The story of a princess whose death is a mystery : http://romieducation.com/2020/05/07/krishna-kumari-the-princess-whose-death-is-a-mystery/
In India, girls are always judged and blamed. ” Aisi ladki nai pasand Mujhe, waise ladki galat hai ” ( I don’t like this kind of girl, that girl is wrong ). ” Mere bete ko fansaya “( she trapped my son), ” mere Bhai ko Badal Diya (she changed my brother )”
And out of the box, the aunty who got divorced years back commented in a sarcastic tone “suna hai tumhari bahu sindoor laga k ghumti hai” (I have heard that your daughter-in-law puts on vermilion wherever she goes)…
The reply to that aunt should be ” do chutki sindoor ki kimat aap kya jano”, dher Sara pyaar basta hai isme”. (What do you know about the worth of two pinches of vermilion, is a lot of love.)
And to the one who was busy in judging Mehar, she thought of gifting her a mirror.It’s very easy to put allegations by all the aunties and relatives who are there to judge a bride. The saddest part is they are so rigid to accept that the girl is now part of their family. Women jealous, envy, demean and hate each-other rather than welcoming the girl, they just plan to mentally harass and abuse her. The clock was ticking, and suddenly Mehar came out of her thoughts with the howl of her mother-in-law. She was screaming from the verandah, ” It’s already 9 in the morning, I haven’t got tea yet. Girls nowadays have no manners. In our time, we used to wake up early before everyone. I don’t know what will happen to the family now, what did Rajat saw in her “. Read more:
Women’s condition in lockdown: http://romieducation.com/2020/03/29/the-untold-story-of-neha-during-lockdown/
A short story of lockdown: http://romieducation.com/2020/04/04/have-you-also-felt-the-silence-under-the-terror-of-the-virus/
How society & family body shames a girl:
Mehar checked her phone, there were 393 pending work mails and 198 unread messages on WhatsApp. Her husband was sleeping beside her. She went towards the washroom with a heavy heart and disturbed mind. She was thinking of becoming a good wife, a daughter-in-law, a sister-in-law. She was thinking, how to balance her professional and personal life.
Unfortunately, some family members are so psychotic that no matter how hard you try to forge a healthy relationship, nothing will help. Now that you’re an adult, take refuge in the fact that some things are beyond your control. You owe it to yourself to steer clear of people who are harmful to your health.
-Andrea LavinthalWill it be easy for her to play a new role? Also read:
Viral food recipes: http://romieducation.com/2020/04/06/viral-trending-food-recipes-during-lockdown/
Surprise your partner during a lockdown: http://romieducation.com/2020/04/06/ideas-to-surprise-your-partner-after-the-lockdown-is-over/
Will she be able to keep her ego and self-respect aside? Help Mehar, guide her to deal with her new phase of life.Friends, if you are touched with the short story, write to me.
Be happy and let others!