Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Yes! One more Raksha Bandhan

On the eve of rakshabandhan, i had opportunity to go through this article: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1023053 . Then, i thought yes, we Indian are bad, always ogling on girls, always ready to brand next door girl characterless when she failed to appreciate your moves toward her. Then i thought, i have never heard of festival celebrating special relationship of brother and sister, though i have heard versions of Holi, Diwali, which are celebrated in other part of world. So, what is wrong. Are we just serious about our sisters, and rest all girls do not have brothers. And these foreigners do not have any right to make a statement like, "Do I tell them about bargaining at the bazaar for beautiful saris costing a few dollars a piece, and not mention the men who stood watching us, who would push by us, clawing at our breasts and groins?"

Because these foreign girls are always ready to sleep with anyone. Have not you seen English movies?
This country, India, which was bold enough to write kamsutra, suddenly found this topic taboo and not to be talked about. And those who talk it are characterless though as a man, we have every right to take adavantage of crowded bus or a sleeping girl in train. We were always considered as a country with rich culture, which this girl describes as "Do I tell them about our first night in the city of Pune, when we danced in the Ganesha festival, and leave it at that? Or do I go on and tell them how the festival actually stopped when the American women started dancing, so that we looked around to see a circle of men filming our every move?"  Well, of course she is lying, she must have been wrongly dressed, they should learn form our sisters how to clothe. Only if our sisters have been given freedom to choose.
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