Famous women in history – Our sheroes who always deserves to be recognized and celebrated all time. They have always been a constant source of inspiration for every girl and women in this male dominating society.
Let us read about these famous women in history, who has broken all stereotypes and records. Be it business or acting or sports women have conquered all the fields and they've done it brilliantly. Not to forget the moms (homemakers) who actually make our house a home.
Here are some of the most Famous women in history whose achievements and contribution to the world can never be forgotten!!
Open your hands to serve, and your heart to love.
Mother Teresa has always been an inspiration to countless millions for her lifelong devotion to the neediest and most vulnerable people of the world. The selflessness and sacrifice with which she lived her own life made her an international symbol of charitable work. She aimed at looking after those who had nobody to look after them. She won Nobel Peace Prize in 1979, which she donated entirely to the poor.
Don’t go by the rule book. Lead from the heart not the head.
A very true inspiring lady, Princess Diana has remained in the hearts and thoughts of people all over the world. Princess Diana was a well-loved "people's princess". She devoted her whole life to charity work; she also led a nobel Peace Prize-winning campaign to ban landmines. She also worked with organizations to work for homeless youth.
Power is loving someone unconditionally, without expecting anything in return..to just give. That takes courage because nobody wants to leave himself open to hurt.
She emerged in the 80's, when almost all the top artists in the world were men and bands, but after her, almost all would be female singers. Even many critics are saying that she still with the same status and is unrivaled by any of her colleagues. Madonna has achieved an unprecedented level of power, popularity, and control for a woman in the entertainment industry.
Being liberated means a woman must feel free to be herself, not in comparison to a man but in context to her own capacity and her personality.
India’s first female Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, ruled the country with an iron fist – thereby earning herself the title ‘Iron Lady of India’. Serving as the Prime Minister of India for 3 consecutive terms, Indira Gandhi evokes images of a strong and determined woman. She learned the ropes of politics from an early age. Indira Gandhi is also credited with supporting India’s nuclear weapons program which helped establish India as a formidable strong force. She is also known for boosting the Green Revolution, a program which enabled India to not only become self-sufficient in terms of food supply, but also established India’s presence as a major food exporter in the world.