Indira Gandhi And Amrit Kaur Included In Time Magazine’s List Of ‘100 Women Of The Year’
Time magazine recently included former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and freedom fighter princess Amrit Kaur in the list of 100 powerful women of the world of the last century. Time magazine has named Rajkumari Amrit Kaur as the ‘Woman of the Year’ for the year 1947 and Indira Gandhi for the year 1976.
Time magazine has made a special cover for this. 100 influential women were selected out of 600 nominations after several months of the lengthy process by time staff and experts. The magazine said that now 100 women of the year are being given place to women who were always ignored.
Time magazine has included former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the list of 100 influential women of the last century. Time magazine has written in the introduction of Indira Gandhi that ‘Empress of India’ became the great authoritarian of India in the year 1976.
Time said of Indira Gandhi that she was the great administrator of India. In 1975, due to economic instability, demonstrations across the country rocked his government. He declared a state of emergency after elections were declared illegal.
Time magazine told in the introduction of Princess Amrit Kaur that the young princess returned to India in 1918 after studying in Oxford and she was very impressed by Mahatma Gandhi’s education soon. Impressed by Mahatma Gandhi’s ideas, Princess Kaur decided to join the freedom movement. Princess Amrit Kaur was born in the royal family of Kapurthala. He struggled to liberate India from colonial fetters. He held the Ministry of Health for ten years.
Time magazine featured designer Coco Chanel, writer Virginia Woof, Queen Elizabeth, actress Marilyn Monroe, Prince Diana, China’s pharmaceutical chemist Tu Yuu, Michelle Obama, and the first woman to head the UN’s Refugee Agency, and the only Japanese citizen, Sadako Ogata Huh.