Friday, December 3, 2010


Women don’t seem to succeed as they use to before. Seeing the pace they are progressing in, I am afraid if we are going to have any businesswomen in future. Will there be any competitor to Kishor Biyani, Tata, Birla or Ambani? Future doesn’t seem to be bright for women, but not to demoralize you further ladies but actually challenging the gentlemen reading the piece in hand, I want to proceed ahead with the topic I have already began with.
These days the power of women seems to be dwindling. Days back women were men’s weaknesses they assumed power as the accused companion who was spared in every sector and was forbidden from any punishment in the past. But now it seems women are born to suffer especially from the men race .I don’t hold the men class solely responsible for this act of theirs, women are somewhere or the other responsible for their disrespect . In my life if ever I have respected anyone so much it’s only my dad whom I love very much. I know the reason behind it and even you will as you proceed with this book which is a resemblance of the turmoil I never revealed in my life.
The book u are reading is a crystal clear depiction of a woman’s life, how she is entangled between her family before marriage and then within her in-laws. I feel every girl has this inborn right to step out of the house enjoy equal opportunities of growth and freedom. In my house it has always been my mom who has cooked; neither has my brother nor have my cousins. Why? It’s not the only question I ask but even as to who gave you this right of discriminating your sister?
Straightforwardness is not welcome these days it seems, especially when it is possessed by a girl, who has made a picture of a typical Indian girl in an Indian boy’s mind.
Maturity is where these people are lagging behind. Who is to be blamed? Their parents, the culture, the surroundings, the company he keeps or the person himself?
Men of the Gen Y lack maturity. But more of the losers are women. Women ought to be mature. Need of the day is to educate the masses about their behavior. Here masses don’t really represent the corporate crowd but comprise of all in the service sector. Even students, undergrads, graduates and the newly hired fresh candidate play the yeast in the cake of life.


  1. this post i actually an introductory page to my upcoming book

  2. Things are changing for the better.. We have Women leading big businesses, topping competitive exams, leading sports, playing a significant role in society, they get challenging portfolios in Ministry. So they are no more the weaker sex as History had grossly mistaken to call them.
    Its more of a mindset that has evolved through generations which needs to be changed- your blog is one positive attempt in that direction!

    Respect the emotions expressed !