Question 3.. (A)-lit

Question 3.. 

Ans A:-

This narration given here symbols every educated couple's one of the issue in society nowadays.. 

Sulbha did her education after marriage.She was first in her class. She is full of desires and has glimpse of wider world outside. .. 

She even tried to search job nearby home but as society doesn't support after many tries she failed in it. 

And even now accepting this offer she would this job for a short soan of time. Because she has plans of her to start such an institution here near to her home. Even she don't want to be far from home or family either. And even this job location is not that far from home. 

And very importantly she has got this job without having to be obliged to anybody. So she can't leave this offer at any cost. She can't just stay home without work and spend rest of her life just being felt stifled at home. 

Coming to Subhash he has his other side. He though tries to understand Sulbhas's feeling he feels this not the right way for her solution to leave far from home alone that too in a village. From narration he looks like he is not against her to work but not just leaving home family their children for just sake of job or her desire to work. He is in mindset of mens who thinks home family are the first priorities to women's

Dear Diary,

Women are the pioneers of nation. Indian culture attaches great importance to women, comprising half of world’s population

People had only one notion about the woman; that is, they were born to control the household chores and manage the children. But in today’s world, women empowerment has taken place which has opened new doors for the women to thrive and shine.

In the rural regions, the girls have started going to school, which is positively affecting the literacy rate in India and is taking the country in the forward direction. Campaigns are held all over the country to spread awareness about woman literacy.

In addition to literacy, personal health and hygiene are other issues that woman staying in the rural region have very less idea about. Women hold awareness programmes and free sanitary napkins are distributed amongst them. Such a programme is organised to remove a general taboo about the menstrual cycle.

Besides managing household works, women are also engaging themselves in the service sector like banks, hospitals, airlines, schools and every other possible work field as well as they have started showing interest in setting up their own business. Not to mention, they are providing excellent outcomes in their respective areas. In the world of sports, women have set up milestones for men to achieve.

Personalities like PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal are idols. We must not limit or try to limit the role of women in society to be a homemaker or a mother because they are capable of doing so much more. The women who are homemakers are an essential member of the family who is responsible for managing the home, cooking, cleaning, doing the dishes, taking care of the elders and the kids.

Still, the saddest part is at times their efforts are overlooked, and they are never praised for the things they do. People assume these works as their duties and consider them to be a free servant. This outlook needs to change, and people should understand that she might even need some help in doing the works and she is not free labour, whatever she does is out of love and love only.

Bye and see you soon,


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