It is a truth, universally acknowledged that we rarely get to realize the depth that this statement with a pink background carries. Times have changed a lot and the Woman Power (quite much the way in which we measure HP) is now the true driving force behind all that matters and in every field. The saying that behind every successful man there is a woman cannot be distorted and coined as Behind Every Successful Woman There Is A Man. The roles just cannot be inter-changed. Behind every successful woman, is, actually, another woman.
Why is there a need for us to highlight this fact time and again? What is it that is making the International Woman’s Day more of a meaningful celebration rather than it being just a day to remember? One has to realize that the ladies of the present day are becoming more and more self-reliant, independent, free, self-governing and very powerful.
The Vatel Hotel and Tourism Business School, the only school of Vatel France, exclusively with the Sushant University (Erstwhile Ansal University) in the Indian Sub-Continent celebrated the Woman’s Day with full pomp and show. The students did an audio-visual presentation, enumerating the achievements and accolades that the ladies of the past and the present day have been conferred upon. This may be called as a futile attempt, as many more would have been added by the time this list could finish. Monday, March 8, 2021 was dedicated forwards reveling about the woman power getting even stronger over the last two decades which has not only acquired a strong position for itself but also has taken deep roots into almost all walks of life and is ready to take the world on at all angles.
With the majority of deans of the university being ladies, the manifestation of the fact indeed became very evident and apt for the occasion. Students created decorations and illustrations in the areas of celebrations and, of course, indulged in a bit of partying and, indeed in a few jam sessions. Chef Sunil of the Vatel School baked a cake in a large W shape, which, of course, had many shades of pink, studded with fresh strawberries.
“Over the years the, care, concern and respect for ladies has grown several times across the globe and we now see a great change in India as well, though, we all need to get together and do a lot in terms of highlighting this feminine superiority amongst our villages and in the rural areas of our great Motherland” Said Dr. Garima Parkash, dean, Vatel Hotel and Tourism Business School.