The inspiring story of women's empowerment in rural India
by raman govindan (View MyPage) on May 05, 2012 02:25 PM | Hide replies
in our society, from north to south and east to west, woman are more responsible than men, honest, thrifty, hardwarking and care more about their children than men. that is one of the factors that India struggles along and certain development is visible inspite of all our top lethargic selfish politicians ruling the country.
the house maid I know, makes about 8,000 per month by working at 8 to 10 different houses, but spends around 5000 on her children's education in what she consider better school than that the govt. runs near her residence.
her children should succeed, that is impertive! she is not alone! there millions of responsible woman who toil to make a better living for their kid!
a helping hand and the lead given by Chetna Sinha and ladies like her is a welcome signal!
"She realised that people in the city were more interested in buying her photo frames than worry about her social background. As her business picked up, she decided to move to the city with her family. She was happy."
it tells that urbanisation or the urban attitude is to be intensified and cultivated!
Re: Re: The inspiring story of women's empowerment in rural India
by raman govindan (View MyPage) on May 07, 2012 11:21 AM
what does ur comment means! i am not able to make out the head or tail out from it!
Women empowerment is fine but men should take care that we do not hand each and every thing to the women. I'm not against the women of India but men will be men and women will be women.They will try to downgrade the men dominated areas and certain things which men should do and ofcourse the fights will be more frequent. Remeber a 100 men can stay with each other understanding and helping each other in a room but 2 women cannot stay together, they will fight frequently over petty issues.