7 Mar 2009

Daunting Day

A special day for the Women is celebrated every year on the 8th of March. The same is celebrated two days earlier at my college premesis. The big work organising the function commenced last week. So many boys struggled hard to make things perfect. Since it is a function to honour women, we were unable to see girls taking responsibility. This time we were able to bring in an IAS officer Ms. Gariyali as our chief guest. More importantly, Boys took the responsibility of drawing rangoli. They struggled till midnight and finished it off. Hats off to them. Every boy in the organising team did their work very well. The function went really well and everyone in the college were happy on the outcome of the function.

In the midst of all these happenings, there happened the most disasterous thing. Every boy in the function was sent out stating it is the function for the women. It was so hard to accept as some of the boys worked till midnight when women refused to take responsibility. Its hard but still we have to take even that too. I don think anywhere on earth such thing will happen, stil its alright. To make things worse for the boys, some of the girls took all the credit for running the function. The most generous boys had a small smile in their face on seeing that. What else could they do? I was really happy that I was able to co-ordinate in every department of the work to run the function smoothly.

Also I found something very different when I went to judge the Rangoli competition. The theme given to them was women and I saw most of the participants to be so arrogant as they expressed that "without women world cannot run", "women are the winners", "women dominate the world" and so on. Never on earth a boy would say such statements to boost manhood. At the end I feel that I can lift the standards of men by wishing the women even after they put us down.

Happy Women's Day.




Cheers!!!!!

7 comments:

Rayees Ahamed said...

so sad dude !

I wonder how the boys did rangoli :D, but yes they make excellent cartoons in the public toilets.

Yayathy said...

@ Rayees: Come on mate, boys have the talent. They did it till midnight and turned up the next morning.

fairy said...

hey you know what the same day even in our college the womens say was celebrated... but our class girls were not informed of any such thing going on in our college... may be the reason is either the final year girls were not reguired to attend it or my class comittee member did not feel that it is his responsibility to inform us...

Yayathy said...

@Fairy: The first reason is right as you would have attended it in the previous years. Give way for juniors mate.

Cheers!!!!!

crystal... said...

off course i agree with your point ya..i had a chance to witness everything happened there..i really felt ashamed of some of my fellow gender's behaviour..

all say as women,are caring adorable lovable responsible etc etc..but that day i came to know of some people even miss use all these credits given to women..

but i can assure you there are atleast few people among women, for me to tell proudly that even we can do somethings useful..not all fingers are the same mate...

Yayathy said...

@ Crystal: Oru paana sothuku oru soru patham. Is it not?

crystal... said...

so embarassing....!!!

so u mean to say all are the same ah....i clearly told u all the fingers are not same,still what do u mean to say by this ya...