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Posted: 16 March 2011 at 1:00pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by carisma2

Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by MERARAI

Prats's expectations of Krishna has led to disappointments.  Love is acceptance on all levels.
 
Well... at some level I agree with Prats... afterall a man's main job is to earn and provide for his family .... cannot fault her for having such expectation from K.....
 
but in the current situation, K is facing huge odds and there is no one to guide him...
being educated P should have taken this into account before going into her Masterni mode....Angry
 
( afterall she was very understanding and sympathetic and forgiving to her own maika members....Angry )
 
100 % agree with you........ though krishna.. and work.. we are expecting too much hereLOL
On a serious note # P wrote the article on herself.... educated women not working after marriage.
Did she take into account her mother Naina.. Sax's puppet and Arushi who is free and single.. she can work outdoors but has taken the choice of working from home. .... Honestly....
 
Your post just rang a bell in my head....LOLLOLLOL
 
Does Prats article mean that only educated women should be working out of the house ???
What about the millions who are uneducated ??? they should be tied down within the four walls...??? 
 
Wonder what Prats (and CVs) have to say to the thousands of uneducated unskilled women who do hard manual labour and earn for their families..... farm labourers, construction site labourers, housemaids, etc....
Yes a very new true angle you have added to the quation. MKAP is not Krishna verses Pratz and Thaks verses Sax.. Not even about right and wrong it is all about Educated verses the non educated. Such blind predjudice.

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Posted: 16 March 2011 at 1:03pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by carisma2

Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by MERARAI

Prats's expectations of Krishna has led to disappointments.  Love is acceptance on all levels.
 
Well... at some level I agree with Prats... afterall a man's main job is to earn and provide for his family .... cannot fault her for having such expectation from K.....
 
but in the current situation, K is facing huge odds and there is no one to guide him...
being educated P should have taken this into account before going into her Masterni mode....Angry
 
( afterall she was very understanding and sympathetic and forgiving to her own maika members....Angry )
 
100 % agree with you........ though krishna.. and work.. we are expecting too much hereLOL
On a serious note # P wrote the article on herself.... educated women not working after marriage.
Did she take into account her mother Naina.. Sax's puppet and Arushi who is free and single.. she can work outdoors but has taken the choice of working from home. .... Honestly....
 
Your post just rang a bell in my head....LOLLOLLOL
 
Does Prats article mean that only educated women should be working out of the house ???
What about the millions who are uneducated ??? they should be tied down within the four walls...??? 
 
Wonder what Prats (and CVs) have to say to the thousands of uneducated unskilled women who do hard manual labour and earn for their families..... farm labourers, construction site labourers, housemaids, etc....


That statement that educated people are shackled at their homes was a hoity-toity comment. It goes to infer that somehow those who are educated alone have something to contribute and not the rest. In this day and economy there are many women, esp. in IT and other service industries who do their work out of their homes and get a paycheck every month.   One can feel shackled whether at home or at work. It's all in the perception. 

There are many unpud people who contribute more in service with their work.  The lives of the educated folks is a breeze bec' of people like them.  Every job and every person's service has a purpose and they are interlinked and interdependent. Some very successful people will say chalking success in life to book knowledge is a bit overrated.

I also know of a few house husbands in my neck of the woods who are happy doing their chores while their hot shot legal eagle wives bring in the bucks.


Edited by MERARAI - 16 March 2011 at 1:07pm

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Posted: 16 March 2011 at 1:07pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by MERARAI

Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by carisma2

Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by MERARAI

Prats's expectations of Krishna has led to disappointments.  Love is acceptance on all levels.
 
Well... at some level I agree with Prats... afterall a man's main job is to earn and provide for his family .... cannot fault her for having such expectation from K.....
 
but in the current situation, K is facing huge odds and there is no one to guide him...
being educated P should have taken this into account before going into her Masterni mode....Angry
 
( afterall she was very understanding and sympathetic and forgiving to her own maika members....Angry )
 
100 % agree with you........ though krishna.. and work.. we are expecting too much hereLOL
On a serious note # P wrote the article on herself.... educated women not working after marriage.
Did she take into account her mother Naina.. Sax's puppet and Arushi who is free and single.. she can work outdoors but has taken the choice of working from home. .... Honestly....
Your post just rang a bell in my head....LOLLOLLOL
 
Does Prats article mean that only educated women should be working out of the house ???
What about the millions who are uneducated ??? they should be tied down within the four walls...??? 
 
Wonder what Prats (and CVs) have to say to the thousands of uneducated unskilled women who do hard manual labour and earn for their families..... farm labourers, construction site labourers, housemaids, etc....


That statement that educated people are shackled at their homes was a hoity-toity comment. It goes to infer that somehow those who are educated alone have something to contribute and not the rest. In this day and economy there are many women, esp. in IT and other service industries who do their work out of their homes and get a paycheck every month.   One can feel shackled whether at home or at work. It's all in the perception. 

