I am made up of Indian Matter, More Indian than you think #MoreIndianThanYouThink

As Shakespeare says life is a stage and we are performing our role. Things which matters is your credibility. How smartly you perform your role on your own terms. 

So what we are Feminine and moreover an Indian woman? That doesn’t mean one can restrict our dreams, our extension, and wishes. There is a drastic revolution in the stereotype image of an Indian woman.

 And the change in Indian way thinking contributes to our success no doubt. Yes, I am made up of Indian Matter, More Indian than you think

There was a time when a woman is being driven by dominant society rules. Now the condition has Changed a lot. Woman are becoming more independent. More extrovert. Holding the starting of life in their hands and as per Their wishes.

Why if I’m a woman 

I am not weak

Strong enough

To make a creak

Live the life

On our terms

the Social bounding 

Should be churned 

Now I can rise high

Live happily without a sigh

We are three siblings, two sisters and younger brother. My fathers suffer from Parkinson’s, diagnosed 2years back. This is the biggest setback in our lives. They need extra support from us. 

My brother is in another city pursuing his studies, he can’t join us. We two sisters live with our parents. After completing my education, my career will be bright in metro cities. But due to my father illness, I decided to leave with my parents.

I strongly and firmly believe that money can be earned later. I know  I sound sarcastic, traditional and emotional. But I don’t want to have regrets in my future. I have strong faith in the values and culture given by family. And being Indian I’m confident that I can Chak de Phatte (Means to complete the route).

Money can’t bring the time I spend with my parents.  I want to spend more and more of Time with them.  I come across many so-called practical people who found a charm to move to the new city for work. But I don’t. 

The satisfaction to live with my parents in my hometown can’t replace with anything in this world. I know I would earn less money, not very much upgraded, fewer opportunities for my career growth. But this would never ever disappoints me.

Our parents spend whole life working 24*7 to bring us comfort life. It’s our responsibility to avail them the same comfort. 

Though I sound like the typical Indian, I’m fully satisfied with my way of thinking. I truly believe that revolution will only come if we are strong enough to stand by our decision. Though it’s not easy at the same time, it’s also not impossible.

Do you ever think what’s the use of education if our social life has not improved? It’s time to change the mindset of society. Start it from your home only. 

My parents treat us like a boy. They love us more than my brother. Gives us the best treatment at every level. So can’t we give them back the same?

I come across many people who make fun of me, “Whats store in small cities, I don’t like my city” I pity them. My mother always teaches us ” Success comes to those who stick to their roots.”

I’m happy to stick to my roots. Are you stick to your roots? Your parents? Or you forget everything in the limelight of this world? Think and rule out before it late

Indeed, I am made up of Indian Matter, More Indian than you think. And so the Lufthansa’s hospitality. From the warm welcome to the delightful Indian meal, It stores everything that matters. Want to know more, check out the celebration of India’s growing global influence in Lufthansa’s TVC #MoreIndianThanYouThink.

Linking this post for the contest conducted by Indiblogger in association with Lufthansa’s #MoreIndianThanYouThink.

Dr Bushra

Gynaecologist by profession~~Food ,Health,lifestyle,Freelance Blogger~~social media influencer~~writer at heart~~Email for collaboration

4 thoughts on “I am made up of Indian Matter, More Indian than you think #MoreIndianThanYouThink

  • April 20, 2017 at 11:06 am

    Truly more Indian than you think.
    Loved reading this
    And more on that I loved your profile

    • April 20, 2017 at 4:52 pm

      glad you liked it thanks 🙂

    • April 21, 2017 at 12:12 pm

      thanks 🙂


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