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Nine power women from fiction that everyone should look up to


Last Updated: March 08, 2015, 12:47 IST

Nine power women from fiction that everyone should look up to

These women are strong, intelligent and confident and are not to be messed with at all!

These women are strong, intelligent and confident. These women have taken control and these women are not to be messed with at all! Daenerys Targaryen (The Song of Ice and Fire) Also known as the Mother of Dragons. The thirteen year old went from being sold by her brother to a brutal horse lord, to becoming a widow and consequently the commander of an army of slaves that scares the living hell out of all who stand in her way. Daenerys is the personification of a power woman and she definitely knows how to take control. Hermione Granger (Harry Potter) The muggle-born know-it-all teacher's pet has so much more to her apart from that. She goes on to show us that being a girl doesn't mean you are weaker. I mean look at her, she is the most powerful witch of her age and she can very easily kick anyone's butt with her spells. Éowyn (Lord of the Rings) The noblewoman from Rohan who has the courage of a lioness. She may appear to be frail, but she most definitely isn't. Like any fiercely independent woman, she doesn't pay heed to rules and traditions. She does what she feels like. Saving hobbits and killing Nazgul, Eowyn is the perfect example of what women are capable of if they are determined enough. Arya Stark (The Song of Ice and Fire) The little girl with the needle; a name that may sound harmless if you're an idiot. This girl is dangerous and definitely not to be messed with. She doesn't care who or how big you are, she will chant your name before she sleeps, because she wants to kill you. Black Widow (Marvel Universe) Natasha Romanoff is the best Soviet trained spy there is. She excels in martial arts, and high tech weaponry, and has the cool of an ignorant teenager. She is calm and composed and if needed can kick anyone's butt at any given moment. Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter) Quirky, crazy and a little weird, Luna shows us that it doesn't matter what you look like or dress like, as long as you are comfortable with yourself. She oozes confidence and positivity and makes us understand that non-constructive criticism is just society's way of dealing with something they don't understand. And she deals with it like a boss. Ginny Weasley (Harry Potter) The prodigal Weasley daughter has way too many qualities to illustrate properly. She is an ace sportswoman, and a fiercely independent woman. And she can produce the scariest bat-bogey hex there is. She doesn't care of what others think and goes on to do what she thinks is right. Wonder Woman (DC universe) The original feminist superhero, Wonder Woman is a warrior Princess of the Amazons. She fights super villains and enforces the idea that women, especially without men in their lives, are a force to be reckoned with! Beatrix Kiddo (Kill Bill)

She is a woman with ba mission and her mission is vengeance. This is a woman so determined that she gets out of a coma and survives a shootout and kills everyone in her way with a samurai sword. Not only that, she also does her best to be a good mother.

first published:March 08, 2015, 12:47 IST
last updated:March 08, 2015, 12:47 IST