Press Release (photos attached)
First Programme of JITO Jaipur Ladies Wing
“MORE WOMEN NEED TO JOIN POLITICS AND HELP THE SOCIETY”
– Diya Kumari
Women constitute half of the population of any country but there are certain areas where women they do not share the equal half – politics is one such area. More women should join politics as it teaches human relations and gives one the unique opportunity to help and connect with the grassroots section of the society. This was stated by MLA, Sawai Madhopur, Princess Diya Kumari at the first programme of the Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO) Jaipur Ladies Wing. She was in conversation with President of JITO, Ms. Runa Karnawat at ‘Coffee with Princess’ held at Hotel Grand Uniara in Jaipur.
Princess Diya Kumari further added that it is a challenge being a successful woman in today’s society. Luck tends to plays a 50% role in achieving success. Being at the right place and at the right time is always convenient. However, time management, hard work and finding the right balance between work and play makes up the other half.
Being born in the royal family has been extremely fortunate for me, she said. Credibility has never been a concern for me. However, it has been that much more difficult to prove myself to the people who generally have a large number of issues and demands. Getting their work done involves as much effort as any other person. Between my parents, Late Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh and Rajmata Padmini Devi, I have been fortunately blessed with a rich lineage and prestigious ancestry.
It is to be recalled that this was the first programme organised by JITO Ladies Wing in Jaipur. The programme began with the members of the organisation introducing each other.
About JITO Ladies Wing
JITO Ladies wing has been created to empower the Jain Women. And provide a platform where all JAIN women regardless of their firkas and faith can converge to create a powerful movement for benefit of all. Imparting proper values and sanskars to our children not only helps the family but the community and society at large. That’s Jainism treats woman and man as equal and are two sides of the same coin.