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Published on February 27, 2014

Author: socialscribblers



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.

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"The hands that rocks the cradle rules the world”. Write about particular issue concerning the position of women in today's society. The woman, later a mother after marriage plays an important role in ensuring the continuity of the human race on earth. "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world" is a line of a poem written by the American poet, William Ross Wallace, summarizing in nine words a dignified thought which cannot be so forcefully expressed even by a volume of many pages. Women constitute half of the population of the world. Hence, they deserve half of total empowerment in all fields- political, social, economic, judicial etc. But the reality is that only a small percentage of women have a just share in all these fields as even in business, trade, services etc. It is true that at higher levels, women are there in all fields such as politics, educational institutes ( as students, teachers, etc.), in hospitals and dispensaries (as doctor, nurses, etc.), offices (as clerks, receptionists, officers, managers, administrators, etc), singers, dancers, painters, architects, lawyers, drivers and even pilots, police, army personal and officers. But the number is limited. Some women have proved good business enterpreners. Even their number is limited. On the other hand, female foeticide, dowry deaths and domestic abuse provide a macabre background of primitive barbarism. However

well a democracy may work, recurring social injustice and violence against women continue to centre on poverty. ‘Feminisation of poverty’ is now an undeniable reality of India. Violence and abuse affect women from all kind of backgrounds every day. Sometimes, women are attacked by strangers, but most often they are hurt by people who are close to them. Nowadays we daily heard about rape cases, burning bride for dowry, punishing a mother for giving birth to baby girl. Is this right? Is this is their status? From everywhere women are humiliated. Eve teasing, rapes, dowry deaths, female foeticide are so common violence against women. Violence and abuse can cause terrible physical and emotional pain. The status of women in not very much improved or why this happens to girls only and only because 1. India is male dominated society: - Boys are preferred to daughter. Men are superior to women. Man governs unquestioned. The son is always honoured. But why? He will bring us rich dowry. He will give shelter to his aged parents. He will carry on his father's generation. 2. Daughters are curse: - parents have to arrange large dowry for them. They are raped and humiliated in public. I think if we change our thinking towards girls then the status of girls and women in our society will definitely improve. Everyone should respect them, they are also human beings. If every male start thinking that women are not only for giving birth to babies or are not only for keeping house or are not only for providing satisfaction to their lust. They are like us, who have equal rights as we have. They also have their self respect. They are most beautiful creatures created by God. A man and woman are like two wheels of a cart. The cart can move fast and safely too, when both of them pull it in the same direction and with equal strength. Hence no developing country or society can effort to ignore the role of women, if they have to progress. Sakshi Harit TECH52965

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