International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 7, Part E (2018)
Women empowerment and Dr. BR Ambedkar
Malwadkar Tejas Laxman
In society and family the women is having secondary status and is supposed to serve to husband and children. The religious ceremony and rituals are mostly concentrated on male. The status of women in India is seen as inconstant and changing accordingly the ages. In ancient period she enjoyed higher status and dignity whereas, later period she was bounded with restrictions and limitations and remain as puppet in the hands of patriarchy and religion. In modern period a movement against agony of the women is initiated and still the efforts are being made to free from the clutches and enable to enjoy human rights based on social justice.
How to cite this article:
Malwadkar Tejas Laxman. Women empowerment and Dr. BR Ambedkar. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(7): 324-325.