Women Empowerment Analysis

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Feminism & women empowerment are issues of table talk these days. Women are being made aware of their rights, their strengths & their equality with men on all the fronts. It is harder for a woman to survive in this big bad world dominated by men. It is even harder for an Indian woman to struggle for her identity in the Patriarchal society. Still , a woman, held in reverence as Goddess Shakti & Saraswati, has the potential to break open all the chains which are drawing her back, to realise her own true self.
It is an irony of fate that a female who is worshipped as Mother & Deity, is oblivious to her own true self. Conditioned by family & society, she tends to believe that she can nowhere exist without the support of her husband, or son or brother or any other male. A female’s identity is said to be an offshoot of a male’s identity in society.
Women Empowerment refers to increasing and improving the social, economic, political and legal strength of the women, to ensure equal-right to women, and to make them confident enough to claim their rights, such as:
• freely live their life with a sense of self-worth, respect and dignity,
• have complete control of their life, both within and outside of their home and workplace,
• to make their own
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She is engaged to Vijay (Rajkumar Rao) & is soon to get married. One day prior to her wedding, he tells her that he no longer wishes to marry her since his stay abroad has changed his lifestyle, tastes, likes & dislikes and her conservative background & habits would be a wrong match for him. Startled by this blunt refusal, Rani shuts herself in her room for a day. The very next day, Rani, wanting to take control of the situation, asks for her parents’ permission to go alone on her pre-booked honeymoon to Paris and Amsterdam. After initially hesitating, her parents agree, thinking that a vacation might cheer her
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