In last few decades, feminism revolution called attention to the relationship between gender transformation and economic development. One concern of these efforts is to gain a better perceptive of interlink between economic improvement on gender inequalities. Despite the popular nature of this debate, there have been few studies of the impact of economic development and changes in the condition of women over time. It is noted that the progress of a community is judged by the position of females in the society and that is why women are recognized as key and prominent contributors to the society. Gender inequality can take very many different forms, as it is not one homogeneous phenomenon, but a collection of disparate and interlinked problems. In India, women continue to experience a flow of responsibilities, stormy marriages and relationships, and droughts on access to various wealth. The typical female advantage in life expectancy is also not seen in India, which suggests that there are systematic problems with women's status.