On this episode the Peter and I share our stories and experiences of parenting during the season of festivals and what it was like to deal with a kid such crowded events. Be it weddings or other ceremonious events, “having fun” has changed forever for us.
It was never going to be easy but these champions made it happen, they stuck to the plan (and each other) to achieve what they set out to get. And all this while balancing their professional and parental roles.
Peter and Nadir spoke intensely with Pratha on the role of men and women in our society and what we all need to do, to give courage not just to our children but to each other. This episode is just not about gender equality but about hope for the future generation.
“Iss desh mein angrezi zaban nahin hain, class hai” TRANSLATION – “In this country English is not a language but a class”. It’s amazing how much this holds true in our society, especially with the new National Education Policy coming out last month. It’s a classic struggle of Hindi speaking parents and English speaking parents. We also discuss the importance of knowing local languages in your own country.
This is a guest post from Sabiha Ghiasi. You can read more stuff from here We have an almost 4 … More