A study on Muslim Women Political Participation in India

Dr. B.E. George Dimitrov, Mrs. Noblelyne Nongkynrih


Women are the most vulnerable categories in the field of social, political, economical, cultural and in other development activities. The patriarchal and feudal setups do not allow the empowerment of women in the various fields of development. Though it has been a tougher task of empowering women from various forms of socials evils against them, they are still showing positive signs of empowerment in various fields of development. Likewise, women empowerment in each and every religion shows shocking statistics that even today a set of community is been neglected by their traditional taboos in education, employment and in economic generation activities. Muslims are the second largest community in the world where their male counterparts and women counterparts are neglected in all the means of development in developing countries. Particularly when it comes to Muslim women are the most vulnerable categories where they are excluded in the means of availing education, employment, health & sanitation and neglected from their basic rights.

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