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An advocate of feminism & Dalit rights, these words by Dr B R Ambedkar are relevant even now. Here are 6 quotes by Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar!
Born on 14th April 1891, B R Ambedkar has become a larger than life figure in our current political as well as historical discourse. He conquered the international academic world and became a research scholar in political science, law and economics.
This helped him gain quite an insight into society, inequality and rights. The second half of his career was characterised by his involvement in political activities and social movements.
Being a Dalit, he experienced and witnessed some of the cruel social injustices against the Dalits such as untouchability and segregation. While practising law in the High Court of Bombay, he tried to empower and uplift individuals who were branded ‘untouchables.’
Quotes by Dr B R Ambedkar about the upliftment, women empowerment and equality have managed to motivate people for decades now. His words held the power to help people understand the importance and need for equality.
Other than that, he also believed that women needed to be educated in order for society to prosper. On his birth anniversary, it is important to remember him and his thoughts. Here are 6 feminist quotes by Dr B R Ambedkar to help us remember why we started this fight.
“Be educated, be organised and be agitated.”
“Class is a state of mind.”
“I measure the progress of a community with the degree of progress women have achieved.”
“The stories of women entering into public discussions with men on most abstruse subjects of religion, philosophy and metaphysics are by in no means few.”
“What are we having this liberty for? We are having this liberty to reform our social system, which is full of inequality, discrimination and other things, which conflict with our fundamental rights.”
“We shall see better days soon and our progress will be accelerated if male education is persuaded side by side with female education.”
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Shivani is currently an undergraduate political science student who is passionate about human rights and social issues, particularly women's rights and intersectionality. When she is not viciously typing her next article or blog post, read more...
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Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 might have had a box office collection of 260 crores INR and entertained Indian audiences, but it's full of problematic stereotypes.
Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 starts with a scene in which the protagonist, Ruhaan (played by Kartik Aaryan) finds an abandoned pink suitcase in a moving cable car and thinks there is a bomb inside it.
Just then, he sees an unknown person (Kiara Advani) wave and gesture at him to convey that the suitcase is theirs. Ruhaan, with the widest possible smile, says, “Bag main bomb nahi hai, bomb ka bag hai,” (There isn’t a bomb in the bag, the bag belongs to a bomb).
Who even writes such dialogues in 2022?
Be it a working or a homemaker mother, every parent needs a support system to be able to manage their children, housework, and mental health.
Let me at the outset clarify that when I mention ‘work’ here, it includes ANY work. So, it could be the work at home done by a homemaker parent or it could be work in a professional/entrepreneurial environment.
Either way, every parent struggles to find that fine balance between ‘work’ and ‘parenting’, especially with younger kids who still need high emotional and physical support from their caretakers. And not just any balance, but more importantly, balance that lets them keep their own sanity intact!