Legal Rights for the Empowerment of Women: An Analytical Study
Keywords:legal rights and empowerment, Legal Rights for the Empowerment of Women: An Analytical Study, Protective Law(s) for Women's
In India the status of women is very low in comparison to men. They treated as a subordinate in the society. Women in independent India have more rights than their counterparts in many other countries of the world. But most of our women are not very much conscious of their rights. If we talk about rural women, they are totally unaware about their rights due to high intensity of patriarchal values in the family. They are only busy in child bearing and other household activities. Such unawareness and less education make them feeble in comparison to men. Through the present paper the attempt has been made to focus on the status of women in Ancient India and in present India and their legal rights.
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AIR 1997SC 3014
Article 14 of the Indian Constitution
Article 15(1) of the Indian Constitution
Article 15(4) of the Indian Constitution
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