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National Council of Women in India, Emergence of Women’s Organisations in India
National Council of Women in India was to a great extent influenced and shaped by Mehribai Tata, wife of Sir Dorab Tata. The membership of this council comprised some of the riches women in India coming from the most affluent families. Though they sought to represent the marginalised and oppressed and made a great demand for women’s education, the organisation was not too successful as the members remained cut-off from the people whom they were trying to fight for.
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