to show how gender equality affects society and how crucial it is to India's future.
Empowerment, Women, India, Society, Respect.
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