Behind every successful woman is HERSELF! Little surprise then that the International Women’s Day is a celebration of womanhood in all her New Age Glory. A celebration of the long way that SHE has come. A celebration of HER beauty, sensitivity, love, courage, grit, sacrifice and tenderness. Most importantly, it is a celebration of having HER in our lives, our families, our friendships and our society.
Very few know that the International Women’s Day was first mooted in 1911 to honor women’s rights and to build support for achieving their right to vote and to hold public office, right to work, to vocational training and putting an end to discrimination in jobs. During International Women’s Year in 1975, the United Nations began celebrating International Women’s Day on March 8. Since then, women have walked a long way and the year 2019 is celebrating this International Women’s Day with the theme – “Think Equal, Build Smart, and Innovate for Change”.
We, at Live Nagpur, believe in this the me and therefore, invite you today to join us in raising a toast to the success, initiative and vision of some of the women from our very own city who have made us proud.
Social worker and art patron.
Banker and Singer.
Directorate of Textiles, Government of Maharashtra.
She is also the recipient of DD Sahyadri’s “Hirakani Award” 2016. Excellence in Governance Awards 2019 – in field of Child Development – by Indian Express Group.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Branch)
One who proved that politics can be of the people, by the people and for the people.
She is also a kho kho player and a well known compere. She is in the forefront as an organiser in of cultural and literary events.
She was the first lady elected as the President of High Court Bar Association Nagpur.
She is World and Asian Yoga Champion and has won 19 medals for India. She is also known as the ‘Golden Girl’ of Nagpur.
Put the city on international map with her performance including a presentation at Rashtrapati Bhavan during the Obama visit.
She is working for the neglected dimension of Palliative care.
Bharatiya Janta Yuva Morcha, President
Paediatrician, Former Dean GMC and IGMC
Chief Executive – Operations, L’amour
She is the Founder and Director of Centre Point School of Groups, Nagpur.
Architect and a Heritage activist
Former Academician and Vice President of Saksham .
She works with differently abled kids. She has organised squint eye surgeries for 600 kids.
Academician and Former Secretary Vardan
She teaches the under privileged kids at Akshar.
E- Rikshaw Driver
She is one of the few lady riders in the city.
Ayurvedic Doctor and a Proprietor
She has won the award for ‘Best Business Plan for Garbhanukar’. She is also an expert panel member of First Cry to help parents all across the country.
Ana is a Team Leader for incoming global volunteer at AISSEC, Nagpur. She works with various organisations to carter the different needs of the society.
Founder of Zero Gravity
She aims to create living and learning space for under privileged kids.
Secretary, Koshish Foundation
Her organisation spreads awareness about pre and post natal care for women in the slum areas.
Anasuya Kale Chabbrani
President, Swachha Organisation.
Her organisation creates an awareness about Waste Management.
Spiritual Counsellor and life coach.
Chairperson Vidarbha Industries Association Lady Entrepreneurs Wing
Secretary of Vidharba Industrial association ( ladies entrepreneur wing)
She is currently helping women entrepreneurs to join and enhance their enterprise by serving , as a secretary Vidharba Industrial association ( ladies entrepreneur wing) and as a treasurer at Jawahar mahila manch, Jawahar Vidyarthi Gruh, Nagpur.