Hearty congratulations to Mukta Bhatia, Vishal Saxena, Jaishree Venkat, AbhaDutt Sharma & Poonam Sharma for sharing their views with us on the topic –‘A family is absolutely incomplete without a daughter. She can be a friend, anadvisor, a guru or a child as and how you need her.’ Their views have beenchosen to get featured on our blog. Do read and share your views.
MuktaBhatia: Very rightly said, our whole life revolves arounddaughters…..both family and life is incomplete without them. Since the timethey are born, they keep going through different phases and relationships andadjust in them to the best of their abilities. They are caring, sensitive,loving and always ready to help. As I see my daughter grow…I cherish thememories of my childhood….Thank you God for giving me such a sweet daughter….!!
Vishal Saxena: Totally agree, My 3.5 year olddaughter plays with me during weekends, inquires if I am hungry when I am backfrom office, makes tea for me in her toy pan, has shown me how to showaffection, asks me to shutdown the laptop and TV at night (because its sleepingtime). I am blessed to have a girl child and i think more and more people arerealizing this today.
Jaishree Venkat: Yes, I agree to this…There isalways a difference having a boy or a girl… I am not saying that boys don’tcare of family. But they have their own way of tackling things which wemisunderstand and think that they are not attached to their parents. I believeboys are practical in nature where as girls are emotional in nature that’s whygirls are more attached and show more concern towards the family whether it beparents, siblings or in-laws. Girls/ladies can play more roles at a time and doalso more work at a time. While cooking they can answer the calls, teachchildren whereas a male can do only one job at a time. This I understood afterreading the book “Why men cannot listen and women cannot read maps”. There is asaying only a girl can make a house heaven and it is only the girl who can makea house hell… so there are both extreme sides of a girl …But nowadays I feelthat it’s not correct to expect more from the next generation as they havetheir own way of thinking and in a way they are correct too as now it’s acompetitive world.. So just we should do our duty and teach them about good andbad till they stand on their own leg and rest allow them to lead their ownlife…And be happy to be proud parents whether it’s a boy or a girl…!!
Abha Dutt Sharma: Daughter is the one who becomesyour extension. When she is born..Grows up..Goes to school..Works..Gets marriedinto a new home and family. The same circle begins. I feel it’s not the son whocarries forward the family name..in my eyes, it’s my daughter who would carryforward our name. She would be a part of another family and make them herparents, would be their maami or chaachi or daadi etc..and yet be in touch withus, whatever she does or believes would be what she has taken from us…so in away, we as parents live forever when we have a daughter. When she breaks a homeshe breaks what we have taught her and when she makes a home, brings together afamily and rears good educated children , you know you have done a good job inlife. When she is successful in career, you know you have given her the rightset of values in life for money and success and hard work…when she is a goodmother, you know somehow that you were a good mother too.
Without daughters, this world won’t have any lakshmi only ganesh, no parvationly shivshankar, no radha,only Krishna and imagine how different the chantswould be in the temple and how different the house temple would be?
Sons can make us huge houses but when daughters come visiting, the same housebecomes a home!!!
PoonamSharma: Daughters are wonderful, they are the ones who fill yourlife with fun and laughter, I’m very lucky that I’m blessed with one suchtreasure. I pity those who vie for a son, and kill daughters in the wombitself; they don’t understand the importance of these fairies, and have a verynarrow thinking.