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Posted: 06 January 2015 at 11:45am | IP Logged
quite sad...:) but this is truth n we cant ignore...
At last Mrs Mehta...will be Kushi n last Mrs Raizada :)

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Posted: 06 January 2015 at 11:48am | IP Logged
Originally posted by kushikumari

First of all, thank you for making female infanticide a part of your story. An ugly, bitter truth and no amount of discussion and awareness on this subject is actually enough. A vicious, vicious cycle that gets fed one way or another...

I come from the south and yes, it does happen there, but it wasn't until my visit to Rajasthan a few years back that the enormity of the situation actually hit me. more like a massive punch in the guts, really. an absolute shame to our society, especially considering where our roots originally come from.

coming to the story itself, i feel kushi's innocence, backed (i am guessing) with a lack of proper education. In spite of such events happening on a large scale, it is quite sad that young girls are not brought up street smart, but trained to serve, obey and not think much. i don't think i can add much to your prologue Deepthi, you have said it all.

Keep writing dear, look forward to the next installment...

-kk


Thank you so much for joining my story and a very warm welcome to you on behalf of SBH and its family. Coming from South, I have never heard this issue until I watched Satyamev Jayate and it broke my heart, at the same time I was ashamed for being unaware of such things in our society. I would only call it as my ignorance or as you stated lack of exposure to the outside world. 

That was the time, I instantly made up my mind to address this issue in my story, at least to bring awareness to the young girls and women on this forum. 

I agree with what you said about bringing girls to be streetsmart. Often parents of girls confuse themselves when it comes to protecting their daughters. In the name of protection, they end up confining them to houses in fear of outrageous cruelty happening in the society. If you dont let your child know what a "problem" is, how will she learn how to draw a "solution" to that problem.Smile

Thank You once again for joining the story. By the way, We have two KKs in this thread. One is you and other is Kavitha (Canapoem).

Should I call you guys KK1 and KK2? Wink




Edited by deepthiya - 06 January 2015 at 11:45am

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Posted: 06 January 2015 at 11:53am | IP Logged
Seems quite dramatic when you read that she had so many misscarriaged in a row but this is how it is..story of our society..girl Child is still thought to be burden
We don't know that Allah Says K jab Wo ksi ghar se Khush hota ha to Beti paid a karta ha
Just because you have to give them dowry and A part of priperty..
But no one is as lucky as Khushi to escape their Ill fate..
Well done..you have chosen a wonderful topic..applauds..

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Posted: 06 January 2015 at 11:55am | IP Logged
awesome update dear...

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Posted: 06 January 2015 at 11:56am | IP Logged
Originally posted by deepthiya

Originally posted by kushikumari

First of all, thank you for making female infanticide a part of your story. An ugly, bitter truth and no amount of discussion and awareness on this subject is actually enough. A vicious, vicious cycle that gets fed one way or another...

I come from the south and yes, it does happen there, but it wasn't until my visit to Rajasthan a few years back that the enormity of the situation actually hit me. more like a massive punch in the guts, really. an absolute shame to our society, especially considering where our roots originally come from.

coming to the story itself, i feel kushi's innocence, backed (i am guessing) with a lack of proper education. In spite of such events happening on a large scale, it is quite sad that young girls are not brought up street smart, but trained to serve, obey and not think much. i don't think i can add much to your prologue Deepthi, you have said it all.

Keep writing dear, look forward to the next installment...

-kk


Thank you so much for joining my story and a very warm welcome to you on behalf of SBH and its family. Coming from South, I have never heard this issue until I watched Satyamev Jayate and it broke my heart, at the same time I was ashamed for being unaware of such things in our society. I would only call it as my ignorance or as you stated lack of exposure to the outside world. 

That was the time, I instantly made up my mind to address this issue in my story, at least to bring awareness to the young girls and women on this forum. 

I agree with what you said about bringing girls to be streetsmart. Often parents of girls confuse themselves when it comes to protecting their daughters. In the name of protection, they end up confining them to houses in fear of outrageous cruelty happening in the society. If you dont let your child know what a "problem" is, how will she learn how to draw a "solution" to that problem.Smile

Thank You once again for joining the story. By the way, We have two KKs in this thread. One is you and other is Kavitha (Canapoem).

