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Stalls and us!

Namaste everyone,

Shin Bakers and the family organize stalls on several occasions such as Women's day fest or Diwali fest. Below are some clips or we can say glimpse of our stalls that shows the hard work and dedication of our family all together. Without them it would not be possible for Shin Bakers to hold and manage all those activities alone. All thanks to Ishita Soni (partner in Shin Bakers) to take complete control over the theme and prepare all those decors as well as managing the overall sale-purchase. Moreover, i am also thankful to Tanisha for her help .

On 8th March,2022...

On the occasion of Women's Day , my educational institute organized an annual fete where Shin Bakers faced a whole new experience. It was a great vibe .All those night less efforts paid off that day. Shin Bakers was astonished after seeing the outcome of this fete. This was a great opportunity for us to learn more about women empowerment and the role of women in the Indian society. This fete was a motion to motivate and encourage women that they can achieve anything if they want to. Let me put some light on what actually women empowerment is ,

It means to educate women about their rights and to empower them to raise their voice against injustice. Various centuries ago till now , our society was and is under the male domination and it leads to discrimination against women and their rights. In India, women are considered as Goddess like  Devi Parvati , Devi Sati , Devi Lakshmi,  Devi Radha , Devi Saraswati and many more in order to prosper  healthy and wealthy life. A woman is also honoured with several roles in the society like mother, sister, daughter, wife. But honoring them or worshipping them will not increase the social economic growth of the country; it will only be increased by giving them equal opportunities to be successful. There were some ancient practices like sati pratha, dowry system etc , which increased the male domination and led the women to bound between the four walls of the house and live under the shadows of the man. But there were many good and open minded people who raised their voice against such practice and uplifted the position of the female by educating them. Modern era is more concerned about women empowerment , as our Indian government took many measures to promote women empowerment by passing many acts like equal remuneration act etc. In this modern era , a woman still has to face many hardships . 

As per my thinking the main problem is our mentality .

A women still face sayings like “Do Not go outside at this hour take someone with you”, “Why are you being so social”, “Leave your job you have a family to take care”, “Don’t interfere in financial matters you can’t understand them”, ” You can’t marry to someone you know you have to marry a stranger we choose” and  last but not the least “Log kya kahenge”...!

Hence, it was a great opportunity to empower my rights over this fest and learn more about it . I want to conclude this by saying that let them make their own choices, women have proven themselves since ancient times and are still proving that they are no less than men. I can share a long long list of women like Malala Yousaf, Rani Lakshmi Bai, Neerja Bhanot,  Kiran Bedi, Gunjan Saxena, PV Sandhu, Emma Watson and many more. Not only this you can look around yourself ,at female police officers , every single women , who fight for their rights against this mentality of society and gained success.

So ,

 if you face any such hurdle in your life ,

just close your eyes and say

🌱 “Kuch toh log kahenge ,

 logo ka kaam hain kehna”🌱t

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On 23rd october,2022....

We are back with our partners in the Diwali fest  organized by our educational institute. Diwali holds a special place in our heart. It is celebrated all around the world and it is associated with ample number of stories all across the India. Some of them are:

After vanquishing the King Lankeshwar, Lord Rama, his wife Sita, and his brother Lakshmana returned to the kingdom of Ayodhya, which is celebrated on Diwali. As a sign of the victory of good over evil, the people of Ayodhya welcomed them by lighting rows of clay lamps. The main story of Diwali, which is observed with lights, prayers, and celebrations in India and other parts of the world, is based on this tale, which is told in the Hindu epic Ramayana.

Diwali is an important historical celebration for Sikhs since it marks the liberation of the sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji, and 52 other princes from the Gwalior Fort, which was occupied by Mughal Emperor Jahangir. Bandi Chhor Divas, which means “Day of Liberation,” is the name given to this occasion. Sikhs engage in community activities, visit gurdwara sahib ji and sing hymns in observance of Diwali.

In Jainism, the twenty-fourth Tirthankara , Lord Mahavira, celebrates Diwali as the anniversary of his Nirvana, or spiritual awakening. On this day, according to legend, Lord Mahavira achieved Moksha, or escape from the cycle of birth and death. Diwali is observed by Jains by lighting lamps and praying to Lord Mahavira.

Despite the fact that Buddhism does not  celebrate Diwali, Buddhists may take part in the festivities in some areas with a mixed population. Furthermore, Tihar, a multi-day celebration honouring a variety of animals including cows, crows, and dogs, is observed on the occasion of Diwali in Nepal, a country heavily influenced by Buddhism.

Though Diwali has diverse religious connotations and tales, all nations and faiths share the idea that it is a festival of light, goodness, and the triumph of good over evil. Regardless of one’s religious allegiance, it is a festival that unites people in joyful celebration. Hence, this fest accomplished to taught us alot about our culture and history.


🌸“Sab Ek Hain”🌸


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