Friday, 22 October 2010


Switch on the television at 11 PM on weekdays, and turn to Star Plus. The channel airs a show called "Kali" which is partially based on the Ruchika molestation case [The Ruchika Girhotra Case involves the molestation of 14-year-old Ruchika Girhotra in 1990 by the Inspector General of Police Shambhu Pratap Singh Rathore]. If someone says that what happened with Ruchika was something completely inhuman, and if Rathore is made to pay for his deeds in a befitting manner then we would be ensured that justice still exists in our country, I would definitely agree with the person and would wholeheartedly support the court's decision.

But, when these stupid media people and serial producers/directors mess up the whole idea of why a woman should be respected and what chivalry basically is... I just feel like smashing their heads off and making them scream that they were wrong. lol.

Seriously!! If a woman behaves very badly (like the lady who was taking a lot of footage in a local news channel by hitting her husband as he had an extra marital affair) matters need to dealt with a different point of view in mind. In my opinion, it was really right on the behalf of the woman to hit her husband, but to shout all the abuses and to repeatedly hit him in front of them camera was exaggeration.
It is not right if the law prefers women over men. Many findings of a commission show that 97% of the anti dowry cases that have been registered ever since the law was made till date, were false.

Those were only trials to make the in laws pay for no reason at all. Law is supposed to deal with everybody in an equal manner, but the Indian system has not guaranteed this. There are many takes on this situation. Some may call it a failure of the government, some may say that it’s just because the law makers are ‘brainless’ and yet, some may claim that it’s a change that has been ushered in with the new generation.

There have even been instances in my town where people have used some female relative of theirs to make false claims that one (the one against whom they want to cast revenge on) had laid his hands on the woman. A false rape case follows, and such claims are generally made on the Friday night which precedes a second Saturday and Sunday.

So, tell me don’t things need to be changed? And chivalry HAS to be pulled down?? Chivalry ko maaro goli, equality ka jamana hain!! :P:P:P I don't want to hit a woman or torture her, or deny her rights. I just wanna advocate equality for all, not only keeping females but even males in view as well.

I would like to add that things have to be, and need to be changed. The way gender equality's concept is dealt with in our country is not at all correct. Look at the logo of the National Rural Health Mission>> A girl child holding the hands of her parents. FUCK IT! "Hum do humare do" idhar kyun apply nahi hota, haan?

Ek ladke ko bhi chance de do toh badi meherbaani hogi, dearest government of India!

Confusions cleared!

Well, even though of late I have been posting a lot regarding Hinduism and Hindu gods/goddesses, I would urge my readers not to misunderstand me. I don't want to make people feel that if they belong to a religion other than the one which I discuss in depth, then they aren't allowed to read this blog or so.

It's just that I myself am very devoted towards certain elements of Hinduism, and however hard may I try I can't make myself get rid of this quality of mine. I hope that being a friend (or a dear reader in case I don't know you) of mine, you would understand my feelings.

Take care!

Lakshmi Puja!

A very happy and prosperous Lakshmi puja to everyone! I really want the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity to bless each one of us today so that our lives get filled up with joy and all the worldly pleasures which at times are capable to sustaining a human being.

Of late, I have been very very attracted to the religious rituals which are performed during a puja. Durga puja of this year has passed away, and it's Sharad purnima today. This day is considered auspicious and is said to be the brightest night of the entire year!

Goddess Lakshmi is said to visit the home first which is the cleanest and where the most hardworking people reside. So, in a way this festival teaches us to maintain our houses, lives and every avenue where we set foot with utmost care. Special attention should be provided to relationships and family. Bad feelings shouldn't be allowed to accumulate in one's mind as they won't ever lead one towards progression.

Happy reading! And do leave me a comment, please..!

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Why I dislike Maths...

1. It dates back to my fourth standard when I had a horrible teacher. I hated him and thus, Maths hated me. lol
2. In class 5 I had a teacher who taught Hindi, Maths, and General Knowledge. I always felt like kicking her on her FACE and changing the way she looked. But, as I scored above ninety in all the examinations I didn't bother to do so.
3. Class 6th>> Beginning year of Algebra and other important branches of Mathematics. We had three different teachers in that year. The first one was an a*****e. The 2nd one was great, but didn't last for more than 2 classes. The third one was very good at memorizing stuff as she used to follow the guide books by heart.
4. In standard seventh, I had a very good Maths teacher. I loved the subject.
5. I loved other subjects more than Maths, and hence got only 90% in Maths as compared to above 92% in others (Science, Social Science, English, Hindi, and Sanskrit).
6. Class 9th mein we had three different teachers. The first two were awesome, the third one was BEKAAR. All he did was bhaashan baazi.
7. After class 10th, I never liked Maths. I just want you guys to encourage me so that I do well in the subject now.

Monday, 18 October 2010

Let it be...

The story which I have been writing for quite some time now has been left incomplete, and I am really sorry for that. Writing has always been something which I do only when I get inspired by something or the other, and nothing so special has happened in my life lately which would make me continue with Here comes the rain again. But anyways, since it's the time of the year when the Durga Puja festivities have just ended I would love to wish my readers a very happy year ahead. May the divine mother bless all of us and may our lives be filled with joy and prosperity.
I got a unique chance to visit almost every major city of our state during the puja festivities this year. Lavish decorations, endless lines of devotees made me cheer up as I came to know that people still exist who believe in God and wait for the festival for 12 long months.

Now, I am looking forward to Lakshmi Puja. Many of my friends are actually unaware of the fact that I have a lot of faith in the traditional methods of worshipping God which is followed by the practitioners of Hinduism.

So, guys... I would end this note with an apology. Please be patient and wait for my next update on the story. I know you guys will! *hugs*