These invisible women work in the homes, streets and markets in our cities, and yet we do not see them, or acknowledge their myriad contributions.

The majority of women in Indian cities -- those who belong to the poorer sections of our society and struggle against many odds to help provide for their families --found little space in the Women's Day celebrations last month.. .

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  • Re: Are we keeping our eyes open to Invisible Women Workers ?

    by » 7 years ago


    Really there are many women working in many ways in the city. There are many women sweepers, domestic helps etc. without whose contribution we would be helpless. 


    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
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  • Re: Are we keeping our eyes open to Invisible Women Workers ?

    by » 7 years ago


    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    Really there are many women working in many ways in the city. There are many women sweepers, domestic helps etc. without whose contribution we would be helpless. 

     

    And such services of women are never acknowledged. There are many who will never even care to know even the names of their maid servants.

     


  • Re: Are we keeping our eyes open to Invisible Women Workers ?

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    Really there are many women working in many ways in the city. There are many women sweepers, domestic helps etc. without whose contribution we would be helpless. 

     

    And such services of women are never acknowledged. There are many who will never even care to know even the names of their maid servants.

     

    Here I may add some more information.  I know as surveyor in my neighborhood whose mother works as his cashier and accountant and his wife helps him by typing on computer.  They are considered just as housewives or domestic women  Nobody will notice their contribution.  

     


    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: Are we keeping our eyes open to Invisible Women Workers ?

    by » 7 years ago


    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:
    rambabu wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    Really there are many women working in many ways in the city. There are many women sweepers, domestic helps etc. without whose contribution we would be helpless. 

     

    And such services of women are never acknowledged. There are many who will never even care to know even the names of their maid servants.

     

    Here I may add some more information.  I know as surveyor in my neighborhood whose mother works as his cashier and accountant and his wife helps him by typing on computer.  They are considered just as housewives or domestic women  Nobody will notice their contribution.  

     

    We have become a thankless lot in the wake of modernization. People are in such a hurry that they fail to even to acknowledge the contributions of others who work for them. We take things for granted.

     

     


    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Are we keeping our eyes open to Invisible Women Workers ?

    by » 7 years ago


    These professions are not visible yet they do most important task, most of times all these tend to be private jobs and most of times not visible to all. Though some of works are done in household and nothing to be publicly visible. 


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  • Re: Are we keeping our eyes open to Invisible Women Workers ?

    by » 7 years ago


    Their services are commendable and we should complement them for their thankless jobs. This makes a difference. they will be happy that someone is there to recognize their worth,


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