International Women’s Day 2023: Five philanthropic Indian women who helped needy

International Women’s Day 2023: India always helps everyone in every way. Women have also helped people in one way or the other.

International Women’s Day is celebrated on 8 March and on this special occasion, here are those Indian women who have worked in public service. At the same time, helping the needy, and supporting the poor in their pain and suffering, has helped people by doing the work of an NGO.

These are the five philanthropic women of India:- 

1. Sunita Narayan

Environmentalist Sunita Narayan, who has always been aware of her efforts, is trying to increase the awareness of society regarding environmental protection. Along with this, Sunita Narayan’s role is very important in increasing the awareness of society on all dimensions of green fuel, environmental pollution, air pollution in metros, water pollution, noise pollution etc. due to Sunita’s contribution. She has been awarded the ‘Eudenberg Medal 2020’ by the UK’s City of Edinburgh Council.

2. Aruna Rai

Aruna Rai has made a lot of efforts to improve the life of the poor people of Rajasthan. Later, on 6 April 1995, a movement was organized in Beawar, Ajmer, for the implementation of the Right to Information Act. Aruna Rai’s role was important in making employment guarantees and the right to information law. Apart from this, she was also the founder of Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan. She has been honoured with several awards including the Magsaysay Award and the Mewar Seva Shree.

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3. Basanti Devi

Basanti Devi has always made incomparable efforts to protect the environment, and improve the country’s culture and people’s lives. She called upon women’s groups to save the Kosi river, and remove domestic violence, and oppression of women in society. A campaign to save the forests of Uttarakhand was launched through women’s groups. She was awarded the Padma Award 2022 last year.

4. Sindhutai Sapkal

Sindhutai Sapkal of Maharashtra became the mother of thousands of orphans, she gave shelter to the poor and orphaned children sitting on the railway station, footpath. She begged on the streets to fill her stomach. By becoming the mother of 1400 children, Sindhutai Sapkal became Mother Teresa of Maharashtra. She has received more than 700 awards.

5. Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa, is always remembered for her service to society and humanity. She made human service her goal at an early age and travelled to many countries to fulfil this goal. From Albania came to Ireland and then to India in 1929. Here she lived her life helping Indians. Later in the year 1948, she got Indian citizenship. She has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and Bharat Ratna.

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