This guy, told her to come to work in her underwear to be equal to men!

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So I just heard about the following news and I request you to watch it before you proceed:Mirror Now editor Faye D’Souzashut down this guy who told her to come to work in her underwear to be equal to men.

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I won’t repeat the history of women and their struggle for equality because we already know that, studied about that and even if you don’t, then you can Google and know about it from A to Z.

This makes me think, can we ever come out of our hipocracy? Can our thinking actually progress, like for real?

Obviously, what Mulana Sahab said was really saddening. Saddening because I wonder what blunders he must have taught to those numerous people who had come to him.

This incident has already made a splash over web. But will this actually bring any change? These are the same people who would blame Anushka Sharma for bad performance of Virat Kohli and after 10 days would criticise others for the same reason. Afterall they actually work for views.

But I have five questions:

1- Will this mentality ever change?

2- Will women be actually accepted the way it is portrayed on women’s day ?

3- Didn’t he felt humiliated to speak like that on live television?

4- How many people not only in india but around the world share this kind of cheap orthodox thinking?

5- Is there any end to this?

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What do you think?

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But what the best part is that whenever such people think themselves to be supreme, then strong women like Faye D’Suza come to put them back in their place.  😎👧

Story of All Girls Meet-Up!

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Akhir ladkiya krti kya h?” “Itni der tk kis baare me baat krti h?”  ” itna baat kr kaise leti h?” etc etc etc

If you are a boy then I am sure that this question must have popped in your head. Especially when your gf is out with her girl gang from past 5 hours and you have no clue of her.
So let me break it down for you guys in most simple words that they exactly do:

*** DISCLAIMER: This article is purely for entertainment purpose. The author does not intend to leak objectives of any girl group meeting. This is meant for education purpose and is the result of author’s observation. Every topic is linked to other. Audience is requested to relate their meet-up with their best girl friends ONLY.***

1-No fashion
Idk who spreads that girls just talk about fashion. NO! All girls meet up doesn’t mean that they will only talk about fashion. This topic only comes up if there’s has been some controversy related to clothes or they have bought something really out of the box and they want to flaunt in front of other girls.

Note: fashion bloggers are not included 😛

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2-Gossip

“Aaah, what’s so new about that? We already know, girls gossip.”
Boys, I know that you know it. But trust me, the intensity or the feel of gossiping with the set of best girls is just the on the other level. Even the Sharma ji’s daughter would use a lot of inappropriate words! Most uncomfortable topics would be discussed. Laughing and howling would take place and lots and lots of food and drinks would be spilled everywhere.

You’d be like,”uhh, that’s us all the time.” So let me remind you about the ‘good-girl’ mask that they have to put on all the time. 🙂

'I hate idol gossip.'

3- Food
What goes best with gossip and best girl friends? Daah food and drinks (soft -drinks,mind you)! If there is good food, it means double fun. Food is like a tonic. Tonic that shows “socially desirable” side of the girl the back seat and let the BOSS come out. B)

'My first husband was strong as an ox.'

4- Exes and Current comes together

So if you think girls never think about their exes then my boy you are so wrong. Girls meet up is not just about laughing at others stupid decisions. It also includes remembering and cursing their exes too. Sometimes, thanking them for leaving as well!

When exes are discussed then it’s time for the current ! So there is this rule that “curse the ex and dissect the current.” So girls, for once can consider to go easy on their friend’s ex but the current can never, ever. So from their story to profile to timeline, everything is closely examined and then the verdict is given out.

 

5- Selfies

Come on, what’s a meet up when you can’t get the perfect picture for instagram 😉

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HOMECOMING: Back on WORDPRESS

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Being an Indian kid, you can’t really say that you are over with your exams so I choose to say that “I am on break”. 😀 😛

UPDATE: My exams are over and  I was able to achieve “academic excellence award” and it was my third and last award of last session. One month has been past since my new session started, and I won the “First prize” along with my girls, in which I gave the speech.

NOW I am enjoying my vacations. With every onset of summers, you get to read some cliche blog-posts  like 4 Summer Food Essentials: something that You must have at your home  (damn that had more colors than my life does, LOL).

