These Inspiring Young Indian Women Are The Role Models For Many

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5. Mithali Raj


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Mithali Raj is the captain of the women’s national cricket team and the highest run-scorer in women’s international cricket and the only female cricketer to cross 6,000 runs in Women’s One Day International matches. As a result, she is the ideal role model for all young people worldwide who want to make a name for themselves in sports. She became the first player from India (male or female) to score 2000 runs in T20Is during the Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup in June 2018. She also became the first woman to play 20 years of international cricket in 2019. She has earned several national and international honors, including the Wisden Leading Woman Cricketer Trophy in the World; additionally, she has received the Arjuna Award and the Padma Shri.


6. Latika Nath


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Dr. Latika Nath, also known as India’s Tiger Princess, is a wildlife conservationist. Her job in India’s forests has also served as an inspiration to many wildlife experts. She knew from the start of her career that men dominated the fields of wildlife conservation and science, but she worked tirelessly to solve all of the challenges she faced. She has been working for tiger conservation in India since the 1990s. Mr. Nitin Gupta conferred the honorary title of “Her Daringness” on her in May 2020. (Former Ministerial Adviser, Australia). She is also the first Indian woman to receive a doctorate in tiger research.


7. Faye D’Souza


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The recent internet sensation Faye D’souza is doing a commendable job in the journalism field. She has thoroughly used the social media app, Instagram, to put forth honest facts and the current happenings around the world. She won the RedInk Award for ‘Journalist of the Year’ in 2018. She has been vocal about all the important things that could be easily ignored.


8. Dhivya Suryadevara


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Dhivya Suryadevara is paving the way for women to enter the automobile industry, which is essentially male-dominated. She is the Chief Financial Officer of General Motors and a Harvard graduate who has risen to the top of the company following years of experience in various key positions. She is undoubtedly a role model for women and young girls. She was also named a Leader to Watch in Fortune’s Most Powerful Women list.

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