A country where women were subdued and named
By the society as "abala' or weak, delicate, powerless;
Proved to be an amazing eye-opener for the entire nation,
As hundreds of women marched with gusto, style,
Their head held high with courage, determination,
To strive hard to make their country proud,
With their achievements, deeds, vitality of
Untiring strength and unbeatable vision for India.
The capital of India - Delhi was cold and foggy,
Yet, the girls, women of India remained
Undeterred by the cold weather,
Undampened by hardships,
They just were unstoppable!
As they marched and marched towards victory,
Saluting their country of its rich, cultural, spiritual heritage
Bowing down to the martyred soldiers for their brave sacrifices.
It is a proud moment for all Indians to see our girls dominating the parade at Republic Day celebration. Salute to their courage and bravery. Very nice poem.
Women power is a reality! I am glad women are proving their might in every field. Thanks for writing this wonderful tribute to women. Bravo!
INDIRA GANDHI AND SONIA were India's supreme LADIES as was SAROJINI NAIDU LATA MANGESHKr and many more Congrats NI
Beautiful pen picture drawn highlighting women empowerment... well done! Congrats!
Nothing to beat women power ☺
The poem is truly a tribute to India's emerging Nari Shakti (empowered women) . Today, they are flying fighter jets and participating in other fields also with remarkable success and competence. Hats off to all women and their achievements.
Power of Woman- none can deny; woman and man can decorates the wold beautiful equally; great inspired poem
Part 2. And a proud father of a great daughter.
True, Geeta. It is a moment of pride for every Indian that women have claimed their rightful place in every field in India, including armed forces. I am proud to belong to an India Where women are respected.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem
Geeta, it's always a great pleasure to read your poetry. And on an occasion like this...it's an honour. You've done an amazing job in saluting the girls and women of India for their determination, strength and bravery in their fight for equality!