Tushar Bagri, Dr. Sunil Kumar and Kanchan Bagri
India is a long-standing nation steeped in cultural traditions, where women have historically held significant roles. Its population is largely made up of women. Even if persecution, despotism, and a lack of resources hindered women's advancement during foreign control, we can all still recall the dialogue "Mhari Choriya Choro se kam hai ke." The aim of the Decade of Action to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is to improve living conditions worldwide by 2030. Gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls are essential SDGs. With particular reference to Haryana, this article will attempt to emphasize the situation and difficulties faced by women entrepreneurs (WE), who would be essential to the fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals. It will also attempt to address these issues by offering potential solutions. In order to come at a conclusion, the researcher reviewed the literature and employed secondary data.
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