Jawaharlal Nehru once said, “You can tell the condition of a nation by looking at the status of its women.” It is an unavoidable fact that economic development of a country, especially in developing countries like India, is highly influenced by the women workforce. Apart from serving in the public and private sector enterprises, women have also proven their ability and strength by providing a face lift to entrepreneurship over the decades. This change has come up as a result of the thought process that women have put together in order to contribute towards economic development, but in their own ways. By promoting and doing what they are comfortable with and feel like doing, and not just trying their hands on certain categories of business which are ‘dedicated’ for them, women have definitely set a standard for themselves in society.
From owning boutiques to IT companies, to painting and dancing, to learning contemporary art forms and organising events, to becoming great photographers and managing their homes, Malayali women have tried and excelled in every field and have shown that they have the charm and intelligence to use their talents in a productive manner. This is exactly what Deepthi and Divya have done. They are not just friends but also own a partnership firm ‘TakeAbreakE’.
These girls have used their know-how and have started a travel agency. Isn’t that different?