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Atta Galatta started as a regional language bookstore. A haven for those with an insatiable appetite for native tongues. And where there’s interesting literature, there is bound to be exciting activity. It soon got popular as a venue for eclectic workshops, vibrant performances, book launches, group readings, moderated discussions, thrilling quizzes and much more.
People spent hours drowned in books, conversations and events. To keep their stamina going Atta Galatta infused coffee and delicious baked goodies into its offering. Little did they know that people would love it enough to buy it for their homes. The demand for flavourful, nutritious and freshly baked breads increased to such an extent that it had to be turned into a distinct venture. Serendipitously the name fell perfectly into this mix with Atta meaning dough in Hindi, play in Kannada and Galatta referring to a racket.
That’s how today, Atta Galatta’s two separate endeavours—books and breads—have come under the same cozy umbrella.
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If a woman insists on her prospective groom earning enough to keep her comfortable, she is not being “lazy”. She is just being practical, just like men!
When an actress described women as “lazy” because they choose not to have careers and insist on only considering prospective grooms who earn a lot, many jumped to her defence.
Many men (and women) shared stories about how “choosy” women have now become.
One wrote in a now-deleted post that when they were looking for a bride for her brother, the eligible women all laid down impossible conditions – they wanted the groom to be not more than 3 years older than them, to earn at least 50k per month, and to agree to live in an independent flat.
Ms. Kulkarni, please don’t apologise ‘IF’ you think you hurt women. Apologise because you got your facts wrong. Apologise for making sexual harassment a casual joke.
If Sonali Kulkarni’s speech on most modern Indian women being lazy left me shocked and enraged, her apology post left me deeply saddened.
I’d shared my thoughts on her problematic speech in an earlier article. So, I’ll share why I felt Kulkarni’s apology post was more damaging than her speech.
If her speech made her an overnight hero among MRAs, sexists, and people who were awed by her dramatic words, then her apology post made her a legendary saint.
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