Do you think it’s still nec­es­sary to cel­e­brate March 8 as Women’s Day con­sid­er­ing we don't cel­e­brate men's Day?

It’s a day re­mind­ing us to put male chau­vin­ism to rest and start re­spect­ing women. — Naveen Siromoni The day when women con­sider them­selves free from so­cial evils of dowry, rape and eve- teas­ing we can think of shun­ning women’s day. — Atul Sinha This day marks a cel­e­bra­tion of the eco­nomic , so­cial, cul­tural and po­lit­i­cal achieve­ments made by women over the years. —

Ar­chana Terdal It’s a day to take a mo­ment out from our busy lives to re­mem­ber the con­tri­bu­tion of women in our lives. — Sonal Gala It’s a trib­ute to all women who’ve fought against dis­crim­i­na­tion, vi­o­lence and a lack of equal op­por­tu­ni­ties. — Preeti Bha­tia Women’s Day serves as a re­minder to men that women too de­serve equal es­teem. — Vi­jay­alak­shmi Arvind Women were and are still fight­ing to find ad­e­quate space. This day is a cel­e­bra­tion of their con­stant strug­gle. — Dik­sha Rani Thou­sands of events are held through­out the world on Women’s Day. This gives women an op­por­tu­nity to con­nect, net­work and cel­e­brate their cause. — Pooja Ge­hani Women don't need a day of recog­ni­tion. Their ac­tions speaks for them­selves. — Aliya Za­far Un­til we, as a so­ci­ety, start be­com­ing morally re­spon­si­ble to­wards women, there’s no rea­son to cel­e­brate Women’s Day. — San­tosh Ba­hadur

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