Rajasthan State Road Transport has a gift for all women of the state. On the occasion of International Women’s Day Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation has decided to make bus rides free for women on 8th March’17 till the midnight.
The offer can be availed on all buses except Ac & Volvo ones.
As the saying goes, “There is a woman at the beginning of all great things”. Women of Rajasthan prove it right through their deeds. They have made great strides in their career field and today, they are walking along with their male counterparts in bringing great glory to their names.
It’s not just another day, it’s the day when the world celebrates and glorifies the importance of woman and womanhood. Although much has been done in the world to highlight the fact that woman must enjoy the equal right, opportunities and respect as men do, the Women’s Day is perhaps among the few days in the year during which the importance of woman is recognized, glorified and celebrated at its best.
On this International Women’s Day, we applaud and highlight the name of women of Rajasthan who worked hard and are today successful in their chosen field of work.
The name certainly does not need any introduction. An erstwhile Maharani of Dholpur and the current Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Vasundra Raje is an influential name in the politics of Rajasthan.
Born in Jaipur Kachawaha Rajpoot Family, Chhavi Rajawat is the first woman Sarpanch in India with an MBA degree. Among several female politicians, her name is also an exception to the rule that women do not have what it takes to be successful politicians.
Today, Shreya Ghosal is a renowned singer in the Bollywood singing world. She spent her early days of life in Rawatbhata and acquired her initial training from a classical singer belonging to Kota city. Her singing talent has made her win many awards in the field of singing. She was also honored from the U.S. state ofOhio, wherein governor Ted Strickland declared 26 June as “Shreya Ghoshal Day”.