On the occasion of International Women’s Day, March 8, people from all over the world are wishing and celebrating the ‘Naari Shakti’. The day celebrates the undeterred dedication and upliftment of the women across the globe. For those who don’t know, earlier, the was called International Working Women’s Day where women marched through New York every year to fight for equal rights including work hours, better pay among others.Also Read - Women's Day: Pune Man Who Adopted A Child With Down Syndrome to Get 'Best Mommy of the World' Award

Over a period of time, the day came to be celebrated as International Women’s Day, which celebrates the beauty and dedication of every woman. On this day, the netizens are also not leaving a stone unturned to celebrate womanhood across the globe. On Twitter #HappyWomensDay2020 and #InternationalWomensDay are the top trends. Also Read - Hina Khan Looks Ravishing in Pastel Blue Dress as She Wishes Her Fans 'Happy Women's Day'

One Twitterati wrote, “#HappyWomensDay2020 to all the beautiful Slayers out there! Because we made a choice.We choose to be brave. Every girl in the world is a Slayer, is a fighter. Every girl have the power. Can stand up, will stand up. We are ready to be strong! 💪🏻 #GirlPower The future is female.” Also Read - International Women's Day 2020: Tony Kakkar’s Powerful Song ‘Tum Jaisi Ho’ is a Tribute to All Women Out There

Another user tweeted, “We all know that this world would mean nothing without a woman or a girl. Women are dynamic than anyone can remark. There is no potency more powerful than a woman determined to rise.” Let’s persuade their endless strength today.  #HappyWomensDay2020  #EachforEqual.”

Former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar tweeted, “In various phases of our life, in different roles & ways, YOU have changed our lives for the better. Today is a day we cherish and celebrate YOU all. Happy #InternationalWomensDay! #SHEinspiresme.”

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Much like the two parallel lines in an ‘=’ ( EQUAL) sign, all we ask for, is to be considered at par in all that we do. To be given a chance at life and not be killed in the womb. To receive education like our brothers do. To feel safe in our own homes, societies, and countries. To have our ambitions, dreams, and goals be given due importance. To be accorded equal opportunities and not be held back from progressing in our chosen paths. To be paid equally like all our counterparts when the input is equal. A woman’s right to equality has been understated for centuries. It’s 2020! Let’s come together and make it an Egalitarian society as a unified force, to ensure our current and future generations can experience ‘equality’ in reality by pledging to be #EachForEqual. Let’s BE the change we wish to see. Happy Women’s Day! . . . . . . . . #IWD2020 #InternationalWomensDay2020 #womensrights #equality

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The happiest women today are not the married ones. They’re not the single ones. They’re not the ones with stable careers and good incomes. The happiest women are the ones who made a choice to love themselves wholly and truly. Women who chose to leave the past behind, worked on their self-esteem and put a high price tag on their self-esteem. They stopped playing victims. They stopped whining in self-pity and dining in pity parties. They moved past their anger, tears and bitterness. They realized that happiness is a personal choice and responsibility. They chose to be defined by their present, but not their pasts. They are happy because they don’t need validation from anyone. They are happy because they know that they don’t need to throw shade on anyone for them to shine. They are happy because they chose to be Queens …. Happy Women’s day today n everyday ♥️… such beautiful words

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The day was only recognised by the United Nations in 1975, but ever since it has created a theme each year for the celebration. The theme for International Women’s Day 2020 is #EachforEqual, recognising all of the actions we can take as individuals to challenge stereotypes, fight prejudice and celebrate women’s achievements. Last year, the theme was #BalanceForBetter, which aimed to encourage gender balance in boardrooms, in the media and in wealth as a way for economies to thrive.