Gau(MATA)s of My Country

Gau politics is enjoying special limelight now-a-days. A clan has taken the duty to apotheosis this matter damn seriously. Other factions are not getting tired of loathing such nonsense (according to them) this. By the way our "North Blockadhishwars"  have chosen to stand with the first team. 

Few days ago a news of acid attacks on fifteen cows and oxen from Karmana village in Uttar Pradesh  (India) has spoken volume of the vulnerabilities of this four-legged-two-horned species. The pictures of those suffering animals were so disturbing that the media chose not to share it in their news column. The shaking truth comes out from the villagers information on that issue. That says the unproductive and abandoned (by the owner) were the main target of this heinous crime. 

 Is this situation has any similarity with the present condition of women in our society? The "abandoned" word also get used easily for the women staying in legal separation from their husbands (in old dialect which also stand for the meaning of "Master of house").For those woman our society also holds a vitriolic perception regarding their character and humanity. Sometimes, they also receive the same treatment, as those fifteen bovine specie, from their aggravated-for-being-rejected paramours.

Similarly, the accusation of unproductivity always impends on the fate of the female members in our society. Sometimes, which also begets the cause of such aforementioned "abandance".  From this, one can easily understand that those four-legged creatures and woman in our society are sailing in the same boat in some particular situations. 

It seems like a new vahini of Mahila-rakshak can easily be introduced which will go hand in hand with the new fad of Gau-raksa because the word ''GAU'' also includes the term "MATA" with it. Will the idea be handy?? 

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  1. This blog is written on a contemporary issue in India.. #Happy_Reading .. Thank u...

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