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10 Indian Women : Who Were the First to Do What They Did / Shruthi Rao

By: Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: Chennai : Duckbill, 2019.Description: 106 p. : ill. ; 20 cmISBN:
  • 9789387103207
ISSN:
  • 938710320X
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 23 305.4891411 RAO
Contents:
Savitri Bai Phule, Kadambini Ganguly, Cornelia Sorabji, Anasuya Sarabhai, Jaddan Bai Hussain, Lakshmi Sahgal, Indira Gandhi, A Lalitha, C B Muthamma, P T Usha
Summary: ls the stories of ten Indian women who were pioneers in diverse fields. While their stories and challenges are different, what is common is that they all opened up the way for all women to achieve their dreams. Savitribai Phule | kadambini Ganguly | cornelia sorabji | anusuya Sarabhai | jaddan Bai Hussain | Lakshmi Sahgal | Indira Gandhi | a Lalitha | CB muthamma | Pt Usha award-winning writer Shruthi Rao writes absorbing tales of the lives, times and societies that these women lived and worked in.
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Children's Corner CUTN Central Library Children's Corner Reference 305.4891411 RAO (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Not For Loan 43630

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Savitri Bai Phule, Kadambini Ganguly, Cornelia Sorabji, Anasuya Sarabhai, Jaddan Bai Hussain, Lakshmi Sahgal, Indira Gandhi, A Lalitha, C B Muthamma, P T Usha

ls the stories of ten Indian women who were pioneers in diverse fields. While their stories and challenges are different, what is common is that they all opened up the way for all women to achieve their dreams. Savitribai Phule | kadambini Ganguly | cornelia sorabji | anusuya Sarabhai | jaddan Bai Hussain | Lakshmi Sahgal | Indira Gandhi | a Lalitha | CB muthamma | Pt Usha award-winning writer Shruthi Rao writes absorbing tales of the lives, times and societies that these women lived and worked in.

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