There are many unpud people who contribute more in service with their work.  The lives of the educated folks is a breeze bec' of people like them.  Every job and every person's service has a purpose and they are interlinked and interdependent. Some very successful people will say chalking success in life to book knowledge is a bit overrated.
Common example... If Pratigya went to work.. Unpad Piyasiya or Unpad Kesar will be doing her part of the housework.. so yes they are deffo interdependent... 


Edited by carisma2 - 16 March 2011 at 1:09pm

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Posted: 16 March 2011 at 1:16pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by carisma2

Originally posted by MERARAI

Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by carisma2

Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by MERARAI

Prats's expectations of Krishna has led to disappointments.  Love is acceptance on all levels.
 
Well... at some level I agree with Prats... afterall a man's main job is to earn and provide for his family .... cannot fault her for having such expectation from K.....
 
but in the current situation, K is facing huge odds and there is no one to guide him...
being educated P should have taken this into account before going into her Masterni mode....Angry
 
( afterall she was very understanding and sympathetic and forgiving to her own maika members....Angry )
 
100 % agree with you........ though krishna.. and work.. we are expecting too much hereLOL
On a serious note # P wrote the article on herself.... educated women not working after marriage.
Did she take into account her mother Naina.. Sax's puppet and Arushi who is free and single.. she can work outdoors but has taken the choice of working from home. .... Honestly....
Your post just rang a bell in my head....LOLLOLLOL
 
Does Prats article mean that only educated women should be working out of the house ???
What about the millions who are uneducated ??? they should be tied down within the four walls...??? 
 
Wonder what Prats (and CVs) have to say to the thousands of uneducated unskilled women who do hard manual labour and earn for their families..... farm labourers, construction site labourers, housemaids, etc....


That statement that educated people are shackled at their homes was a hoity-toity comment. It goes to infer that somehow those who are educated alone have something to contribute and not the rest. In this day and economy there are many women, esp. in IT and other service industries who do their work out of their homes and get a paycheck every month.   One can feel shackled whether at home or at work. It's all in the perception. 

There are many unpud people who contribute more in service with their work.  The lives of the educated folks is a breeze bec' of people like them.  Every job and every person's service has a purpose and they are interlinked and interdependent. Some very successful people will say chalking success in life to book knowledge is a bit overrated.
Common example... If Pratigya went to work.. Unpad Piyasiya or Unpad Kesar will be doing her part of the housework.. so yes they are deffo interdependent... 
 
@underlined... that a very Sax trait....look how they view uneducated people....
 
Basically, Prats has written the article from her own personal perspective ... and not from the perspective of all women....


Edited by a_uma - 16 March 2011 at 1:19pm

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Posted: 16 March 2011 at 1:20pm | IP Logged
oh poor baba bt it,s important now he,ll b more frustrating and will b irritating bt whatever is happening he done it by himself bt just hope everything sort out soonDay Dreaming
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Posted: 16 March 2011 at 8:13pm | IP Logged
Thank you Sheena
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Posted: 16 March 2011 at 11:41pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by carisma2

Originally posted by a_uma

Originally posted by MERARAI

Prats's expectations of Krishna has led to disappointments.  Love is acceptance on all levels.
 
Well... at some level I agree with Prats... afterall a man's main job is to earn and provide for his family .... cannot fault her for having such expectation from K.....
 
but in the current situation, K is facing huge odds and there is no one to guide him...
being educated P should have taken this into account before going into her Masterni mode....Angry
 
( afterall she was very understanding and sympathetic and forgiving to her own maika members....Angry )
 
100 % agree with you........ though krishna.. and work.. we are expecting too much hereLOL
On a serious note # P wrote the article on herself.... educated women not working after marriage.
Did she take into account her mother Naina.. Sax's puppet and Arushi who is free and single.. she can work outdoors but has taken the choice of working from home. .... Honestly....
 
Your post just rang a bell in my head....LOLLOLLOL
 
Does Prats article mean that only educated women should be working out of the house ???
What about the millions who are uneducated ??? they should be tied down within the four walls...??? 
 
Wonder what Prats (and CVs) have to say to the thousands of uneducated unskilled women who do hard manual labour and earn for their families..... farm labourers, construction site labourers, housemaids, etc....


well, i think we must not take the literal meaning of the word here.............the word 'siksha' includes a broader meaning ................it can be any type of education..............we say sangeet ki siksha, nirtya ka abhyaas, karigari etc and all of them come under the word 'siksha' ..............

the article said 'sikshit grihaniyaan.........'  and not padi likhi grihiniyaan..........so it will include all grihiniyaan who has had a siksha in anything..........be it embroidery, cooking anything .......... 

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