#WomenAtWork – A flower vendor

48 Responses

  1. NEHA JAIN says:

    Awesome.. would be joining you on this soon.
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  2. I have deep respect for every woman who works. And I have a special appreciation for the flower vendors – they bring such joy to our lives 🙂

  3. ShethP says:

    Great initiative! 🙂 Thanks for sharing this story and for giving a voice to these women.
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  4. Inspiring thought Parul. Can’t stay away without participating. My post and a huge shout out coming soon.

  5. dNambiar says:

    Lovely lines and a great pic of everyday Bangalore.
    All the best for the series. It’s an awesome idea, Parul. 🙂

  6. Indrani says:

    Looking forward to more such captures.

  7. Andy says:

    Lovely.. will gladly follow and see the Woman at work through your eyes..

  8. What a lovely idea Parul……

  9. Debbie D. says:

    What a wonderful idea, Parul! 🙂 It’s about time working women are accorded the respect they deserve.

  10. Geets says:

    That’s really a cool thing to do Parul… I am so so so proud of you!

    Cheers

  11. Shalini says:

    What a fab initiative, Parul. I admire you and your ideas. Keep writing. You are an inspiration. If I get pictures, I will share too. Have a happy new year. 🙂

  12. Great initiative Parul… Lauding the unsung heroes of our community!. Keep going. Best Wishes for the New Year!

  13. Loved the idea, Parul and a great picture too!

  14. Shilpa Garg says:

    A wonderful theme, Parul and a great idea to bring to light the works and life of some unsung heroes!

  15. Vinitha says:

    Great initiative, Parul. Such a nice tribute! 🙂
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  16. Suzy says:

    So often we overlook these simple but hardworking people. Great idea to showcase them. All the best Parul.

  17. Beloo Mehra says:

    Lovely write up. And a great theme, Parul to showcase the women who are otherwise invisible in the rush of urban life.

  18. Rachna says:

    Lovely idea, Parul. Loved hearing about the flower seller.

  19. Obsessivemom says:

    That’s the coolest idea ever. What a wonderful tribute to these women who struggle to make a living against a thousand odds.

  20. Harmony says:

    I love this #womenatwork idea! I will definitely try to participate with pics when I can! What a great way to shine the light on the inherent value of women.

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