Sunday, 27 September 2015


On daughter's day, seeing much of the parents feeling proud and expressing their affection for their daughters. What India feels for its daughters today?

I remember an IAS Officer saying, an administrative officer also suffers as a woman in India. We have seen our daughters burning in flames, sexually and physically assaulted, always bigoted secondary in society, a list to discrimination which never ends. I also remember Mary Kom, Sania Mirza, Saina Naihwal with clinging medals, sparkling with brightness. The way in which Indian woman are leading and gaining remarkable status and equity in society, representing India worldwide and bringing laurels to the nation, definitely make India proud on her daughters. But way is very less achieved, When daughters will feel proud to be Indian?

Indian society is still resistive to change its views for woman, a barrier to momentum. Indian families way with daughters have gain significant change and they are getting chances to move, lead and grow but women concern in society to  gain equal standing is still standing on edge to revolution . Lets be part of this revolution, because we want to say loud and clear, I am a proud Indian daughter.

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