Like this there is competition and where there is competition there is invention and invention leads to massive developments.Pakistan is an isalmic country and exists and functions in the context of its unique set of historical, social, economic and political circumstances. Women are given equal opportunity to flourish in every walk of life.She plays her roles with great responsibilities in the upbringing of a healthy solid society, but she is in our so-called modern world, still living in chains. So, we should never think that a sociey would come into existence without the contricution of woman.
in this respect, Our Holy Prophet (SAW) has said: In the Quran, there are many places where the Holy Book tells us the important place of women in society.
Isalm gives a right to woman to many independently.
Bride-burning and bride- killing occur every day in India.
This is how the status of Indian women is going down.
The women can get back their rightful place in society if law is properly enforced to check male-superiority.
The concept of status is central to sociology which reflects a person’s evaluation of his or her position in the status hierarchy (i.e., prestige) in terms of occupation, education, income, inheritance and the like.But they did not the Allah’s blessings are upon that home and parents that have daughters.With the advent of islam, the woman got the respect and status in the society that she ever deserved.They were under the influence of their parents before marriage and their husbands after marriage.Thus, the position of women in ancient India was inferior. With her, the status of women in India increased a lot. Many women thereafter occupied prestigious positions in India.Woman has a crucial role in the set-up of a family. Women have to lead their lives according to the will of their male guardians. They can not make decision about their affairs of life. Whether she is a daughter, sister, wife or mother, she has to deal with the core issues in the scheme of familiar life. There was no change in the fate of women even during the British rule in India. Among them were Sarojini Naidu, Vijaya Laxmi Pandit, Mrs. According to the Constitution of India, men and women are equal before law.The situation began to change when many national figures started a struggle for India’s freedom. The government is laying special emphasis on the education of girls.Their education, their health departments, the departments of information techonlogy are in the highest rankings.They are educating and encouraging both sexes equally and discriminating none.