Wednesday, April 29, 2015

India's Daughter: a necesaary slap to our face

Its after almost 6-7 years that I am writing something in this blog. Its because of the recent noise about the documentary 'India's daughter' that I feel something to share with others. This documentary is no doubt not helping India's image to the outer world, but it for sure cannot be banned for that reason. It is our own ugly face that we want to hide from others and this is not going to help us improving the situation. I have seen that movie and it was indeed a great documentation of the 'Mind' of our society. Yes. This is what I feel. It portrays not the event, not the rapist, not the protest. It depicts our social mind. I felt shame each time I saw the movie and I also feel that this feeling of shame is necessary for our society. Its a slap to us. It had nothing but the very bitter reality, the harsh truth of our Indian society and we cannot ignore the truth.

Its also true that rape-statistics is a joke in India because more than 50% women do not even go to report it. Its a sense of shame that is associated with this event in Indian society that refrain girls/women to report about their abuse. During a recent interview, Barkha Dutt was asked by the interviewer that why there was an outcry from everywhere for that brutal incident. Barkha Dutt replied it was because of people wanted a change. But that was not the only reason for sure. There are several other reasons that Barkha wanted to hide. The first reason is the sense of insecurity for girls. I cannot explain what I felt when I heard the news for the first time. The first thing that came into my mind is that if this can happen in  a public transport on a busy road, it can happen to my close ones !!! ANYDAY, ANYTIME !!! Yes. It can. It was the kind of shock, a sense of shivering fear that disturbed me. It was not a deserted night, it was indeed an evening, a busy Delhi road. Delhi, the capital of India with officially highest security for its residents. If this happens in a busy Delhi road almost publicly, it can happen anywhere !!! I am sure this is the kind of fear that brought everyone down the road to protest. Unless and until we realize our mistake we cant change anything. Banning some video will not help. Violence towards women is not a new thing in our society. Its in our history. We must not forget what happened to Draupadi who was forced to marry five men. There are many other incidents of gender discrimination which are not going to change if we dont want to see our face in a mirror.


Thursday, June 3, 2010

life..wondering with wandering..

practically i don't have anything to say.. but i am here!!!!!!!!!!! i wonder why ?
like Feynman one can easily construct,
and so never ends.
it is really amazing of getting wondered under 40 degree temp. this is also fine of getting exciting ideas without doing anything in hand. i love dreaming. i believe one can dream in any position. but the matter is to realize it.... realizing that i was dreaming. i was looking to myself... this complex entity will all be silent one day. there was a big zero before ... and it will be zero again...
everything around me will be shut down.. what for i am traveling???
it is everyone's own pleasure that keeps them going... i am struggling for my future,for my family.. my parents have spent their whole life all the way for me..
we are just sailing through... generation by generation... may be for a BIG ZERO.
they say,"we all are going through a very high time... ". but really are we??
mankind writes his own fate according to his pleasure.. veeerrrryyyyyy personal .. but really priceless. this is everyone's expectation that keeps us alive.. may be after a large number of overlapping it decides the expectation of mankind. it will never be bad.

you know.. it needs a constructive mind set-up to write a blog which i don't have. so i don't know ...
it is very hard to give my mind a written form in terms of a blog... but today it is really a leisure.
so why cant i spend some "hhguisdfhihij;oajdiojopp'a" here??????

Wednesday, October 21, 2009