My mother, born in 1934,went to school upto 4th standard of those days,stayed at various cities of India with family never brought this issue in our house with my sisters and daughter in laws of staying aloof and all other taboos followed this period. We should do away with cursing women for MC.
Bras in present form and sanitary napkins are brainless western innovations for capitalist greed and minting money like anti-cholesterol drugs that actually harm the patient.These are haard to envirnoemtn by generating non bidegradable waste. Good old cloth used which was washable is eco friendly. Women who wear tight hugging braided bras likely to suffer with breast cancer as movement of muscles is inhibited causing toxins to collect inside tissues.
If I go to her house with filth all over my body will she allow me to her room including kitchen and bedroom? In schools and offices you have some dress code. Even in clubs you have restrictions on entry. If this so in modern day institutions, we can have something different for a very ancient system of faith. We are not asking others to change. Don't ask us to change based on your faith. We have our faith. If you don't believe in our faith you are not welcome. You want to come to us, follow our faith. Your coming or not coming absolutely does not matter us.
Re: Matter of fatih
by Samir Padhi on Dec 13, 2015 08:53 PM
first you should understand that menstruation is not equql to filth. Its a natural process of shedding of inner layer of uterus. its because of such mentality many girls suffer in silence during this time.Secondly your faith is mine too.and I dont agree with your idea.Sorry. Its so archaic, I wonder if you exist in 21st century..or medieval ages.
Re: TAX BENEFITS ENJOYED BY DISCRIINITING INSTITUTIONS
by paliakara narayanan sreenivasan on Dec 12, 2015 08:42 PM
Abhay- you do not know the issue. And the Girl who is bleeding also do not know the issue . Please understand first and utter.
Re: Re: TAX BENEFITS ENJOYED BY DISCRIINITING INSTITUTIONS
by DEBASIS BISWAS on Dec 15, 2015 07:31 AM
Whatever is the issue, it is true that women having menstruation are not allowed for PUJA or are not allowed to enter TEMPLE? Is the information wrong? Do you know the basis of menstruation? It has nothing to do with purity or chastity? It a normal physiological phenomenon.