Who was the First Woman to receive Bharat Ratna
Indira Gandhi was the first woman of India who received the Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian award of the Republic of India, in 1971.
About Indira Gandhi
The full name of the Indira Gandhi is Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi who became the third Prime Minister of India as well as the first woman Prime Minister of India. She became the most famous political icon of the India and most inspiring lady for all women of the country. She was honored by awarding the most prestigious award of India, the Bharat Ratna.
How Indira Gandhi became the First Woman to receive Bharat Ratna
Indira Gandhi, the third and first woman Prime Minister of India, has been awarded with the highest civilian award, Bharat Ratna, of the India in the year 1971 for her great involvement in the field of Public Affairs of the state, Uttar Pradesh.
Achievements of Indira Gandhi as a First Woman to receive Bharat Ratna
She was awarded with the Bharat Ratna as during her career as a Prime Minister of the India, she has contributed a lot towards the public issues including the implementation of various agricultural innovation programs to fight with the food shortage and make the country free of poverty.
What is Bharat Ratna
Bharat Ratna is the highest civilian award of the India which is provides to the people of India involved in the highest degrees of the national services or human endeavor such as the public services, literary, sports activities, artistic, scientific achievements and etc.