Looking back at history pages of ancient times, we find that women were treated with respect in the Indian society. However, as society became orthodox, there was change in their status. The knowledge of arts, science, technology and politics is no longer the privilege of men alone.
They were confined to the four walls of kitchen and occupied in rearing children. Every school and college ii now conscious of imparting education to girls as it is absolutely essential to educate women in society.
Some people confuse such subtlety with weakness; in truth, it is stronger than the most aggressive physical force imaginable.
True human dignity does not shout; it is a strong, steady voice that speaks from within. And the nature of a man, while aggressive, is not brutish.
In their service of G-d, there is absolutely no difference between a man and a woman; the only difference is in the way that service manifests itself.
Man and woman represent two forms of divine energy; they are the male and female elements of a single soul.
In the past, men and women generally had their own roles to fulfill.
These traditional gender roles were the norm back then and, to a certain extent, are still observed today.
For man and woman to be complete, they must each possess both energies.
The answer is not for men and women to try to be alike.