Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Stop this HEnity!

He can sleep up till late *Tick Tick Tick all around the clock* 
He can go for late night parties *Bang Bang* 
He can go for night outs, outings for months, etc etc *Hurrahhh...* 
He can do whatever he wants to do man! *I'm a Man benefit* 
He does no work yet, He's "Maa ka Ladla"
I'm talking in general about those families who have both baba's and babe's
Baba: "Mom, I am going at xyz's place for nightout"
Babe: "Mom, Can I go at xyz's place for nightout?"
See the difference! Some reader's might have faced this situation's wherein your brother makes his decision and you need permission to make your's. You have one permission for some sort of thing and he has one rejection *1:1 ratio* Whenever you fight and say " He is allowed to do everything, why are'nt I?" then mom picks that one rejection and say's "See I had rejected his permission as well". Then, you have no answer and you wait for that time when you'll be able to take decision for yourself.

How could I forget the most common tagline "Jamana kharab hai!" You give several reasons why you want to reach at that place but, this tagline has no break. In short, If your parent want to reject your permission they use this line. According the poll's it is seen that, majority daughters take care of their parents over sons. 

"Sanskar!", this word is only found in the dictionary of daughter's. "Tulsi mein dusre angaan ki!" *ahuh ahuh* "Iskaa kya hai, Ishe toh yehi rehna hai par tujhe shaadi karke dusre ghar jaana hai!" *The never ending marriage sequence* So, however your son is it's simply okay but, the daughter must be valued properly. All those mistakes done by him are gulped in but, those done by daughter stay like scars forever. Somewhere this HEnity must be brought to an end.

Some may totally disagree with each and every word of mine but, As said I'm talking in 'general'. 

But, beyond all being a "Girl" is an amazing experience.
Cute Babe
Innocent Daughter
Lovely wife
Incredible Mother
Modern Grandmother

Thursday, 4 December 2014

Arjun Kapoor- Struggle from fat to fit.

This story is about the most inspiring actor 

Arjun Kapoor- Struggle from fat to fit!

Arjun kapoor whose now six-pack Superstar and the man who has so many female admirers. Five year back, couldn't fit into the airline sits because of his impeccable physique and sculpted muscles.

He weighed about 140kg, he says that the weighing machine would take one full circle as there weren't enough numbers on it. The unfit physique resulted in medical issues. During his 20's he was asthmatic, He was always cranky, fussy, Short tempered. He could barely run for more than 10 seconds.When he walked with the crowd, people around only noticed his physique. He wasn't an attractive charm.

From 140kg to 87kg

Salman Khan turned out to be his personal trainer. Arjun left eating all the junk food and sweets. Arjun’s diet was like:
  • Breakfast: 4-6 egg whites, toast, egg yolk.
  • Post Workout: Protein Shake.
  • Lunch: Chapati (or Roti), Veggies (or sabzi), Chicken, Dal (He used to take Bajra Roti instead of aata roti as it was a rich source of fibre)
  • Dinner: He stayed away from carbohydrates at night and only ate chicken or fish.

He melted all the excess fat, Ignited the calories and carved every muscle in his body. Struggled for hours in the gym. He turned himself from bulky Arjun to Sexy Arjun, with a cutting-edge fitness dynasty to be counted among one of Bollywood's biggest six-pack superstars.

Arjun said, "Being fat was part of my life. Actually, I never wanted to lose weight, content with what I was. But I knew I was lying to myself that I was happy being this way. In the last five years, I've learnt my lesson: Never Give Up! Patience is the key - live through each day, one day at a time. Fight the bad days just like you revel in the good ones. And never set any target date" 
(src: Mail Today Bureau & HealthyCeleb)

That Smile! 

Now, At an incredible 87kg ,He is charm of million females. An inspiration for youth's. An excellent artist. He is adorable, enchanting, glamorous and a heart Throb of women.

That Enchanting Look! 

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Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Children of the streets

"There is no trust more sacred than the one the world holds with children. There is no duty more important than ensuring that their rights are respected, that their welfare is protected, that their lives are free from fear and want and that they can grow up in peace." 
- Kofi Annan

It is estimated that more than 400,000 street children in India exist. The majority of street children in India are boys with little or no education. Street children are of age group between 6 to 12 age. These children separate from their families and start living on their own in this wide world. Some common reasons are poverty, aberrant families and urbanization.

The basic education is also not provided to these children thus, they are not able to understand the difference between good and bad. At such mere age they do what they see. Such, children get easy influenced by people. Those people who are part of child trafficking. Thus, their future is hindered.

"On the street there is no tomorrow. There is only here and now and nothing else. And yesterday is just another day you’re trying to forget."
-Darlenne Susan Girard

Most children who leave home to live on the streets come from slums or low cost housing, both which are areas of high illiteracy, drug use, and unemployment. Children usually transfer their lives to the streets through a gradual process; they may at first only stay on the street a night or two. Then, the street turns their home!
As their basic needs are not accomplished they get involved in many criminal activities. Street robberies, Pick pockets, Drug and nicotine addiction and many more other activities. At your suprise, there are lakhs of street children in the highest economic city Mumbai! So now question arises, Is Mumbai really economically strong? Then turn out to whole of India, Is India economically strong to fulfil the basic needs of these children?

If you and me take a step forward, then yes India is economically strong to fulfil the basic needs of these children. Contribute not more not little but, what suits your pocket and needs of others. This is my step towards Better India and Better Us! I am going to #BlogToFeedAChild with Akshaya Patra and BlogAdda.

 Support the fight against Hunger and Education
Better India Better Us!

Child is meant to Learn, not to Earn..

On my way back home, I thought of having chai at the tapri nearby, So me and my wife went near the tapri, The chaiwala was preparing masala chai on a coal fire, besides him was a small boy, in morbid condition thin, tanned and it looked like the child managed somehow to fit in those trousers, wearing a shirt which must have been washed ages ago. You would pitty that poor little soul.
As he walked towards us, he slipped and fell on his face, the unglazed clay teacups (Kulhar) broke and the tea was all over the floor. The chaiwala yelled at him, and hit him hard. The poor little boy could only cry.
When me and my wife yelled at the chaiwala for hitting him, the chaiwala said, " Last month, this boy cried and praised near me to lend him 1000Rs and when its time to pay back, He has nothing in hand and agreed to work here. Since, the day he started working here he is creating mess around. He broke 5 kulhar's and now you are yelling at me for this boy!"
The tears in his eyes were so pure, that I couldn't resist myself from paying his loan amount. Me and my wife had word with that poor child, He said, "Saheb, Dhanyawadh! "
When my wife asked him "Why you borrowed 1000Rs ?"
He answered, " My dad left my mom for another woman, I have 2 sister's and a younger brother, My mom couldn't handle this and she tried to commit suicide. My mom was hospitalised and we went short of money, So I borrowed 1000Rs from Shamkumar Uncle (Chaiwala). We have no earning member in our family, so I couldn't pay back the loan and now I left school and have to work here." We took him to the NGO and the NGO is working for the betterment of that poor soul.
Put children in classes, not for washing the glasses!

This was just a short story depicting the problems faced by children. According to the 2011 national census of India, it is found that the total number of child labour, aged 5–14, to be at 4.35 million and the total child population to be 259.64 million in that age group.

These Children facing child labour, Just want better future.  

Make their Future Bright,
Shape their Future Right.
Please do a favor,
Stop this Child Labor.

I am going to #BlogToFeedAChild with BlogAdda and Akshaya Patra!