The artwork can be found on the walls of Mount Carmel College, Bangalore
One who sees the world in his or her own way, who pursues in their journey to explore their view by rationally confronting the ethical and immortal questions. One’s life is set to seek an answer by virtue of their deeds. Such is their advent that the world follows spiritually or otherwise to follow their path of focal view, and in such path enjoy the chaotic orderliness, that we call our world. This advent defines one a Genius.
For the young and emerging women, the work portrays personalities who have made a mark on history and strives hard for their success. They were part of something bigger, who created their own legacies and changed the course of mankind.
Women have been striving hard for opportunities and those who took their opportunity have made their mark. Now it's time for the young generation of women to create the change, make their own opportunity, overcome the obstacles they face and take the lead.
Two words that were profound and resonant in the Indian freedom movement and henceforth. The essence of the star is allegoric in perception, perhaps an Inqualab. From the facade of patriarchy and mind mapping long live the revolution in women.
GENIUSES IN THIS ARTWORK:
Annie Besant, Mary Kom, Marie Curie, Hellen Keller, Kalpana Chawla, Florence Nightingale, Kittur Chennamma , Rani Laxmi Bai, Malala Yousafzai, Sarojini Naidu , Lata Mangeshkar , Savitribai Phule , Anandibai Gopalrao Joshi , Phan Thi Kim Phuc ( Napalm girl ), Bachendri Pal , P. V. Sindhu , Saina Nehwal , Arundhati Roy