On the 110th anniversary of International Women's Day on March 8, 2021, JKYog recognizes the achievements of global women leaders in the following 3 chief categories
Register before March 5th, 2021, to receive details about the award categories and the nomination process. Nominations accepted till March, 12th 2021
Nominations accepted till March 12th, 2021.
In addition to the categories, to celebrate perseverance and accomplishment despite odds, JKYog is also pleased to especially honor the following well-known personalities:
“Mother of Orphans”, Ms. Sindhutai Sapkal, Indian social worker and social activist who rescued and nurtured over 1000 orphans to enable them to live fulfilling and productive lives.
“One must live life for others and meet obstacles bravely instead of running from them because there is no other way to live life.” - Sindhutai Sapkal
Swami Mukundananda speaks of Sindhutai Sapkal in glowing terms in his Mind Management Challenge: “This Sindhutai Sapkal, the mother of the orphans is a blazing example of someone who externally was facing such hardships but lifted her own thoughts, enriched her own mind to lead such a wonderful life. That is why I say, there is a huge difference between the quality of your living and the quality of your life.
Dr Swati Mohan, Guidance Controls and Operations Lead for the NASA Mars 2020 Mission (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California - JPL), which successfully landed Perseverance, the latest Mars Rover.
Dr Swati Mohan, Guidance Controls and Operations Lead for the NASA Mars 2020 Mission (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California - JPL), which successfully landed Perseverance, the latest Mars Rover. "JPL is incredibly diverse. I am not the only woman of color. I am not the only Indian woman or the only woman or non-binary. Everyone is respectful of each other. And I think that’s part of the reason that Perseverance was able to succeed…I definitely think diversity helps with innovation.” - Dr. Swati Mohan