One by one
Her a little
By becoming barrier to
By sweetly blackmailing
Critising and keeping her
Busy in work.
And she just
Is her strength.
This is story of many of girl child in India. I was sad when I seen my classmate getting married at the age of 15.
She was very fluent in English and had keen desire to study further, but she was forced to household works and she became a mommy at 18, even today after a long time when I talk with her via phone she speaks with me in English and says she keep on talking in English Just because she don’t want to quit her hobby being lost in learning to make Marwari family happy with works.
Many Indian girls still do not have the right to education and they are forced to house work from childhood, Female foeticide and child marriages are banned to a great extent but still practiced in many parts of country .
Pardah system, and mensturation blues (Not touching pickle, or watering tulsi ) are another problems.
And how can I forget about a girl being forced to white, when she becomes a widow.
Don’t spoil life of girls and women.
If they are happy, you will be happy too
Grow up. While moving to modern India let us make our thoughts ‘modern’ too.