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Sepia Stories is a beautiful rendition of women of history in a minute long story telling video.
Our popular ‘back to history’ series is here again. This feature on Sepia Stories is on India’s first female barrister(…)
She was India’s first female judge in the Supreme Court of India. She began her career in the lower judiciary in Kerala and later rose
On World Photography Day remembering Homai Vyarawala’s pathbreaking efforts in capturing history in the footnotes of time with her charming cameras.
She is among the forgotten independent women of India. Begum Hazrat Mahal rebelled against the British East India Company during the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
She chose to go to college, work, marry outside her community, and become the frontforce for the Congress during the Independence Movement.
Indira Gandhi’s leadership skills put the spotlight on her quick, decisive and inspiring efforts
When the words queen and warrior are used for the same person, it ought to exude wonder, admiration and surprise.
Among India’s most prolific female politicians, Kaul had with five stints in the Parliament and was an activist in the freedom struggle
She regaled audiences with her coy humour, comfortable in her size and gifted wit
She resisted marriage at 8, pursued study & dance, and was recognised by Tagore.