International Women’s Day and the Significance of Indian / Hindu Sanatan Sanskriti or Culture

Christianity or Muslims don’t have goddesses. God Mohammed had multiple wives even from teenagers. Jesus Christ was crucified and then declared god after that torture. After Christ’s death, his daughter supposes to be a priest but then leaders don’t allow that.

But in Hindu Culture we have Goddess Sita, Parwati, Laxmi, Sarvasti and more who are worshipped for their diety and deeds.

So in India, we are already worshipping and celebrating women’s lives for more than millions of years.

But in today’s world women are made to believe they are victims of Male Dominance or Patriarchy or Brahmin Patriarchy in society. New digital media make women believe in playing victim cards.

It is like Backward Class Reservation System where they gave 50 to 60 per cent reservations in educational schools and colleges and they always talk about dissolving all caste systems into one. But they want special treatment of reservations forever for their specific cast. As they are forever financially and education-wise backwards in society for the last 75 years.

Specifically, young women should start accepting their female body qualities than asking men why they don’t suffer periods and why only girls have to bear it. Even the toxicity of cigarettes and alcohol is increasing in all ages of women.

It’s like Hindi Film Actresses called Priyanka Chopra who talks about patriarchy in Indian society and says she has all right to walk naked on the street if she wants but that doesn’t give the right men to rape her, correct but why do you want to walk naked on the streets when you have 5,000 dresses and 1,000 shoes in your wardrobe. Even Mis. Chopra asks Indians celebrating the Diwali festival of light not to burn crack crackers as she has asthma but she burns thousands of dollars in crackers at her wedding. Just hypocrisy.

So stop playing the victim card and celebrate your womanhood every day of the calendar year.

Thanks and Regards
Mandar Apte

Published by Mandar Apte

Mandar is a Mumbai-based multi-disciplinary designer with UX/UI, Logo, Symbol, and Brand Identity design expertise. He currently runs his Mudrkashar Linguistic Apple iPhone, iPad, and Mac app business in the heart of Mumbai city.

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