In India, a woman is traditionally regarded as an honourable and dignified personality. She is a goddess, she is Laxmi, she is Saraswati and she is sacred mother (Devi Mata).Women is the subject of authors and poets and the object (model) for artists and sculptors. Whatever is prevalent in the world of imagery is not applicable to the real world of society. The harsh truth is that Indian society has not recognized women as its bonafide member. She is still a second grade citizen, inferior to man. In fact, in a male dominated would the women-folk are kept are second fiddle only. Apart from the society, the woman has to play her due role in her family also. She is mother, sister, wife and daughter, all rolled into one. She begins as daughter and ends up as grand mother. She plays all her roles in perfection. This voluminous study virtually covers all aspects of women's life and career viz. history, development, rights, education and employment, etc. There are eleven volumes under different tiles. Every volume is a separate book in itself.