Monday, March 23, 2015

I will FLY, Chase the Wind and TOUCH the SKY!!!

Women have always played an important role in improving the condition of the society. Women is the eye of this world, women is a mother of this world. An educated lady can make the whole family educated, if a man is educated only he is educated. There is a saying in Sanskrit, "Yatra Naryastu Pujyante, Ramante Tatra Devata", it means gods live the place where women are respected and worshiped. But not ninety percent of women arenot even treated as humans in India.

As we all know the right to education is a birth right of every Indian child, but not many girl child are lucky enough to understand this.  I do agree with that, in few cities, we can see almost hundred percent children, boys and girls are getting good education. When it comes to villages, the scenario is still not in an improved condition. Most of the girl child parents are not willing to send their girl child to the school. I belong to such small village in Karnataka, where girls are not sent out side of their houses.

The parents in these kind of  villages prefer to send their boy child to the schools but not the girl child. The social barriers and rigid customs often become a berried to the education of the girl child in these kind of villages.

Moreover, many parents are also not willing to send their girls to a co-educational school. Yes, I completed my education in girls school, girls college!!!. Indian government has introduced many projects to bring the girls to school, latest one from Narendra Modi is Ladki bachao ladki padhao. Government is trying to remove social evils, which prevent education from reaching every door step. A woman plays various roles in her lifetime- daughter, sister, wife and mother. The education and development of children depends much on their parents, especially their mother. Thus it is very important for a girl to be educated. Yes, this is what helped me to perceive higher education. In our village only up to twelth class, we can study for graduation we need to go out from the village to city to continue education. After my twelth I was willing to Start A New Life and perceive degree, that too in biotechnology.

Thanks to my parents for their love and support. They were with me all the time and encouraged me to chase my dreams.

In 2006, I left my village to #StartANewLife, it was not so easy for me especially leaving family and living alone in an unknown city, but not difficult too. It has been nine years I am away from home, but still my parents are so proud about me that I am double degree holder and working in

Thank you Amma and Appa for allowing me to Start A New Life

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