The scope of contribution of women of Kayastha society in the overall development and building of the nation is unlimited – Latest Bihar News. Current News of Bihar IG News

Destinations are achieved only by those who have life in their dreams. Nothing happens with wings, courage takes flight. Only men can contribute to social service. Breaking this myth, many women of Kayastha society have set an example. A nation can become strong only when its every citizen is strong. In this too, the role of women is at the forefront. She plays this role as a mother in the family. Its contribution to nation building has a long history. The account of the women of Kayastha society and their contribution in the overall development and construction of the nation is unlimited, however, she has strongly completed her participation in the country’s all-round development and society.

Maintaining the independence of their existence, they have gone 4 steps ahead of men too. While on one hand Indian women are working in various fields including law, academics, literature, music, dance, sports, media, industry, IT, women have made significant contribution in the field of social reforms. Many women born in Kayastha clan are proving their mettle by playing an important role in every field. From household to social service and job profession, she is showing her efficient leadership. It is the courage and spirit of women who, along with taking care of the family, are achieving success by doing social service and jobs.

Women make family, family makes home, home makes society and society makes country. Its direct meaning is that the contribution of women is everywhere. It is futile to imagine the society by ignoring the potential of women. Without education and women empowerment, development of family, society and country cannot take place. Subhadra Kumari Chauhan,Mahadevi Verma,Vindhyavasni Devi,Shobhana Samarth,Nutan,Suchitra Sen,Sushma Seth,Shobhana Kamat,Shefalika VermaAnamika Kishore]Shobhana Narayan,Tanuja,Kanak Lata Baruah,Tara Rani Srivastava,Shanti Ghosh,Pushpa Lata Das,Nina Roy Many Kayastha born women like Asha Sahay Rama Devi Chowdhary played a remarkable role in the overall development of the country.

Four lines of Subhadra Kumari Chauhan’s poem ‘Khoob Ladi Mardani Woh To Jhansi Wali Rani Thi’ had inspired the entire country for the freedom struggle. His only poem ‘Jhansi ki Rani’ has become the necklace of the people. On the strength of this one poem, she has become immortal in Hindi literature. Subhadrakumari Chauhan was not only a poetess, she also had an invaluable contribution in the freedom struggle of the country. Subhadra ji’s personality has left a deep mark in the political, social and cultural life of North India. No other woman like her, who has made such a huge contribution to a country and ethnic identity in the short life of only 44 years, is remembered so soon. Subhadrakumari’s poem ‘Jhansi Ki Rani’ is the epic of Mahajivan. In this poem of only a few lines, he has written the epic of a vast life.

Subhadra ji has also become a legend along with ‘Jhansi ki Rani’ from the mythical world he has created in this poem by taking inspiration from folk life and borrowing from folk beliefs. This song of valor has forever been written in golden letters in Indian history. The secular society that we are determined to build today and are striving to create an environment of communal harmony- Subhadra ji in her poems long ago had expressed these aspects of Indian culture. Life elements were underlined. Mahadevi Verma is considered an important pillar in Hindi literature along with Jaishankar Prasad, Suryakant Tripathi Nirala and Sumitranandan Pant, the main pillars of the shadowist era. Apart from being a great poet, she is also known as one of the best prose writers in Hindi literature.

Mahadevi Verma was not only a famous poet and a well-known writer, but she was also a great social reformer. He laid special emphasis on the empowerment of women and greatly promoted women’s education. Mahadevi Verma ji had taken many important and revolutionary steps to give women their rights in the society and proper respect. From childhood, Mahadevi Verma had a feeling of compassion and kindness towards mere living beings. He used to take care of even the puppies whining in the cold. She used to take care of animals and birds and spend her days playing with them. This was the reason that after completing her studies, she wanted to become a monk by taking Buddhist initiation in 1929, but after coming in contact with Mahatma Gandhi, she got involved in social service. She was also fond of painting since childhood.

She used to fulfill this hobby by carving pictures on the earth with coal etc. The pain, compassion, anguish, rebellion, philosophy and spirituality in his personality and the fluid, subtle and tender feelings expressed by him in his poetry, the seeds of all these had been sown in his condition, which later germinated and flourished continuously. Keep happening Nutan is remembered in the Indian cinema world as an actress who changed the traditional thought of using actresses in films as mere showpieces and gave them a different identity. Vimal Rai’s films ‘Sujata’ and ‘Bandini’ were Nutan’s memorable films, through which Nutan raised social consciousness. From the film ‘Seema’, Nutan embodied the strong character of a rebellious heroine on the silver screen. Nutan’s mother Shobhan Samarth and sister Tanuja also acted in several social films.

Often our history has given less place to the heroines in the line of people who got ready to die for the country. Kanaklata Baruah is also the youngest heroine who sacrificed her life for the country. Kanaklata was inclined towards the national freedom movement since childhood. Kanakalata joined Mrityu Bahini. At this time his age was less than 18 years. On September 20, 1942, in a secret meeting, it was decided to hoist the tricolor flag at Tezpur court. On all sides of Gahpur police station, the procession of people from all four directions had started joining. Kanaklata was leading the procession holding the tricolor flag in both hands.

The in-charge of the police station, Rebati Mohan Som, was already ready to take action against the revolutionaries’ movement. Mrityu Bahini’s caravan came close to Tay police station. The sky started echoing with the slogans of the people present in the procession. The in-charge of the police station, PM Som, stood in front to stop the procession and warned that if the procession went ahead, the result would not be good. Kanaklata said that their struggle is not with the police, they are just doing their duty. And the procession did not stop and the procession was fired upon by the police. The first bullet hit Kanaklata on the chest. The second bullet hit Mukund Kakoti, killing him instantly. Even after the death of these two, the barrage of bullets continued. But their sacrifice did not go in vain and finally the tricolor was hoisted at the police station. Similarly, many women born in Kayastha clan have done the work of awakening social consciousness.


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