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Lajja = Modesty = Women ?? (Page 26)

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Posted: 10 November 2012 at 10:01am | IP Logged
Would love to yap more but it's time to hit the sheets doll. I'll catch you again on this topic or else where

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Posted: 10 November 2012 at 10:36am | IP Logged
Originally posted by naneta

<font size="4">i dnt find anythng wrong with the word lajja used by Sidhu ji...</font>
<font size="4">no matter how modern we become but there is always a sharam or lajja in front of our elders..</font>

<font size="4">this is wat Sidhu ji meant..</font>



That makes no sense. If the elder is an ass, I assure you there will no "sharam" or "Lajja" from my side only invectives.

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Well I kinda agree the lajja and all that comment was not needed. He could have chosen another word. I mean being someone of his stature when it comes to speeches he definitely could do better. But as far i could see Sidhu mr speaker is always prepared with his answers in his mind; he probably  thought sapna would not bring up that question[after all that hullabaloo and crying after] and when she did he somehow lost his cool.
But I also strongly do believe that it somehow does not mean he had any undertone of sexism or misogyny. 
Regarding to his comments I think we are in times when political correctness is doing exactly opposite of what is supposed to do. 
Women are allowed to say and do certain things but men are not.
Colored people can say stuff to white people but they cant retort back and same goes for straight ppl who can be harassed by LGBT.
Instead of equality we are tilting the scales in opposite direction.

Mostly ppl would disagree with me on this. But I know exactly what i intend to say and I see it everyday on the streets. Affirmative action for one group may also mean apartheid against other.

Reservation is an example..There is many more...
Peace.



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And the words like lajja are very subjective to the listener. For someone it could mean being modest and humble. Most girls and women like to be exactly that regardless of what they chose to wear or how much to wear.

But for some that word could entail, omg he wants us to dress in burqas and stay at home . How dare he, this is 21st century.

I say who cares what who says..embrace yourself the way you are..

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Posted: 10 November 2012 at 1:21pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by estel

Originally posted by scofield

And the words like lajja are very subjective to the listener. For someone it could mean being modest and humble. Most girls and women like to be exactly that regardless of what they chose to wear or how much to wear.

But for some that word could entail, omg he wants us to dress in burqas and stay at home . How dare he, this is 21st century.

I say who cares what who says..embrace yourself the way you are..



Agreed. It is subjective.

But since he is 47 years old I am convinced his definition of lajja is different.



And the fact that he chose Aashka and delnaz over his self-confessed chahitees Sapna and Urvashi shows that the use of lajja for women was a premeditated thought. Sleepy

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