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Published on February 27, 2014

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This article has been written for Techkriti Blog for a Cause Contest.
The topic was:
“The hand that rocks the cradle rules the World.” Write about a particular issue concerning the position of women in today’s society.

For more information visit: http://www.socialscribblers.in/techkriti-blog-cause/
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The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world It is very true that the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. It is a woman only,in the role of a mother,who brings us into existence. She is a creator in the real sense of the term. She is the first person with whom we are acquainted after coming into this world.

A woman is traditionally considered to be an epitome of motherhood,care,affection and endurance. Indeed, women have proved themselves to be so, but both the historical and present era abounds in examples of many such women who have broken the stereotypical image of a traditional Indian woman. In medieval era, Chandbibi resisted the large Mughal forces of Akbar and was thus successful in saving the territory of Ahmednagar, of which she was the regent, while she was alive. Modern history sings of women like Rani Lakshmi Bai, Jhalkari Bai and Rani Chennamma who fought bravely against Britishers. In modern day world too, women like Indira Gandhi, Indira Nooi, Chanda Kochar, Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, Mary Kom, Sunita Williams, Kalpana Chawla and many such others have made a mark in their respective fields. Today's modern woman has broken the myth that some professions are reserved for men only and has excelled in the field of engineering , medical, law, sports, politics, business and administration. Despite the success of women in all spheres of life,some evils like dowry,female foeticide,domestic violence etc. still exist in Indian society. A newly wed bride is subjected to mocking remarks and the harsh treatment meted out to her in-laws,if she does not bring enough of dowry with her. At some places,

the brides are even burnt or poisoned to death. In some other cases,the girl is tortured to such an extent that she commits suicide. What people don't realize while doing so is that they are selling their sons. If someone says that a woman is responsible for her own condition, it is not a lie. In case of female foeticide, she allows the foetus to be killed in her womb. If she says a firm no to all those who force her to do so, she will be instrumental in saving her own clan. The ultrasound machines should be used only to cure the ailments of the foetus, not to determine its sex. Another such social evil is domestic violence. A wife is physically tortured by her husband for money or for not obeying his orders. If the man is a drunkard, the wife's life becomes hell. India is a developing country.More and more people are now aware and educated. Still,some highly educated boys and men consider their female counterparts to be inferior, which is highly shameful. The typical mindset of men is still the same.When they see their female colleagues being promoted, they vent out their anger by sexually abusing them. Due to this sort of behaviour, no place in the country is safe for women. It puts a big question mark on the character of Indian society : Is it ready to accept

the progressive role of women? The daily headlines about such similar shameful incidents seem to give the answer-probably no. This situation is far worse in the rural areas where women are not educated. They are exploited, but they cannot fight for their rights, owing to their illiteracy. The Government has framed many laws to uphold the dignity of women but they are not fully implemented. A very good example of this can be seen in the Panchayati Raj of rural areas. If a woman is elected to the Panchayat, it means that she should transfer all her duties to her husband and go on with the same household chores. The main problem in India is that people aren't afraid of violating the law. They will continue to work of their own accord and it doesn't matter to them if what they do is legal or not. On observing the Indian society closely,it appears to be highly hypocritical. It is a real irony in a country like India where,on one hand Goddesses like Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati are worshipped, and on the other hand, women are treated with such disrespect. Though many incidents taint the whole nation, it is a good sign that still, women are moving out and are learning to be selfdependent, succeeding in all walks of life. It is the undeterred

spirit of womanhood, which refuses to bow down before any difficulty and fights against it. Women can improve their situation themselves by teaching their sons to respect their female counterparts. Also, girls should be taught to respect themselves. For example, it is considered to be a girl's religion to be deft in household chores. The mindset of a girl should be- 'I'm willing to learn anything as a human being, but I'll not learn to do household chores just because I'm a girl. "If parents teach their daughters to learn cooking, they should do the same with their sons. Then only can we build a healthy society. "Abala" ( the weak or feeble one) is a synonym for a woman but we should work hard to change it to " Sabala" (the strong one) and this is possible only if both girls and boys, men and women come together for this cause. -Kajol Saraswat

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