Only men venturing out of their homes’ comfort to travel far and wide in search of better prospective is a bygone thing now. Presently, the girls also do not mind giving up safe havens of their homes to carve a niche for themselves in the society. Rather, they are more pleased to build a home away from home. They are also ready to overcome all hurdles. Truly speaking, girls turn out to be better go-getters than their brothers. They can tread on the success oath balancing all the pros and cons. Girls are more focused on their career as compared to boys. Also, they understand the value of money. If you are skeptical to give a free-hand to your daughter and allow her to venture out to pursue her dreams, read Sakhi’s cover story ‘Ghar se door ek ghar’ (Home away from home) and get the real picture out of it. A salute to all the girls who have gone very far from their home-towns to achieve their dreams. Do not forget to read Amitabh Bachchan’s tips for such brave women.
‘Kyunki Main Azaad Hoon’ is August month’s special feature. On the occasion of 64th independence of India, we have tried to present this feature in a unique style. Besides than elaborating on the different connotations of ‘freedom’, we have also tried to incorporate in this special feature about ways to bring-up a child and make him a responsible citizen of this country. It is important to know that only responsibility can open up ways for prosperity. We often keep on crooning, ‘Saare Jahan Se Achcha Hindustan Hamara…’but why is our country considered the best and what are those things about India that we do not like, you can find all these in this special feature.
And how the fabric of revolution ‘khadi’ has emerged as the new fashion statement, to know this you can read our special feature ‘desi-style’.
In view of the festival of Rakhi, a special article titled ‘resham Ki Dor Se Bandha Nata’ talks about magnanimity of celebrities who have besides their blood relations also maintained the sanctity of brother-sister relationship with others devotedly.
In addition, please accept our warm wishes on the occasion of ‘Rakhi’ and ‘Independence Day’. And also, do not forget to write to us putting forth your views on the articles. Looking forward to your letters.
(Pragati Gupta, Editor of Sakhi)