Baapu sehat ke liye Tu toh hanikarak hai… 30

It is to all those INTERNET activists who are criticizing The father – Mr Phogat for all the atrocities towards his daughters and imposing his dreams on them in the movie – Dangal; before speaking a word about it and make an opinion, first go and talk to those girls what do they consider their father as today; whether they praise or criticize their father to make them what they are- girls with name, fame and financial independence.

All those who have time to spend hours on social media to post and tweet, but send maggie in their children’s tiffin, don’t have even 1hr for their kids in a day and are unable to play the role of a parent in their kid’s life coz they don’t have time for it, there is a man in the village of Haryana who is not only a strong and supportive father for his daughters but also a perfect and dedicated GURU. A man who worked so hard for his daughters that his ‘tapasya’ has given them success which has crossed international boundaries.

I am not writing this coz I am a ‘Haryana ki chori  too and have deep roots there, but to convey that this is what makes parents what they are: dreaming/deciding on behalf of their children. As a parent, I feel it’s important for you to guide and make your kids understand his /her potential.

I think Mahavir Singh Phogat did a tremendous job against all objections from the community and in the lack of finances, making his daughters strong & independent and that too in a country like India, where girl infants are left to die in dustbins and cartons. He is no different from any other parent who wanted to put their children into medicine, law, teaching or getting married.

To conclude this, I must say to all young minds out there that behind every young child who believes in himself, there is a parent who believed first and to all lovely parents that your children need your presence more than your presents.

For now, you go enjoy the movie! Mr Amir enjoys the box office performance & Mr Phogat and his daughters enjoy their stardom and glory!

Chao 🙂

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My Life… My Rules..!! But is Your Life Yours Alone? 695

It’s become quite a common line among most teenagers every time they were questioned or been advised on how they move with things in life. I have come across so many positive lines and articles that says your life is yours alone and no one will step up for it. It is only in your own hands that how you rule it.

These things are true, but what they mean is entirely different from the way it is used among the younger generations today. The way the trend is going, many like to say the famous line as “My life, my rules!” bluntly without thinking the consequences and the situation. Yes, our life is for us to live but we must not forget that our life is linked with many others living around us. People who care for us and who love us.

Every time I hear someone tell me it’s their life and they like to do things as however they want, it makes me feel sad because people just don’t know what life is all about.

Do you still think your life is yours alone? Here are a few reasons that explain why it is not-

1. Your life matters to your family

The moment you were born you become a part of someone’s life. Your parents and people who may love you. As you grow older there are lot many others who walk in your life. Some stay and some move on. But is your life alone? No! Your life is linked to many others who love to see you happy. We need to give something to get what we need.

When people decide to take off their life, they do not realize that they do not actually have the complete rights to do that. Because they fail to understand that it is easy for the person who dies, but it is difficult for the person who lives knowing that the one person who he or she loved most is not there with them anymore. So, I strongly deny that your life is not yours alone.

2. We live in a community

A person who tells you that he or she does not care about what the society thinks is the first person who is usually lying. People say that to convince themselves that they do not care, in truth they actually care. It is a reverse mechanism. When you are faced with rejection or some kind of negative responses to something or by someone, immediately many try to think that they do not care. Every human craves for recognition and to be identified for their potential. Instead of showing ignorance, it’s better to face criticism in a constructive way, After all, it is the same society which is going to give you all the things that you desire to be happy. Your existence is linked with the society you live in.

3. Following rules may help sometime

Agreed that some rules are baseless, but many are useful for us. Some rules are made for our own safety and protection. Most often the younger generation becomes agitated when they are restricted to many things. The first thing what we need to recognize is anything too much is not good. It is not the problem of having rules instead it is the problem of not knowing how to deal with them.

4. It is selfish

When someone says it’s my lifestyle, do not meddle, it sounds too prude and selfish to me. There are some people who try to be an unnecessary part of our lives when we are not interested. Some are even toxic. However, there are different ways to make sure that you keep such people at bay. But the way people go on with a rant of “My life! My rules” seems totally a selfish attitude. Sometimes it is also an escapism of laziness in order to avoid taking responsibilities.

We, humans, are social creatures and we need interactions with other people around us whether we like it or not, to survive. We may choose not to care but there are people who care for us more than we like to acknowledge. Hence, do not ever forget that your life is not yours alone. Sometimes we live by rules made by someone else just to keep the people we love happy even though it may not be something we wanted. Trust me, the result will always keep us happy in the end too. Life is to share and live together and care for one another. Embrace it, Enjoy it and Love it with everyone else in it.


Daughter’s Day Special: Enjoy this song to feel what she wants to say to you! 1127

This Daughter’s Day, Gallinukkad appeals to each parent of a daughter that now is time to change your mindset so that your daughters are raised rightly. Don’t suppress your daughter’s freedom, let her raise voice against any wrong happening to her physically and emotionally, make her career conscious and financially independent, hear and respect her opinions; don’t set boundaries for her, let her decide for herself. If you stand for her today, she will stand for herself and her daughter tomorrow.

And to the parents of a son, It’s time to teach your boys that even she is a complete individual, not just the other half.

Enjoy this beautiful song to feel what she wants to say to you!

Happy Daughter’s Day to all!