From the past 3 days the news of Mrs.Kushboo and her Victory are really making headlines. Ok!!! Good!!! She has won the cases. She is being praised for her VICTORY in all the channels and news sites. I really wonder, What is that these people are celebrating or trying to celebrate? Is this “Victory” that “Worthy” to be celebrated of this MAGNITUDE?
Ok. Agree. We do have freedom of expression, we do have freedom to live however with whomever we can afford to. However, there is something called “Society and certain unwritten, simple and serene rules”. These unwritten rules are nothing but the beautiful strings that bind the society in a structured and beautiful manner. Just as the planets, satellites,stars and other heavenly bodies stay in their own place without visible strings among them and contribute to the Universe , the society too has different people, living things binded by some invisible strings called social norms and unwritten rules.
However, the real question is “Who decides these rules , what’s the limit to these rules and are these rules same for all?” .Differences do arise in answering this question as there has been lot of injustice done to particular gender or particular caste or particular sect of people. However, we need to remember that aberration do happen and just because of these aberrations we should not disobey, shun the entire system or society. If we consider the Indian Society, we have beautiful , simple unwritten rules followed. Much more interesting thing is immaterial of the state and language these social norms are common among the people in entire India. These rules are not written or shared through emails or websites or anything. They are just transferred from elders to the youngsters. However, with the change in times, changes do happen in these social norms, however, drastic change and complete change may hamper the society. These thoughts make me wonder thinking what is real development? what is real empowerment?
We have ‘n’ number of petty, idiotic shows like Roadies, Splitsvilla, Swayamvar etc being telecasted . Who do these people represent? Do they represent urban Indians? No Way? Almost all these contestants are workless, poorly dressed,brainless, immature , filthy language speaking people. It is so sick to know that they don’t have basic knowledge on current affairs of the country, they don’t even have the map sense. Their problems, issues faced and focussed are so irrelavant and unnecessary. Wearing itsy bitsy clothes , senseless ornaments and speaking filthy language is not empowerment, its not the change we need in the female or male population in India.
Anyone’s personal life is nobody’s business. However, when we are doing something which is different, which is uncommon in society we need not FLAUNT or FEEL PROUD of our acts. The same applies to live in relations . If someone is not bothered to marry ..let them not marry…however it is irritating, and a valid reason for agony when they try to preach and pose that they are brand ambassadors of the CHANGE of the society or the BRAVERY in the society. Excuse me!!! For heaven-sake don’t try to portray SHAMELESSNESS as BRAVERY!!! These sort of things cause great danger to the family system and the society. Human society is far structured than the Animal Society. We donot see Husband Dog, Wife Dog, Father in Law Dog, Mother in Law Dog , Chacha Dog, Chachi Dog etc…If this system of live in continues in the future Human society will also be a replica of Animal Society 😀
In India 37 % population is below poverty line, they donot have proper shelter, proper food. Apart from these the food inflation is so high..it is very tough even for the common middle class person to make both ends meet. There is an urgent need to improve the literacy among the people. Proper Education gives empowerment and responsibility. Current population of India has 60 % of youth. They need to focus their lives on better goals and better things with social responsibility. Entertainment, Media plays important role in the society. It has power to make or perish the society too. It would be nice if media does not glorify or beautify wrong role models to the youth and children of the society.