Marginalised are those who were ignored in the past due to some economic and social causes. The term minority is most commonly used to refer to communities that are numerically small in relation to the rest of the population. Quantity matters, but what females do if inspite of a major portion of the society, they didn’t get even the basic rights like right to education and to raise their voice against oppression. Mukhtar Mai who was a victim of gang-rape on the orders of a tribal council that was considered ‘honour revenge’ is a pathetic figure in Pakistan who raised her voice against injustice. She suffered a lot, but she didn’t accept those inhuman restrictions that her surroundings put on her. Mukhtar Mai realised the need of education at the age of 28. The present paper makes an attempt to throw light on the harsh condition of society towards females and extraordinary valour of women to survive and to promote education.