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Most powerful Indian women of 2020: Breaking stereotypes

Most powerful Indian women of 2020: Breaking stereotypes
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Most powerful Indian women of 2020: Breaking stereotypes 

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Most powerful Indian women of 2020: Many women across the globe have excelled in their respective fields this year breaking stereotypes and age-old patriarchal dogmas.

Most powerful Indian women of 2020: Many women across the globe have excelled in their respective fields this year breaking stereotypes and age-old patriarchal dogmas.

Here's the list of some of the most powerful Indian women of 2020

Divya Gokulnath

Divya Gokulnath featured in Forbes Asia' Powerful Businesswomen list of 2020. She is the co-founder of Byju's. The ed-tech startup has pushed her and her husband, Byju Raveendran's net worth to over $3 billion.

Divya Gokulnath


KK Shailja

Kerala's Health Minister KK Shailja was named as the winner of World's Top 50 Thinkers of COVID-19 Age, by UK-based Prospect Magazine.

KK Shailja


Roshni Nadar Malhotra

Roshni Nadar Malhotra is India's wealthiest woman with a net worth of staggering Rs 36,800 crore. She's also 54th on the list of most powerful women in the world, according to Forbes.

Roshni Nadar Malhotra


Isaivani

Isaivani is the only female member of The Casteless Collective. She is the lead singer of the Chennai based musician Castless Art Group, she has received many accolades for her Ghanaian songs, that break the stereotype that only men can sing and retain a place for themselves in the industry. She is among BBC's 100 inspirational and influential women across the globe, 2020.

Isaivani


Priyanka Chopra Jonas

Bollywood megastar Priyanka Chopra Jonas featured on Fortune 'India's Most Powerful Women in Business' list 2020. She has acted in several movies in both Hollywood and Bollywood.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas


Ankiti Bose

Ankiti Bose became the first woman co-founder of a $1 billion startup and featured in Forbes India Self Made Women 2020. She is the CEO of Zilingo, a technology and commerce platform for fashion retailers.

Ankiti Bose

Ritu Karidhal

Ritu Karidhal is also known as 'Rocket Woman of India' because she became the Deputy Operations Director of the Mars Orbiter Mission. Ritu featured on Forbes India Self Made Women 2020 list.

Ritu Karidhal


Lt. General Madhuri Kanitkar

Madhuri Kanitkar became the third woman in the history of the Indian Army to become Lieutenant General. She is also the first woman paediatrician to achieve the second-highest post in the Indian Army.

Lt. General Madhuri Kanitkar


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