#WomenAtWork – A captain

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  1. ShethP says:

    Great write-up and an inspiring story. 🙂 I’ve also learned that strangers can teach us loads if we only talk to them!
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  2. Debadyuti says:

    Wonderful article Parul! As they say “Do what you like, like what you do”. Captain Akriti Sharan is an inspiration for all youngsters regardless of gender. To have accomplished so much in presumably a short span of time speaks volumes about her hard work and determination. I recently had the privilege of flying with Captain Sharan in the control, needless to say she is a fine pilot.

  3. Lovely and a wonderful blog, wonder how do you manage it with your travel, well done and keep flying high always 🙂

  4. Aseem says:

    Didn’t know you write such lovely poems Parul. I guess it’s been quite a long while since I have been absent from your blog ;). Would love to read more of your poems :).

    And yeah, more power to women like Akriti who go up and above the rest to follow their dreams and inspire millions of others :D.

  5. Rachna says:

    You know, Parul, I have experienced first hand how Indigo has so many lady captains. I feel so proud everytime I see a lady captain. So lovely that you featured one of them in your stories.

  6. Geets says:

    Such a beautiful poem you have weaved Parul! You should write poems more often!

    Cheers

  7. Divsi says:

    So inspirational! Love this! More power to her:)

  8. Love it! Certainly going to join in this time.

  9. Abha Dayal Prasad says:

    Indeed proud of your rise , deserve every bit of praise, with grit and determination nothing is impossible.keep soaring.

  10. Alana says:

    In a small way, this reminds me of the “Humans of New York” blog. This has the seeds of greatness, and I enjoyed reading your story, Captain.

  11. Love these posts of yours.. Maybe one day you can make a book out of these?

  12. Vidya Sury says:

    How lovely and inspiring, Parul! I am glad you met her and are in touch with her.
    Happy to join you for the bloghop! Thank you for hosting it. Have a wonderful week ahead!
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  13. Obsessivemom says:

    She looks so happy and confident. I like the diversity of professions of the women you feature here.

  14. Rajlakshmi says:

    Awww so incredibly inspiring !! And the picture makes it perfect. Thank you for sharing this 😀 I will dream of flying planes today.
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  15. Anonymous says:

    Great! Keep it up and fly higher…..

    Chacha

  16. Bikram says:

    Good luck to her.. and well done tooooo. .😀😀

  17. Dashy says:

    Teacher when not a captain? How nice. Kudos to her, she’s an inspiration to us all! 😀
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