Should I call you guys KK1 and KK2? Wink



Deepthi, KK knows me only as Kavitha. LOL

She will be surprised how Kavitha became KK.

So glad KK you read the story and liked it. I have always loved your comments on the common stories we follow and Deepthi also will see soon how amazing  your comments and the insights you bring into the issues will be. 

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Posted: 06 January 2015 at 11:58am | IP Logged
Originally posted by deepthiya

Originally posted by kushikumari

First of all, thank you for making female infanticide a part of your story. An ugly, bitter truth and no amount of discussion and awareness on this subject is actually enough. A vicious, vicious cycle that gets fed one way or another...

I come from the south and yes, it does happen there, but it wasn't until my visit to Rajasthan a few years back that the enormity of the situation actually hit me. more like a massive punch in the guts, really. an absolute shame to our society, especially considering where our roots originally come from.

coming to the story itself, i feel kushi's innocence, backed (i am guessing) with a lack of proper education. In spite of such events happening on a large scale, it is quite sad that young girls are not brought up street smart, but trained to serve, obey and not think much. i don't think i can add much to your prologue Deepthi, you have said it all.

Keep writing dear, look forward to the next installment...

-kk


Thank you so much for joining my story and a very warm welcome to you on behalf of SBH and its family. Coming from South, I have never heard this issue until I watched Satyamev Jayate and it broke my heart, at the same time I was ashamed for being unaware of such things in our society. I would only call it as my ignorance or as you stated lack of exposure to the outside world. 

That was the time, I instantly made up my mind to address this issue in my story, at least to bring awareness to the young girls and women on this forum. 

I agree with what you said about bringing girls to be streetsmart. Often parents of girls confuse themselves when it comes to protecting their daughters. In the name of protection, they end up confining them to houses in fear of outrageous cruelty happening in the society. If you dont let your child know what a "problem" is, how will she learn how to draw a "solution" to that problem.Smile

Thank You once again for joining the story. By the way, We have two KKs in this thread. One is you and other is Kavitha (Canapoem).

Should I call you guys KK1 and KK2? Wink


Di.. There was a time when Many movies were focused on this subject! But it was not taken seriously! 

In rural areas they kill the girl child once it is born and in Urban, they wash it away in womb.. bas itna farak Hai! 

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Posted: 06 January 2015 at 12:06pm | IP Logged
True deepthi. Coming from south have never realized the enormous of this situation. And it is 100% true that parents in the name of protection don't allow to see the outside world. It was my case too. Luckily got good people around me. Can't say that with everyone else.

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Posted: 06 January 2015 at 12:10pm | IP Logged
Thank you so much for joining my story and a very warm welcome to you on behalf of SBH and its family. Coming from South, I have never heard this issue until I watched Satyamev Jayate and it broke my heart, at the same time I was ashamed for being unaware of such things in our society. I would only call it as my ignorance or as you stated lack of exposure to the outside world. 

That was the time, I instantly made up my mind to address this issue in my story, at least to bring awareness to the young girls and women on this forum. 

I agree with what you said about bringing girls to be streetsmart. Often parents of girls confuse themselves when it comes to protecting their daughters. In the name of protection, they end up confining them to houses in fear of outrageous cruelty happening in the society. If you dont let your child know what a "problem" is, how will she learn how to draw a "solution" to that problem.Smile

Thank You once again for joining the story. By the way, We have two KKs in this thread. One is you and other is Kavitha (Canapoem).

Should I call you guys KK1 and KK2? Wink


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thank you! kk2 sounds absolutely cool, i will take it. although why is kavitha kk?

you are right, in the name of protection, parents confine girls. and then there are others who support women's lib to the hilt. confusion galore. every parent needs lessons in bringing up their children - girls and boys. as much as ensuring girls rights is important, boys too need to be brought up to extend their respect towards all ages of the opposite sex. there can't be one rule for the mother/ sister and no rules when it comes to others. Not at all a tough challenge, a simple one in fact. as mothers we start when the children are young. and inculcate the right teachings. not what is convenient, but what is right. and  of course for that, we need to fine tune ourselves first!

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