For a long India as a nation has been battling with Gender equality but man, but many women have managed to break barriers and enter arenas that were earlier dominated by males. In doing so these women have shown great zeal in entering unusual professions and also excelling in their fields. over the years our economy has grown leaps and bound in the past 50 years, as per stats 67% of the subjects feel there are more barriers to their careers as women than men and health care professions definitely need more women leaders for improvement in women’s health status globally. 63.5% of women in dentistry feel their family commitments are barriers to rising in their careers.
Today it takes immense pride to share the story of Asha Rani whose work will inspire people to explore a side of India often ignored or forgotten. Asha Rani is an unsung hero who made the country proud by entering her name into the Guinness World Record. She created the feet by using her hair to pull a double-decker bus weighing 12,216 kg in London. Guinness World Records, “Heaviest vehicle pulled my hair (female) 🚎 12,216 kg (26931.67 lb) by Asha Rani”
But isn’t the first time that Rani has registered her name in the Guinness World Record. As per records, She holds seven current Guinness World Records titles for her unique and unconventional weightlifting. She had earlier proved her record-breaking strength in Leicester, UK, in 2014 by achieving the Heaviest weight lifted with both eye sockets (female) – an eye-watering 15.15 kg (33 lb 6.4 oz).
In 2013, Asha used both ears to pull a 1,700-kg (3,745-lb) van in Leicestershire, UK and smashed another record. The Fastest time to pull a road vehicle 25 m with teeth by a female is 22.16 seconds and was achieved by Asha in Mahilpur, Punjab, India.