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...A celebration of “Men-hood”, a thanksgiving day to the men who exist for the existence of society and establish peace and harmony. Relentless services men offers in their lifetime, recognize the die hard efforts of selfless contributions made by them. It’s a reminisce of men’s rights which is inconspicuous. This is also to highlight society of its responsibilities towards men being abdicated. “International Men’s Day” is celebrated every year on 19th of November to mark pride and respect of men. Save India family is instrumental behind the inception of Men’s Day celebration, a lesser known event not keenly observed. However, it’s gradually gaining shape and gradually building reputation across the country. This year it’s being celebrated in 25 States and 50 Cities of the Country. Men’s right activists across the country observe this day as “Diwali” for Men. ...TOI on Nov. 19, 2016, 8 a.m.
...Karwa means pot and Chauth means fourth. This festival falls on the fourth day of the dark-fortnight in the month of Kartik. The etymology and history behind the origin of this festival is vast and varied, ranging from women praying for men who went off to war, to celebrating the ending of the harvest season, to attempt to forge bonds with the women folk in their in-laws’ homes. Karwa Chauth is not just a tradition it’s all about love and celebration. To all the feminists who question women observing this festival, I ask, why are you always angry? With all the men in the world, and the women who are happy being women. Why are you always trying to tell women that they need to grow a moustache and be aggressive? How does following tradition make you servile? What is wrong in following a ritual/tradition if it makes you happy? What is wrong in a woman trying to put a smile on her husband’s face, offering prayers for the welfare of her family? ...TOI on Oct. 19, 2016, 4:57 p.m.
...It is a sacred bond. The experience of being married could be divine or it could be frightening in today’s world. Marriage gives you strength. Your better half compliments your personality and makes you complete. It may also stagnate your growth and make you feel drained. It is important for everyone to figure out the reason for getting married, the right time and the manner to get married. One must ponder over these issues before nodding for marriage. Here are a few tips that will be useful for eligible aspirants who want to get married. Get married when you are ready for it, not when others want you to get married. Be firm about your decision. In India, as soon as a girl crosses the age of 18 and a boy reaches the age of 21 their parents and relatives begin searching for prospective groom. The search becomes intense with each passing year. Over 75% women become first-time mothers before the age of 25 years. It appears as though getting married is the only objective of their existence. ...TOI on Oct. 5, 2016, 4:45 p.m.