The Poetry Of A Common Indian Female: Real Women, Real Stories of Hope and Optimism! by Virendra Narayan Desai

The Poetry Of A Common Indian Female: Real Women, Real Stories of Hope and Optimism!The Poetry Of A Common Indian Female: Real Women, Real Stories of H... by Virendra Narayan Desai
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It’s a story of ups and downs-of hope and despair- of tears and joys.
It’s the saga of the common Indian female.
common Indian female who have been exploited by centuries by a male dominated patriarch society- where she is considered a commodity- a mere commodity like the cattle of the house- sometimes she is valued far below than the valuable cattle.
Today she is making her presence felt in every sphere of life- she is proving that she can perform far better than her male counterparts even in the fields which were once considered as male bastions.
She is still tormented on the roads for no fault of hers- heinous crimes are committed by the human flesh greedy vultures on her- her dignity is everyday robbed by her near and dear ones- if she dares marry outside the choice of her family-she is killed in the name of family honour.
Welcome to the world of twenty-first century Indian women.
still she of today has the passion of standing under the open blue sky, feel the fragrance of April through her hearts , feel the joy of freedom of a flying bird- hovering above and above and above her……..

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Comment by Untung Waluyo on June 28, 2015 at 1:48am

I just love for watching indian film :) waluhyo

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