Monday, March 9, 2009

Happy Women's Day!!

One more Women Day passed away. I got lots of wishes through SMS n calls. I feel today’s women are doing their best and getting appreciations. Even survey reports shows that mindset of society is changing towards the women, but still I feel there is the largest scope for change lies in men’s attitude to women and women attitude to themselves.

I remember that when I became VP of All India NSUI, people used to say that I became just because I m woman and for completion of 33% reservation. I decided I will prove myself through my work and I worked hard. One day Shri Ashok Gahlot (Presently CM of Rajsthan), who was our incharge, asked me, “why you work so hard? Even boys don’t work hard like you.” I replied “Sir, because I m a girl, I must make unusual efforts to succeed. If I fail, no one will say, “She doesn’t have what she takes.” They will say, “Girls don’t have what it takes. But sir, your words makes worth my work.”

On this Women’s Day I just want to say all the women that “Proud to be a woman and remember no one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”

For men I just want to say that “You all are right, its sure that God created man before woman. But then you always make a rough draft before the final masterpiece;)

Happy women’s Day!!


Arpit Uniyal said...

A little harsh but rightly said- the final draft follows the rough. But thats just it, one cannot do without the other. True that women have been treated as 2nd rate citizens all over, but its the women themselves who are responsible for their own state. And so, it is only women who can work on bringing themselves up in the wolrd to their rightful place in society. Its like 'Yin & Yang" one balances out the other, and if this balance gets disrupted, then all fails. Women of today have worked hard to restore the balance, and that is commendable... but as said, lot needs to be done. So here's congratulating all women and their endeavors.... wishing them the best in the future.

Prashant_92rocxx said...

well u have become a source of inspiration for the youth's, especially th womens...keep working hard and make us proud..god bless u...

Prashant Uniyal

Manish Bhatt said...

Nice blog, Chayanika. This happens to be a distant relative, Himani Uniyal's husband. Keep up the good work!

Arvind Sharma said...

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Sudesh Kumar DJV said...

Nice profile. India has expectation from youngsters like you. So wish you a grand success in all your ambitions... but please madam do remember never to deviate from your earlier dreams of a strong and vibrant India.