Indian ladies have dependably been seen by the world as the calm, resigned sort of ladies, with long hair, clad in a saree with heaps of gold jewelry, who like to be inside the house, and appreciate dealing with their families. Be that as it may, in each age, some ladies have constantly broken the generalizations, and turned out to be solid, free and multi-faceted. While, the Queen of Jhansi, Rani Lakshmi Bai, drove a whole armed force and died fighting, she was also an extraordinary cook at home, and dealt with the tremendous castle library. Mother Teresa, the encapsulation of love, took the desperate in her shadow and accommodated them. Such are the women of India, and there are a few more who lead the way today.
Here are the 10 Female Influencers of India Other Than Bollywood Actresses Who’re Winning Over People’s Hearts All Over The Nation.

Saina Nehwal

Nehwal became the first Indian woman to win a medal (bronze) at the 2012 London Olympics. Nehwal turned into the main Indian lady to win a decoration (bronze) at the 2012 London Olympics. Other firsts, as an Indian, in her kitty are winning the World Junior Badminton Championships and the Super Series competition, by securing the Indonesia Open in 2009. Arjuna Award, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award and the Padma Shri are some of the renowned awards she has won.

Faye D’Souza

Faye D’Souza is an Indian journalist and a TV news anchor. She works as the executive editor of Mirror Now, which is claimed by The Times Group. She rose to fame with the show The Urban Debate on Mirror Now, where she anchors on subjects of corruption, communal violence, women’s right and independent press. D’Souza has previously worked as an anchor and editorial lead on Investor’s Guide on ET Now a member of the CNBC TV18 newsroom.

Ekta Kapoor

Ekta Kapoor is an Indian Film/TV Producer and Director. She is the joint MD of Balaji Teleflims who is determined to strike a balance between the small and big screens.

Kaneez Surka

Kaneez Surka is a South African improv artist, actor, comedian and a YouTuber who works mainly in India. She started her career with the show The Week That Wasn’t.  She has npw performed on various stand up platforms and was also a part of the jury in the Amazon Prime stand-up comedy reality show Comicstaan. Presently, he also hosts an online comedy game show, ‘The General Fun Game Show’ on Youtube and is among the most influential women across the nation.

Barkha Dutt

Barkha Dutt is an Indian TV writer and journalist, and additionally the group editor with NDTV, noted for her brave reportage in the perilous states of the Kargil War. She has been honoured with a few national and universal honors, including India’s fourth most noteworthy non military honour, the Padma Shree. She has turned into the model for the depiction of present day female journalists in India.

Kiran Bedi

Kiran Bedi, 65, is a retired cop, and the principal lady officer, having joined the Indian Police Service in 1972. A former tennis player, the multi-skilled social extremist from Amritsar is credited for for bringing down the number of crimes against women in West Delhi during her service among other contributions, and became the first woman UN civilian police advisor. She also joined BJP in 2015.

Chanda Kochhar

In 2009, Chanda Kochhar became the youngest CEO and the first woman to head ICICI Bank, India’s largest private bank, and the overall second largest in the country. The woman from Jodhpur is one of the leading ladies in ranked world’s 43rd most powerful woman by Forbes, and has led ICICI to win several recognitions.

P V Sindhu

Pusarla Venkata Sindhu  is world no. 3 in the BWF World Ranking. She also became the first Indian women to win a silver medal in Olympic.

Laxmi Agarwal

Laxmi Agarwal, who survived a brutal acid attack by a man much older than her in 2005, is truly an aberration. She refused to let her disfigured face and inner demons ruin her life.
In 2006, Laxmi had filed a PIL seeking framing of a new amendment to the existing criminal laws for dealing with the offence, besides demanding compensation for victims and a total ban on sale of acid. She succeeded on most counts, but unfortunately, the ground reality still remains the same.
Nonetheless, Laxmi carries on with her activism against acid attacks and prefers being called a survivor and not a victim. Braving all odds, she has managed to live as normal a life as possible.

Roshni Nadar Malhotra

Roshni Nadar, 31, HCL CEO and executive director, the heir to the reins of HCL Corporation-the holding company of the $6.2 Billion HCL group. She also runs many trust organizations under the name of Shiv Nadar Foundation one of them is Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering in Chennai. She is considered as one of the most powerful businesswomen in India and also ranked 57th on the Forbes World’s 100 Most Powerful Women list.

The list of the influential women of modern India does not end here. There are several other women from different walks of life who hold the power to constantly inspire and influence the youth of India.

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