About The Campaign
On the occasion of International Women's Day 2023, Times Now dedicates a special series titled 'Indian Superwomen: The Path To Glory' to India's daughters, who have made the country proud at several sporting events. This initiative is supported by Morpheus Dare To Dream Music Cards.
As part of this initiative, Times Now spoke with ten women athletes, whose ‘Dare To Dream’ spirit have made the country proud on many occasions. These Indian Superwomen have not only won laurels for the country, but have also brought a change in the society.
From Bhavina Patel, who was diagnosed with polio at the age of one after which her life hit a roadblock to Deepika Kumari, who did not have access to proper washrooms while training in a remote village, the 'Indian Superwoman: The Path To Glory' series covers the incredible journeys of these female athletes, who were determined to carve an identity of their own.
These superwomen have ‘Dared To Dream’ big and through hard work, determination and support of their families, have fulfilled their dreams as well.
Deepika Kumari: Indian Superwoman who has won several medals for India in archery
Vandana Katariya: Indian Superwoman who overcame society's taunts to script history at Olympics
Nitu Ghanghas: Indian Superwoman who idolises Mary Kom, packs a punch inside the ring
Bhavina Patel: Indian Superwoman who battled polio to script history for India at Paralympics in TT
Astam Oraon: Indian Superwoman who fulfilled her father's dream of performing in football
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