Many of you shared your stories of how you faced SOCIAL STIGMA and did not let that change the course of your lives. I shall also be sharing my story as well as that of many women whose lives could have been very different had they not given in to pre existing social norms and maybe had the freedom to question those structures at the time. This story shifts between my life and that of my grandmother, depicting how we both had a choice at every step. And how our different choices completely changed the stories of our life. #Bhaag
Dar ke mare sharam se dosti karli maine, Bola gaya shasan ko tu practically seh le, Sadko pe log yahan khule aam mutte hai, Kar kisko control yahan Bina warrant, andar honge.
Follow your heart and believe in your passion no matter what the world says. This song reminds us that things which make us happy today, might not serve us tomorrow, and it's the beauty in the mundane which will always keep us going.
Soche Har Pal, Phir Kyu Bola Nahi Rota Chup Kar, Par Kyu Sehta Wahi Adhoore The Jo Wo Khwaab, Bun Lo Unko Aaj, Kya Bolein Tume ye baat Choti Si baat Lage kuch khaas. Dheere, dheere, beh jaaye ye Khwaab Kya Bolein Tumse Ye baat
For me, Rahiman Dhaga is a spin on the age old causality dilemma; relationships once broken; can they be mended? a collage of dohas by Mirabai and Rahim, where their words speak of the non-permanence of relationships.
'Relationships, once broken can they or should they be mended.' And for years both my brother and I felt that the meaning of the Doha - II Rahiman dhaga prem ka mat todo chitkaye, toote se phir na jude, jude ganth padi jaye II We thought that Rahim was saying that relationships once broken cannot be mended just like a rope once cut cannot be fixed and once fixed it will always have a knot. But that's not true, is it?
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