When God created man he also created woman.
The word ‘woman’ encompasses the word ‘man’ she shows a man what love and care, sharing and sacrifice are all about. The origin of a child is a woman about whom it is rightly said the hand rocks the cradle rules the world.
Rig Veda places women on a high pedestal of sublimity:
“Where woman are respected, there dwell gods”
Schiller too has rightly said:
“Honour women! They entwine and weave heavenly roses in our earthly life”.
Behind every man there is a woman. Great men are made by their mothers, wives, sisters and daughters.
Julius Caesar, Napoleon, Hitler, Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose, Jawaharlal Nehru, all had women who managed their affairs. In his days as the prime minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru leaned on his daughter, Indira Gandhi who later became the prime minister of India.
The great man- Julius Caesar, Napoleon, Alexander and so on was driven by women. The woman has one great quality about her. She is in a way, very contented with small things. She has the natural capacity to create children. She is a creator naturally. Her desire for creativity is fulfilled biologically.
Man cannot produce children. Only woman can. Therefore she is more important than man. She has something to contribute to the world. She adds to the beauty of the world, its power, its art and its music. She is indeed the conqueror of man: both husband and son.
When a man falls in love with woman, he becomes important. He starts earning money. He wants to become a business executive, a commander, a minister or a president. He feels his importance and becomes a responsible person in life, because he has to support a wife and children.
Woman has a balanced biology. Her chemistry is equally balanced. World is dominated by men because woman are generally interested in dominating men. Shakespeare has called her a paragon of all virtues. She possesses everybody. She is not possessed by anybody. Beauty and love are her greatest weapons of conquest. She rules with love. Her beauty is her wealth.
“My face is my fortune”, rightly said a lady.