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The most powerful women of Hindu mythology

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Indian women from Hindu mythology are unique
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    Indian women from Hindu mythology are unique. Their stories of love, valour, courage and righteousness as well as revenge and hatred are examples for modern day women. While every story of a woman in Hindu mythology captures intere sts among people, there are some who fit the bill of really strong and powerful women. These women inspire us in many ways and Indian women even relate to them today.

    These women are - Sita, the heroine of the Ramayana and the wife of King Rama of Ayodhya; Draupadi, the heroine of the Mahabharata and the wife of the five Pandava princes; Mandodari, the wife of Raavan, King of Lanka; Ahliya, the wife of the Sage Gautama and Tara, the wife of Bali, the tyrant monkey king who usurped the kingdom of Kishkindha.

    Each of these women has displayed extra ordinary virtues and strong character. Let’s know more about them in this story.
  • +6 See more slides
    Indian women from Hindu mythology are unique. Their stories of love, valour, courage and righteousness as well as revenge and hatred are examples for modern day women. While every story of a woman in Hindu mythology captures intere sts among people, there are some who fit the bill of really strong and powerful women. These women inspire us in many ways and Indian women even relate to them today.

    These women are - Sita, the heroine of the Ramayana and the wife of King Rama of Ayodhya; Draupadi, the heroine of the Mahabharata and the wife of the five Pandava princes; Mandodari, the wife of Raavan, King of Lanka; Ahliya, the wife of the Sage Gautama and Tara, the wife of Bali, the tyrant monkey king who usurped the kingdom of Kishkindha.

    Each of these women has displayed extra ordinary virtues and strong character. Let’s know more about them in this story.
  • +6 See more slides
    Indian women from Hindu mythology are unique. Their stories of love, valour, courage and righteousness as well as revenge and hatred are examples for modern day women. While every story of a woman in Hindu mythology captures intere sts among people, there are some who fit the bill of really strong and powerful women. These women inspire us in many ways and Indian women even relate to them today.

    These women are - Sita, the heroine of the Ramayana and the wife of King Rama of Ayodhya; Draupadi, the heroine of the Mahabharata and the wife of the five Pandava princes; Mandodari, the wife of Raavan, King of Lanka; Ahliya, the wife of the Sage Gautama and Tara, the wife of Bali, the tyrant monkey king who usurped the kingdom of Kishkindha.

    Each of these women has displayed extra ordinary virtues and strong character. Let’s know more about them in this story.
  • +6 See more slides
    Indian women from Hindu mythology are unique. Their stories of love, valour, courage and righteousness as well as revenge and hatred are examples for modern day women. While every story of a woman in Hindu mythology captures intere sts among people, there are some who fit the bill of really strong and powerful women. These women inspire us in many ways and Indian women even relate to them today.

    These women are - Sita, the heroine of the Ramayana and the wife of King Rama of Ayodhya; Draupadi, the heroine of the Mahabharata and the wife of the five Pandava princes; Mandodari, the wife of Raavan, King of Lanka; Ahliya, the wife of the Sage Gautama and Tara, the wife of Bali, the tyrant monkey king who usurped the kingdom of Kishkindha.

    Each of these women has displayed extra ordinary virtues and strong character. Let’s know more about them in this story.
  • +6 See more slides
    Indian women from Hindu mythology are unique. Their stories of love, valour, courage and righteousness as well as revenge and hatred are examples for modern day women. While every story of a woman in Hindu mythology captures intere sts among people, there are some who fit the bill of really strong and powerful women. These women inspire us in many ways and Indian women even relate to them today.

    These women are - Sita, the heroine of the Ramayana and the wife of King Rama of Ayodhya; Draupadi, the heroine of the Mahabharata and the wife of the five Pandava princes; Mandodari, the wife of Raavan, King of Lanka; Ahliya, the wife of the Sage Gautama and Tara, the wife of Bali, the tyrant monkey king who usurped the kingdom of Kishkindha.

    Each of these women has displayed extra ordinary virtues and strong character. Let’s know more about them in this story.
  • +6 See more slides
    Indian women from Hindu mythology are unique. Their stories of love, valour, courage and righteousness as well as revenge and hatred are examples for modern day women. While every story of a woman in Hindu mythology captures intere sts among people, there are some who fit the bill of really strong and powerful women. These women inspire us in many ways and Indian women even relate to them today.

    These women are - Sita, the heroine of the Ramayana and the wife of King Rama of Ayodhya; Draupadi, the heroine of the Mahabharata and the wife of the five Pandava princes; Mandodari, the wife of Raavan, King of Lanka; Ahliya, the wife of the Sage Gautama and Tara, the wife of Bali, the tyrant monkey king who usurped the kingdom of Kishkindha.

    Each of these women has displayed extra ordinary virtues and strong character. Let’s know more about them in this story.
  • +6 See more slides
    Indian women from Hindu mythology are unique. Their stories of love, valour, courage and righteousness as well as revenge and hatred are examples for modern day women. While every story of a woman in Hindu mythology captures intere sts among people, there are some who fit the bill of really strong and powerful women. These women inspire us in many ways and Indian women even relate to them today.

    These women are - Sita, the heroine of the Ramayana and the wife of King Rama of Ayodhya; Draupadi, the heroine of the Mahabharata and the wife of the five Pandava princes; Mandodari, the wife of Raavan, King of Lanka; Ahliya, the wife of the Sage Gautama and Tara, the wife of Bali, the tyrant monkey king who usurped the kingdom of Kishkindha.

    Each of these women has displayed extra ordinary virtues and strong character. Let’s know more about them in this story.

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