Valentine’s Day Special


14th of February…Worldwide celebrated as Valentine’s day!!

I wonder if the day is to be rejoiced as day of love…then why so much of chaos and hatred towards the people who show love!! Strange, the way people simply make up stories on seeing a girl and boy talking to each other on road side,classroom, corridor or anywhere…Be it they are dating or not, be it even if they are siblings, be it they are besties…We just got to understand one thing that “Ek ladka aur ladki kabhi dost nahi ho sakte”, Why so??? Well no one knows the answer, but still everyone will be there to make up huge stories and create all sort of nuisance…

Grow up India…Grow up as people broaden your horizons to think beyond the traditional way of judging out people, Stop pointing out fingers on other people’s daughters for a simple reason that you too may face the same cz you too have a sister, a friend, a daughter.

On second note, let’s take it as yeah there is couple who is dating…why can’t we simply let them love…why so much of bothering – caste, religion, colour, creed…I mean why can’t we simply rely on two basic things that if two people love each other then all we need to be assured is of both are well educated to be independent and secondly both are good as humans. Why does the caste system jump in middle….Why does the society out of no where becomes so hugely concerned of the two families?? (Girl’s & boy’s family)

Problem is like….even if girl is from a higher caste there’s a problem saying, no she won’t be able to adjust, whereas if guy is from upper caste there’s an issue being how can that girl adopt our rich culture!! Are we the followers of same Krishna who is worshipped as God of Love??? And if yes, then why can’t we simply respect the real life Krishnas and Radhas??? Why do they become a shame to family??? Why does a love marriage become a talk of the town if unsuccessful and arranged marriage even if broken within a month is yet fine??

Respecting each and every one’s views, I too am quite traditional in thoughts, respecting elders, obeying their thoughts is something that is instilled in me from childhood, but somewhere I do feel that we were also taught during schooling – Do not DISCRIMINATE people on any basis. The Constitution of India taught that we are all one.

I wonder whether your GOD said this that people who love each other should be separated even at the cost of their lives?? A simple and way traditional scene at our houses be like whenever families come to know about their children having relationships with someone not in their caste is something as follows –

  1. Mom in the house – Why didn’t you tell us before?? Did you do anything wrong with that guy?? What will our neighbours and relatives say???
  2. Dad’s reaction – Where did I fall short in keeping you happy that you did this to our family?? Now who will marry your younger siblings? You are a shame to the family (the same father who was proud enough to hold all trophies with his daughter in school is now ashamed just because she dared to love someone!!)
  3. Grandparents – It’s all your mother’s fault, she needs all those kitty parties, had it been my children I would not seen their face in lifetime!!!
  4. Other neighbours – We never thought she/he could do this, She/he was so innocent looking etc etc
  5. Relatives – Its okay where do today’s generation listen to us etc etc

The talks are just not stoppable…Why can’t we simply go ahead, and confirm out whether they are suitable professionally, do their likes match, are they compatible??

As parents, I respect the concern for your child, but honestly I feel sorry, that it is not the concern of your child’d security that gets you feel upset, Its the “LOG KYA KAHEGE???” fever!!!

Its an appeal to all, as children we need to choose people keeping in mind our standards in means of professional & educational background, so that there’s no question on your independency and stability later (not to forget that both families are yours, you can’t leave either of them). And for the parents, once try to understand your child’s feelings, if you are still insecure with reasons other then the caste system go ahead and explain it your child, I’m sure they will agree if you once try to be their friend rather then  parent!!!


HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY to all of you!!!!

Love and spread love, make world a better place to live in!!!


12 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Special

      1. Nice Aishwarya,

        ‘Log kya kahenge’ matters to parents as much it matters to ‘teens’ as well, which is also stated in your blog above. It matters to you (Kids these days) what people say when they see a girl with a boy and hence you mentioned it. In the same way, it matters to parents when people tell things about their children.

        Hence, It is very important that you (kids these days) confide in your parents about your friends (boys as well as girls) since its the surprise (kids not telling them about their relationship) that draws a lot of ire amongst parents about their childs relationship than the actual relationship.

        So while I agree that parents and the society needs to be more open minded, the kids also need to be more sensitive to their parents. Its easy to tell that parents don’t think of the ‘security of their child’ but about ‘what will people say’. Do kids think of their parents wishes? Why cant the kids think what will my parents say if I do this? or will my parents be happy if I do this?

        The best solution is to discuss things with your parents and confide in them. Then it doesn’t matter ‘what people say’, neither to you nor to parents.

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        1. Thank you so much….for such a wonderful explanation from point of view of a parent!!!!! And yeah i very much agree to you in the point that kids and parents must develop that bond where they are free to share each and everthing!!!!

          Thank you so much for reading it and giving your views on the same!!!!

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  1. Agreed 100%…
    Today’s Condition & Most Faced By New Generation…
    Bt According To Me Main Issue Is Castism…
    Btw Good & Waiting For Ur Next Blog.

    Pranav K.

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  2. Well said…aishwarya.I agree to your point on # log kya kahega..and yet our Indian society is unaware of relationship b/w a girl and can be a sister brother relation or a best friend relation or just a friend or very honest not defined relation…but for all above we don’t even think of’s high time to rethink on it…

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