Get Inspired | Why do we celebrate ‘INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY’ ?

International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on March 8. It was started as a movement to fight for women’s rights, socially, economically and politically. And it’s an ongoing process since then.

This day we celebrate and support the aspirations, the achievements, the progress they have made. So that upcoming generation understands the significance .

“Books are the best way to communicate, to inspire, to feel and to express”

Here are some books by women which can inspire you for a better tomorrow –

1.  BIG MAGIC – CREATIVE LIVING BEYOND FEAR

Elizabeth Gilbert the author of book EAT PRAY AND LOVE and CITY OF GIRLS has inspired millions with her writing, full of zest, vibrant life dreamed of.

Readers from all walks of life have drawn inspiration and empowerment. The author opens the perspective of creativity. She tells to embrace curiosity and discussed the approach, habits and attitude to live creative life,and find the hidden ‘string of Jewel’.

View it here : Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear

2. BECOMING

Michel Obama

It’s a memoir where she has discussed her personal experiences as a first lady, her public appearance or campaigns and her experience as mother, is a must read book.

View it here : Becoming

3. THE LAST GIRL – MY STORY OF CAPTIVITY AND MY FIGHT AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE

Nadia  Murad

She is winner of Nobel peace price, it’s an intimate memoir -which talks of her story , which is inspirational and harrowing .It a story of will to survive. And throws light on the brutality of Islamic state.

View it here : The Last Girl: My Story of Captivity and My Fight Against the Islamic State

4. LEAN IN – WOMEN, WORK AND THE WILL TO LEAD

Sheryl  Sand berg

It’s a book about to keep a balance in career pressure and meeting family demand.  Must read for all age group be it married, single, have kids or not. It’s gender neutral.

View it here : Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead

5. DIPA KARMAKAR – THE SMALL WONDER

The book consists of inspiring tale of a woman to achieve her goal. The challenges she faced and how she overcome it to become  India’s first female gymnast to compete in the Olympic.

View it here : Dipa Karmakar: The Small Wonder (India’s First Ever Female Gymnast to Compete in the Olympics)

Comment down below for more inspirational books.

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