Maniam PS Reward Points : 167600 Member Since : Wednesday, March 18, 2009
If you look around Indian women are a different from other nationality women. They are kind loving faithful loyal respectful and understanding. Does these qualities come from the culture of the land religion or something else
Wonderful thought Mr. Maniam and thanks for this awesome post. Since ages i have seen women of India as the true embodiment of Shakti. Her ability to share, care, nurture, cook, work are the qualities which I admire. something which surprises me is the fact that in the umultuous history, she has suffered a lot yet has retained her matchless identity. I think it is the heritage of the mystic land India which has aided the INDIAN WOMEN to be like this.
Posted On : 5/8/2009 4:24:46 AM
Roop Chatterjee Reward Points : 21400 Member Since : Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Posted By : Darshil Jal daru khanewala Posted On : 5/8/2009 4:24:46 AM Go
Wonderful thought Mr. Maniam and thanks for this awesome post. Since ages i have seen women of India..
Thanks for the post.. I would just like to say here that the leadership qualities of Indian women make them unique. If i quote here Gandhi then the definition of leadership would be.. Leadership is about finding yourself through losing yourself in the service of others .. Indian women are true leaders because leadership is not about doing great things but doing small things with great love which we the Indian females do ...
Posted On : 5/8/2009 5:50:43 AM
Indravadan Modi Reward Points : 23300 Member Since : Saturday, January 10, 2009
grace, elegance and poise - these are three qualities which make Indian women unique. these qualities are there deeply seated in Indian culture also.
Posted On : 5/9/2009 12:08:16 AM
Dipen Guha Reward Points : 47700 Member Since : Friday, December 25, 2009
Of course, Indian women have, down the ages, been groomed, nursed and nurtured with the Oriental air of sagacity and sanctity with the Nature in the bargain characterising their feminine delicacies. An Indian man can make one hundred houses, but not a single HOME. It is his counterpart who is the volunteer home-maker. All the same, one should not be bias in branding a sex of a territory as the supreme. Mother Teresa or Sister Nivedita were not Indians, but they are looked upon as the icons of pity, piety and primness. Unfortunately, the rigid society still looks upon Indian Women as mere generators of children. Their sublime qualities like sacrifice, unquestionable forbearance and painstaking attitude are encashed by the patriarchic dominance and throw them into domestic drudgery. Our goody-goody husbands like to discover their wives in the kitchen and sacred-room, where they are believed to befit the most. If we truly esteem them as DEVI, we ought to render due honour to them, else our adoration will prove ostrich policy.
Indian women have different qualities depending on the place and need of the society and family. Most loving of them is their role as Mother, Sister and Wife. In each role they are not only controlling finance of the Family, Management in House, House keeping in kitchen but also trying to maitain the harmonic relation in the family. When it comes to the working women, they are not working shoulder to shoulder with the men but also maintaining work life balance, which generally men rarely maintain. Really they are great.
The qualities in the women and their behaviour largly depends upon the culture they are brought up. They learn how to behave or react in a certain situation and what impact will be there for that reaction, is it acceptable to others or not. These values changes from society to society and even family to family. Generally in Indian culture women does not have much freedom to react and behave. Their actions are critically analysed in most of the families, so the women in India behave in a very restricted, cultured and soft manner.