Don’t worry, I won’t give another version of that. Instead I’ll ask what is summer vacation to you? If summers for you means vacationing on a hill or going for any water sport, then my friend you are one privileged child. Yes, privileged because you are expecting all this. Otherwise for people the only source of entertainment is teasing younger sibling  and talking about future with pet dog. And by god’s grace I have both, so you can imagine how cool my vacations must be.

And if you are imagining that the motive of this post is to highlight the high points of my vacation then no. I just want to say on the Third Anniversary with wordpress that I will keep updating my blog  🙂

 

Going through Exams

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Alright, let’s talk about this.

From the past many days, weeks, months, I’ve published nothing on this blog.

The reason behind this is that I am running out of my time !

I have exams coming up, and a load of people who have expectations from me.

Exams aren’t the problem. It is the fear of performing which actually haunts me.

Once I get over with exams, I shall return to this blog !

Till then,

Take care !

3 Day Quote Challenge #Day3

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I hope that everyone is having a great time! So, I’ve been nominated for “3 day quotes challenge”,  and it’s the last day!! Sorry I couldn’t post yesterday but here I am. Please forgive me!

RULES FOR THE QUOTES Challenge:

1.Thank the blogger who nominated you.

2.Post 1-3 quotes a day for 3 consecutive day.

3.Nominate 3 bloggers each day.

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Thank you My valiant soul for nominating me and giving me an opportunity to spread positive vibes. Everyone please check her blog and let her know how amazing she is!

The category for my today’s quote will be Positivity :

For today’s post I’ve intentionally chosen 3 most common quotes. These are the ones which I’m sure that you all must have heard or read before! I believe, that although we know how powerful we are, we often forget it. We forget that we are most powerful and we can do whatever we want to.

I just want to remind you this! 🙂

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I would like to nominate:

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Love After Love

Holding The Paradox

3 Day Quote Challenge #Day2

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SalaamAlaikum! I hope everyone had a blast on eid-ul-fitr! So, I’ve been nominated for “3 day quotes challenge”,  and it’s day 2. Let’s do it-

RULES FOR THE QUOTES Challenge:

1.Thank the blogger who nominated you.

2.Post 1-3 quotes a day for 3 consecutive day.

3.Nominate 3 bloggers each day.

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Thank you My valiant soul for nominating me and giving me an opportunity to spread positive vibes. Everyone please check her blog and let her know how amazing she is!

The category for my today’s quote will be Patriotism :

Patriotism is your conviction that this country is superior to all other countries because you were born in it.

George Bernard Shaw(1856-1950) Irish writer.

There might be many countries superior to yours but instead of complaining, accept all the flaws and work to overcome them.

Who saves his country violates no law.

Napoleon I(1769-1821) Napoleon Bonaparte. French general.

Rules for the betterment should never be violated. They are made not only for the country but also for you too!

If yet your blood does not rage, then it is water that flows in your veins. For what is the flush of youth, if it is not of service to the motherland.

Chandra Shekhar Azad (freedom fighter,India)

Patriotism doesn’t need to be shown, it is a feeling that needs to be felt!

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I would like to nominate:

Srijan.

ankian

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3 Day Quote Challenge #Day1

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Namestey! So, I’ve been nominated for “3 day quotes challenge”,  and I am so excited to participate. Let’s do it:

RULES FOR THE QUOTES Challenge:

1.Thank the blogger who nominated you.

2.Post 1-3 quotes a day for 3 consecutive day.

3.Nominate 3 bloggers each day.

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I would like to thank My valiant soul for nominating me and giving me an opportunity to spread positive vibes. Everyone please check her blog and let her know how amazing she is!

The category for my today’s quote will be Colours:

1: I could compare my music to white light which contains all colours. Only a prism can divide the colours and make them appear; this prism could be the spirit of the listener.
-Arvo Part
Like music, colours also come with emotions. Colours travel everywhere and are accepted by everyone and all are equally important! Most important attribute is that all work together to make our world beautiful!

2:”I have a dream that one day little black boys and girls will be holding hands with little white boys and girls.”

-Martin Luther King Jr

Colors are often misinterpreted by homo sapiens. They make it a label. They add additional meanings to it. A particular colour on skin is no label of superiority or inferiority. 

3: “If colours are honesty then shades of colours are magnitudes of honesty. Every colour is beautiful not shade.”

-Vidisha Kaithal

All in all, honesty is always appreciated. Half truth is equal to lie. Illusions must not be created.
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I would like to nominate:
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A battle should never be left unfought!

