In a study was done to say forty-six percent of marriages end in divorce Harvey The country where women are kept in ignorance is destined to be doomed. In the villages, they work side by side with men in the fields and look after animals at home.
Hence, attempts to provide de jure equality to women must be carried to their logical conclusion. Let me do some number crunching: As per Census, there are women for every men in India. They were not allowed to vote while men took care of having JOBS and paying any bills that had to be paid.
She is a professional also…show more content… At home the most important person is in most of the cases is the mother.
It was a sin for women to give birth to a girl baby, either they were killed, buried alive or thrown away by the male head of the family.
After marriage, they give birth to children.
The role of Pakistani women in their families revolves around well-established conventions of male supremacy and female sub ordinance. Women are treated more like slaves in Sakuntala, while they are seen more like equals in The Odyssey.
Social workers for the guidance of women and children in our village and town streets, houses, markets and public places like parks, railway and bus stations, and health centers are urgently needed. They ought to be provided with the loans for small industries.
Today, women are freer and are liberated from their traditional roles as housewives, and are pursuing their hopes and dreams. They are entering public services as class I and class II officers in the executive Jobs as judicial magistrates, civil judges, income-tax officers, customs officers, school, college and university teachers and various other crucial jobs.