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Strength, Thy Name is Woman!

Strength, Thy Name is Woman!

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March is the month dedicated to hard core feminists,

the female of the species, the game changers and the fair

gender,

the ones who bring beauty and sparkle to our dull, drab

world,

and who despite possessing strength, are also soft and

tender.

 

Women seek validation in their varied overrated

relationships,

One should only view Sanjay’s Padmaavat in the movie scene

to witness the strength, beauty & caliber of a

sacrificial woman,

who commits jauhar to save the honor

of her being a Queen.

 

But, yet, on the sidelines, women consists not just of

Padmavati,

but of the thousands of discriminated women who suffer

& die,

the Nirbhay’s who get assaulted, raped, tortured and

tormented,

my heart burns as I see these victims who break down and

cry.

 

Ranging between the two extremes of Padmavatis &

Nirbhayas

is seen exploitation in almost all walks of a woman’s

life,

whether it be at the highest hierarchy of power in

profession

or whether the woman tends to home and hearth as a wife.

 

Yet, Indian martyr-like women are born Sati-Savithris,

many of them possessing irresistible personalities and

beauty,

and if, additionally, they also house humaneness and

humanism,

they are worthy of the highest praise in their erstwhile

duty.

 

However, Indian women are not just decorative like models,

they are functional as well, for they possess a modicum of

brains.

Yes, our Priyanka Chopra and Sushmita Sen rules the roost,

their intellectual prowess being a trait that waxes, not

wanes.

 

Opposed to the Bard Shakespeare’s words which I refute,

“The female of the species is deadlier than the male,

I find Indian women not brash, violent, dangerous and

deadly,

but instead I find them gentle, soft, simplistic and frail.

 

As 8th March approaches, we women vision a day of

equality,

not just for this day, but for us to cherish throughout

the year,

for if this can be guaranteed and nailed, then we feel

validated

and our efforts worth the trials, tests – and each

heartfelt tear.




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