Feminism is just common sense. A sense of equality and justice, and the belief that what holds good for one, holds good for the other.
Thankfully, the impression that feminists are rabid, crazy creatures, is fading now, with more and more people, both men and women, proudly calling themselves feminists.
But, being brought up in a conservative and patriarchal society like India, feminist ideas don't come naturally to most of us. Some beliefs are so steeped in our psyche that to step aside and look at those ideas anew, you need a trigger, or else, you need someone to plant the seed of a new outlook in your head. Sometimes, it is just some random thing that encourages you to question what you've always believed to be right. But once you start thinking and questioning, your world will expand by leaps and bounds. It can be painful at times, to realize that what you have been taking for granted is fundamentally flawed. But it can also make you happy, and free.
If you wish to look, there are hundreds of people writing beautifully about such topics all over the internet. But if you are lost, let me show you a good place to begin - IHM's blog. It is a great go-to spot for issues relating to the Indian context. I urge you to explore the archives too. You'll also find resources, and links, and you'll be taken to the blogs of other people writing about women and patriarchy and misogyny and feminism..... and once you are attuned to this way of thinking, you'll start questioning things yourself.
Let me know how it goes.