Little Girl with Dreams Became Woman with Vision

Posted by The Open Page | 19th November 2017

“Little Girl with Dreams Became Woman with Vision”
Most Powerful Indian Woman, Indira Gandhi was born on 19th November 1917 – and died on 31st October1984 ,went confidently in the direction of her dreams and lived her life as she had imagined and given message to the world that future you dreams , is the future you find for you, 
Extent yourself to reach at height,. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.
Indira Gandhi was a lady who has achieved her popularity not on the guarantee of her father but at the on the guarantee of the quality of the work done by her, Very soon she learnt to get along by herself and served her life  as an Indian politician, She was the Prime Minister of India for about15 years across two spells and is everywhere regarded as one of the most important woman personality in the history of South Asian politics. 
She remains the 2nd longest serving Prime Minister of India ever, just behind her father Jawaharlal Nehru, the country’s first ever Prime Minister. Indira Gandhi was  well known for her inspiring speeches that she delivered all over the country. Some of her quotes are still repeated by politicians across party lines to this day due to their resonance. 
She use to say to the country people.” I don't mind if my life goes in the service of the nation. If I die, every drop of my blood will invigorate the nation. 
It was  not smooth start for her also, when this courageous lady  (no relation to Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi) was elected  as   an Indian Prime Minister in 1966, news has given a cover line to read, "Troubled India in a Woman's Hands." Those stable hands went on to guide India, not without controversy, for much of the next two decades through a period of decreased economic activity , shortage, the detonation of the nation's first atomic bomb, a corruption scandal and a civil war in neighboring Pakistan that, under her guidance, led to the creation of a new state, Bangladesh. 
When we talk about her family background  “Nehru-Gandhi family”, we believe that she was born with golden spoon and  it was  a great advantage to belong to such a royal family,which is largely true, but it may not have held true at all points.  Indira does not gained too much on account of the DNA alone; it is fame is  after her 17-year hardship contribution towards nation which has enlightened her career and  the next generations gained significantly from the legacy. 
she always  go  ahead with her  decisions, no matter how controversial, no matter who else thought them to be right or wrong, and doing what she thought she wanted to do, what anyone else thought be damned. 
India has achieved tangible success through advancements of the Green Revolution. She introduced  high-yield seeds and irrigation, eventually producing a surplus of grains. Moreover she led her country into the nuclear age with the detonation of an underground device in 1974.
In 1999, Indira was named "Woman of the Millennium" .
Some days are just bad days, that's all !!! tears come from the heart  to say that It's  very sad when someone you know becomes someone you knew. On 31,October 1984 ,She was killed by her two bodyguard. 
In the history of our country she has  travelled as  our great leader and achieved victory . She has worked out for country  beyond our reach. She made  the flames of creating positive deeds flare up across the country, Given  spark to  woman that they are no behind  and proved that Inside every woman, there is a hidden power and ability .
She has worked  hard for what she  wanted and  remained  strong and courageous even if somebody puts her down or in critics .  She just  kept faith  on her believing which  turned the out  in positive for the country people.. 

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