Words and Notion

Words Whipping up Whimsical Waves of Notion


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Teacher’s Day!

In fact only a very few people in this virtual world really know about me, still not much about me. I simply enjoy being virtual in a world of words.
So I am really touched with this specially dedicated post on a teachers day, making me to go back to my days in NIT. Thanks a lot Utkarsh for your kind words..

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I know I am too late but as it is said: “Better to be late than never!” So lets start.. this is a very special post dedicated to all my beloved Ma’am’s here on WordPress 🙂

This WordPress family is something without which I cannot imagine my life… Thank you all for being so supportive and motivating.🤗… The list of Ma’am’s is really long but I can say that all of them are worth reading… You can always look forward to them, they are always willing to help…

Let’s Start with a little appreciation and intro…😃

Akhila Ma’am

One such person who can mold all daily routine, day to day situations and social issues into a simple quote and present! Her writings are so simple yet effective… All she gave me was Motivation and inspiration… Thankyou Akhila Ma’am 😊

Ranjeeta Ma’am

She is my best teacher! We talk, we discuss…

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Does she really a need a degree on her shoulder to prepare homely food?

Why are you complaining on denial of opportunities of education to a girl while more number of girls than boys are seen as faculties in schools and colleges? Oh, it’s a great achievement since she is not only educated but employed also. And yes, teaching is a safe and less hectic job for her, thinking from her parents’ perspectives.

Alas!
Feel pity on these cultured senseless thoughts

Why should a woman be educated while her whole purpose is just to get engaged in house hold stuffs? There are many uneducated women who manage home pretty well. So what’s the need of having a degree on her shoulder to prepare homely food? Is it just an entry pass in the matrimonial websites?

There has been lots of progress in the field of female education. Never forgetting that progress as well as the contributions of brave historic women, let me ask “Does that progress trend really match with the number of employed women in the country right now?”

Or may be woman education is for controlling the population as she won’t get married at an early stage unlike the uneducated women. Pheww…

The Pradita Chronicles

Today I’m angry…. beyond words. I’m furiously typing this on my phone because I don’t want to waste time by going to my laptop, switching it on, logging in and what not and risk losing my chain of thoughts… or my anger.

I’m angry at every parent who dares to show their girl-child that she can dream of real equality. I am angry at every son who thinks that he deserves an educated woman who will quit her aspirations and ambitions just to make him ‘ghar ka khana‘ (home-made food). I’m angry at every girl who listens to such dimwits.

I’ll tell you the source of this anger…

I got off a phone call from a friend who told me she had left her well paying job as a Software Engineer only to reprise the role of a homemaker,becauseno one in her husband’s family supported her work

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I am on my Periods

“I am on my Periods, I am bleeding”, how it can be different from breathing or digesting. It’s just another very normal biological phenomenon.

But people are uncomfortable to talk about it; they feel embarrassed even if they talk about it…Another stereotypic impression.

“We are not shy anymore. We are not dealing with any nuclear bombs as Shreya said. We, the girls are likely to bleed for between 2,000 to 3,000-plus days in our lifetimes. So this bloody thing is no more a taboo.”

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Few days ago, I had gone to a nearby shop to buy sanitary pads and it was when I noticed that shopkeeper was looking for a newspaper to wrap up the packet in it to ensure the thing won’t be visible even before putting it in a poly bag. He took about a couple of minutes for the task and I was already getting restless to leave. So I just told him, ”Uncle bomb nhi hai, esehi dedo” (“It’s not a nuclear bomb, give it as it is”). And then his expression was indescribable as he saw me weirdly without saying anything and handed it to me directly putting it into poly bag. I left.

The above incident hasn’t happened just only at a particular place but I have noticed such happenings in various places. How pathetic! The thing could appear a jiffy matter to anyone but no doubt, these…

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Our body is the first wonder in the world

We have time to learn the 7 wonders in the world. But hardly have we appreciated the real wonders in a living body. I have senses to perceive the world, legs to walk, hands to hold you and so many miracles. Above all I have a mind too, which science can answer the mind processing in the perfect way?

How wonderful our body is! While living in a technologically miraculous world, rarely we recognise the real miracle, the birth. Hats off to the great creator.

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Half of February is done. I hope the high tide of love that knocked at our doors hasn’t turned low after the conclusion of Valentine’s day.

I was just checking through my news feed on Facebook and I came across a video which showed the development of a child fromFecundationtill birth. Amazing video.

I don’t know how many of us actually know how sophisticated our bodies are. We spend time studying the software and hardware around us, but we don’t realise that the best technology actually exists in our very own body.

For instance, eating food. Such an easy process, just chew and swallow. However, it’s not that simple. There is so many mechanisms and processes involved in the background. One step goes wrong and that’s when we even notice. We call it disease.

During our development in our mother’s womb, there are so many things that need…

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What makes a woman truly perfect?

He said,
“I love the black mascara on your eyes
I love your rosy lips and bubbly cheeks
I love the red bindi on your forehead
But I love you more without those bindi or mascara or lipsticks”

Her inner self whispered “I’m ME. He is magnetized and excited about me. I am one of a kind. Nothing can beat my confidence. My personality and confidence defines my magnificence.”


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Child is the father of man(&woman)!

Meet this clever papa and two innocent kids, And yes Newton also..

The little one was shouting to play pokemon cards. . . . Now Newton’s third law first! 😃 “Every action, there is equal and opposite reaction. . . !” The elder was so adamant and said : “I don’t want to play pokemon cards” Now, Newton’s first law comes into play! “…an object either remains […]

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A scream

Let us be Durgas and not Sitas

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Is it a curse?

or malediction perhaps worse,

to be a born as a girl,

In this wretched world.

Confined or caged,

we are nothing different than a immure bird.

predicted to caper around with barbie dolls,

and act as dull witted damsel in distress.

what are we considered ?

perhaps a burden laden

on our loved ones.

Or a liability in the household.

useless we are assessed,

never did we get a chance?

to prove ourselves.

Is it our mistake?

that we are born a girl.

Only if I was ever given a choice

I would have chose to be a boy…..

why is that ?

you slit down our wings,

and asked us to fly.

tied our legs together ,

and asked us to run…

what we can give you

is a sarcastic chuckle…

for you forgot to lookout

for the fire beneath the dainty lashes….

confined beneath…

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