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DearGagana,


I have tresspassed into for womens only went wrong and how could it go wrong?......I liked your article on friendship (sambhandagala sokillada geletana)......

I agree with your views on repression on women which is unfortunately happening on a large scale even today.....but dont you think things are changing slowly.....why are you not reflecting those changes which would add a positive tone to your stories?

Does being liberal and independent mean to make men feel inferior? Is disagreeing with men the definition of modern woman? Do men not make compromises in life? Can a husband never be a friend?

I have been trying to find answer to these questions in nearly three years of forced bachelor hood and deprived parent hood.There are men like me who are forced to suffer......and unfortunately there are no commissions or forums where we can be heard sympathetically........our sufferings and voices are crushed by the crusade of womens liberation and empowerment.
from a friend....

- Subhasa

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Hi Gagana,

read ur writup. Liked it. I liked the way its presented. Especially the sentence where you mention that other lady thought u were still not ready to go :-) But I have seen that now a days we have started following other people dressing trend than what we want or what suits the occassion. We need to dress for the occassion and comfort together,

- Smitha TT

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Namaskaara

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lekahana odi tumba santosha aaitu . Tumba naijavaagi moodi bandide.

- Chandrashekar D Kadlajji

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gagana sakhi avare,

nimma chikkadaa chokkavaada barahagaLu athyadbuta.. nanna pathi, odiddu adonde article.. odu, baraha, andre adu avara medical books maatrane.. adaralli nimma article odisidde. hoda vaara neevu barediddaddu.. where the husband hits on the optimistic confidence due to his inferiority complex. It was too good, not everything was my experience though but it happens sometime.. That was the article which I could relate to myself among all...

Excellent post.. omme bheTi maadbeku nimmanna. heege bareyuttiri.

Best Regards,

- Veena

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gagana madam,

"avalu" aagirodara novu nimage yenu antha goththilla. athlaagu illa, thlaagu illa anno edabidangi sthithinalli jeevana thalbeku, that too for no fault of hers! yaake obba vyakti yeka kaalakke ibbaranna preethi maadokke sadhy ilva? choukattu hakkondu adarolage preetsodu maathra preethina? haagaadaaga adu vyapaara ansalwa? hrudayadalli sapta saagaradhashtu novitkondroo, thutiya mele thunta kirunage hothkodu baduko paadu hengasarigey yaake? intha dwandwa hecchaagi hennanney kaadaththalla yaake?

E avalu" berondu gandanna maatra alla, innondu hennannoo uthkatavaagi preethisodhakke swathanthralalla!

neevu chennagi barithira. thanks for that. but just once, just once, please ask your inner soul that are you true to yourself? nimma baravanigeyalliro kaalaji nimma nijajeewanadalli chaalthiyallidya ?? !!

adhikaprasangakke kshame irali. anisiddanna nera helolu naanu, nimma AVALU !!

ms.gagana, your article is coming out very nicely keep it up.

- madhu

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namaskara gagana,

hesarukaalina lekhana bahala chennagide. hesarina bagge ishtella puraana helidavaru nimma hesarannEke goupyavaagittu gaganasakhi anta karedukoLLuttiddera? hesarenamma nimmadu?--
Thanks

- Shwetha HP

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Hi Gagana,

Very nice article. Even though its true to many cases, but its not the universal truth. My name is Vaishali and am very proud of my name. My name or surname didnt change after marriage. Even my passport has my original name including my surname given to me at my birth. My husband or his family doesnt even bother about it and even if they did, I was ready to fight for my name. My mother in law still has her birthname and surname. My mother didnt change her name after marriage, but replaced her middle name with my fathers name. I think she equally important or more idenitity in our community and many times my dad is proud to introduce himself as her husband.

My husband has become Mr Hegde (his last name is Bhat) to many of my colleagues and he doesnt mind it. I think its in our hands to decide what we want in life and what we can become, it doesnt have to be "Paalige bandaddu panchaamrutha".

I do know some of my friends after being educated and working in high profile jobs, readily changing their names, never really thought of it as their identity.

On the other hand, I have another friend where she kept her name and gave her name to her son, whereas her daughter has her husbands name. Its a real equality.

Nice articles and keep writing more and more thought provoking articles.

thanks,

- Vaishali

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Hi gagana,

On my friend’s advice I started reading your coloumn. Every time you write too good. I just love the way you present your thoughts. Keep up the good work.

Thanks,

- Arpita

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