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In every house or household women are being as the pillars and backbone of the family success, development, growth, commitment, responsibility, accountability and progress. Since birth of world administration, governance and family system, women’s role have been huge and plenty in terms of making family system, obeying to norms, values, generating process, ceremony, custom and convention. All types of procedures, formalities, growth, success, commitments and other various practices are emerging out owing to massive role of the women. Since birth of women have been growing to go to other house as daughter-in-law with an interest to foster and protect family system for the betterment of the social progress and development. In all growth and place of the society both men and women are playing much significant role and occupying important designation, in this work and commitment both men and women are used to work to bring out changes, improvement, success, growth in a family system thereby children are able to nurture and rear up in a planned and determined ways as a symptom and reference of growth family system in India. To lead and run family women are most one their role more significant than male people in terms of guiding, directing, bring up children in ethical ways, allowing them to follow ethical principles and getting all the needs through hard work. There is proverb as fathers so sons in this way parents must be sound in their life achievements ,saving, income generating, working and conducting family if so, it would be followed by the children and be role model to them in future toward attaining and receiving success. Family gets its shape, structure, prospects, responsibility due to women birth and presence, without their role and presence in all families family would not be as a family with fully furnished and stylized value and norms.


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