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Realizations are always sudden! And during teen age we realize a hell lot of things! About life, society, people and more important about our-selves!

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So, one day you wake up and suddenly realize that the world, in which you have been living in was just an illusion, and this realization leaves you shocked! Like a giant wave that comes to your footsteps, looks into your eyes (everything normal and beautiful) and the moment you extend your hands for a warm welcome, it slaps you hard and drags you along. You are trying, struggling to not to get swiped away by using your arms, legs and lungs to the fullest. But everything seems waste. It’s like the wave has come with a motive, to get you drowned. To see you completely submerged in water. Sometimes no matter how much you think that you will swim out, all by yourself. But before fighting we consider our self a loser. But what we forget is that every problem has a solution. We forget that even water pushes you up a few times. It gives you fair chances to fight back. But to rescue yourself, you need to fight. We just need to have patience and keep working towards our goals. Everything will eventually fall in place!:)

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5 THINGS AVERAGE INDIAN CAN’T BE TAUGHT-

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When I say an average Indian, it includes most of the us! Not only the common people, who don’t have major aspirations or ambitions, living only for roti, kapda aur makan but also those who have more than they deserve. Who are living only for their Instagram. Here average isn’t referred to the status one holds in society or how much money he makes. Here average is referred to the mental status of most of us.
1. You can’t teach them using resources in a sustainable manner
Reading this category you might think that, “oh, I don’t fall in this. I am a responsible person”or “I am a true Shaktiman fan, and do obey all lessons that he taught”, but please, honestly tell me, while your way from school/work to home how many leaking taps you saw and tried to close or report about it. Since you are in India, you will find many such taps but you definitely can’t stop at every nukkad for this Nobel cause. But my point is that even if you do it once, or at-least spread the word, it will make a huge difference. Even though I, myself miserably failed teaching the importance of resources to my maid, but this never made me stop. Few days later when I found her daughter in my “Sarva Shiksha” class, where I taught different subjects to students as a volunteer, I realized that my hard-work didn’t go in vain. Not to mother, but I was able to teach her daughter the same lesson. Later when her mother told me about her daughter saving water and food, I really felt good!

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2. You can’t teach them healthy eating
The perk of being an Indian is that not only you get awesome food but also different types of food. And it’s a huge advantage,you see. After all, it was the masale which invited 200 years of slavery. Anyways, today, our mothers and grandmothers have learned the lesson that “use it all, before someone else claims on it”. And they use us as for safekeeping! They don’t have to do anything with proper diet and health. For them the food is healthy till it “has love”, which in Indian homes mean “homemade food”. Feeding on the fat loaded, spicy meals,six times a day does no harm but a burger is a poisonous! And if she is a non-vegetarian then, the fruits and vegetables are not more than grassto her!

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3. You can’t teach them to follow rules
Rules!! You must have read that “rules are mead to be broken” and I am sure it must have come from a person with desi mindset. Honestly, as soon as we get some rules, we want to break them. It’s like, as soon as we get bubble wrap, we want to burst all the bubbles. If we are bound by the rules, we feel our very freedom is snatched away from us. And we also aren’t afraid of facing the later consequences. Call it being a daredevil or stupid, whatever you want, but that’s how our brains work!

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4. You can’t teach them to pee in toilets-
Well, I don’t know whom to be blamed for this, the management for not providing and maintaining hygienic public toilets or the people, who are therefore forced to go on roads because they don’t have any alternative or they are too poor to build a proper washroom. But it is definitely embarrassing and obviously unhygienic, shopping vegetables next to someone who is peeing(my latest experience). I really find public urination the most disgusting and shameful action! Though in big cities, public urination laws are being followed in india, but the performance in small cities is dissapointing.

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5. You can’t teach Indian mothers to throw away old stuffs-
Be it the bundles of old newspapers, sweet box, chocolate boxes, old dresses, which doesn’t fits to the youngest sibling, nothing can be taken away from them.They protect them like their cubs! They call it souvenir, memory or way of earning an extra penny (through kabadiwala). But, honestly, I love this habit of theirs. Though in greed of that extra buck only, something is being recycled. But also,it’s hard to convince them to donate the stuffs like old clothes, at least for my mum it is a hard task! And don’t ask why because in India you can question the government but not mum. And never even dare to question them!

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