Delhi Diary : Small town girl makes her way to the Capital of the country!

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Let me start by telling you about myself.

Hello, my name is Vidisha Kaithal. I’m born and brought up in a small and not so fancy city Allahabad, India. I have recently got admission in a college of Delhi and that’s what brought me to dilwalo ki dilli!

Ever since I had an idea about going to college, I always wanted to have one in Delhi. Delhi has always been my first love, afterall where will you find such an amazing mocktail of history, present and future!

I’ve been here a few times before but then, things were different. I was with my parents, which meant that I didn’t had to worry about anything. I knew that I would get the best possible facilities. Also, I was a kid back then so the tall buildings and zig zag going flyovers just amazed me and that feeling stuck with me to this date.

In my city, Allahabad, I always had this constant pressure to live, behave and do certain things which were approved by certain people. Since all my energies and curiosities were boxed I turned into an introvert. And when I used to be in Delhi, I observed that no body interferes in others life. One can do whatever she/he wants to do, right or wrong. The most important thing was that I could finally take my own decisions!

So before the cut offs were announced, I had little hope that I could make it due to several reasons.

  • I had not scored as I had planned.
  • My family had second thoughts about sending me to an alien place where I had to manage everything from scratch.
  • It is DELHI. It’s believed to be an unsafe place for girls.

I had applied in many colleges and got call back from several of them. One college was a prestigious girls private college from Jaipur. It was good, really good in terms of education. The campus had all sorts of facilities like swimming pool, tennis court etc. One can learn horse riding, shooting and what not. It was built in such a way that one doesn’t needs to go out of the campus. It had restaurants, markets from where you can get anything. Literally anything. My only problem was that the college provided too much security to girls.

I know it’s really good considering the outside world, but I wanted to face the “outside world “. I did not wanted this controlled and protected environment because I was already getting it at home. I want to explore how the world actually functions and interact with different kinds of interesting people and know their stories. I want to explore myself, find what I truly enjoy and make my own way to achieve my dreams. I want to grow up into a confident woman who is always ready to face any problem. And all this is possible only if I could be in Delhi, away from my parent’s shelter!

Since I had little hope to get into that specific college, and also because of my parent’s confused state of mind, I decided to take a solo trip to DELHI from ALLAHABAD.

I was travelled alone for the very first time. I had never even went to a market alone and here was I sitting in train and ready to go to Delhi. Those two days and a night trip was the best trip ever! I wish I could tell what all happened! 😉

Four days later , on 19/6/18, first cut off was released and on that night itself I went back to Delhi and on 20/6/18 I took admission in my dream place/college.

So I can conclude that I didn’t chose the college, I chose the city. Because in both the colleges I was getting my subjects i.e. psychology.

Now a new life, new adventure and lots of drama is waiting for me. After 10 days approximately, I’ll enter in a life which won’t be any less than a reality show! I hope all this takes me to my goal.😇

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Know my real time madness in super fancy place from my instagram – @vidishakaithal

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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.  😎👧