Women inspire women, and this is so true in the case of Mengaluru Mangalore woman Jane D’souza. You will find Neerja Bhanot, Kittur Rani Chennamma from Karnataka and Abbakka Rani from Megaluru Mangalore in her stamp collection.
So, now that we are in June, Mother’s Day is long gone. All those misty-eyed posts about how mothers are divine beings and all those articles that talk about why mothers are the superheroes of the world are done and dusted.
When compared to the women of the previous generations, today’s women are a lot different. Just in the past decade, a lot of changes have been cropping up in the way that women are seen in society. Male chauvinistic, regressive and even ageist attitudes are gradually receding.
Amid the booming entrepreneurs and peers of her age who are busy checking their bank accounts, she is showing the way for people like us that one's real asset is spreading smiles and living for the welfare of the people.