When we talk about women of substance and women with power and influence, the first name that hits our minds from the subcontinent is, Sonia Gandhi, the present Congress leader of India. Recently, according to the Forbes survey, the name of Sonia Gandhi has been brought up in the list of the most powerful women in the world which also includes women like Angela Merkel, Indira Nooyi etc.
Despite the fact that Sonia Gandhi is the daughter-in-law of one the most powerful and influential political families in India, yet through her individualism, charm and one of a kind nature, Sonia Gandhi has managed to pull through her distinctiveness which makes her stand out amongst her own family members too.
It is said that if a person is born to do something, he/she will do it in any circumstance. The same holds true for Sonia Gandhi as well who had no background of politics nor had any interest in joining it yet, destiny brought Sonia Gandhi into this field and made her the voice of thousands of people of India. Sonia Gandhi is a leader in a true sense because she did not only faced the ups and downs in the field of politics but she also managed to face the challenges of her personal life manfully which mainly began after the assassination of her husband Rajiv Gandhi.
It is the fruit of the untiring and honest work of Sonia Gandhi that today; she is ranked amongst one of the strongest and . A leader, a politician, a mother, a social activist; Sonia Gandhi has certainly proven herself in all the roles impressively. Sonia Gandhi is an example for all the women of the world to stand strong on the ground, keep their head on shoulders and prove their identity.
For Sonia Gandhi, her children are her strongest support, Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi who are also in politics and stand strong with their mother not just for the family legacy but for raising the unheard voices of the people of their country too. Indeed, Sonia Gandhi is a true role model for the younger generations with her dynamic personality and one of a kind charisma.