Indian society has been suffering from Raja Beta Syndrome from a very long time. From our obsession with sons, to over-pampering them, to letting them do whatever they want, our Raja Beta Syndrome is the reason why so many women still struggle for life, dignity and respect – even in 21st century!
Indian Women Paying Price Of Raja Beta Syndrome
In the shocking incident, Karnataka man killed his sister and mother because he was not happy with the taste of sambhar cooked by them. The incident took place on Wednesday in the Kodagodu district in Karnataka. The accused has been identified as Manjunath Haslar. A resident of Kodagodu, Haslar lived with his mother Parvathi Narayana Haslar and sister Ramya Narayana Haslar. But, this isn’t the first time we have come across such horrific news.
Sometime back, in Bangalore, a husband poured boiling water at his wife for refusing to serve him a cup of coffee. As per the sources, the man demanded coffee but his wife refused him. She told him she couldn’t as she had a lot of work in the kitchen because the maid wasn’t coming due to the lockdown. Post which, the man threw steaming water on the 34-year-old mother, who sustained burns.
Last year, 26-year-old woman was stabbed to death by her husband at one of the most crowded market places in Delhi i.e. Rohini. As per the sources, the accused Harish Mehta (40), who worked with a marriage bureau met Neelu through a matrimonial site. Neelu, who worked at a government hospital, was a strong and independent woman.After marriage Mehta wanted her wife to quit her job for being a housewife. She refused and continued working at the hospital. Her decision to defy her husband left Mehta in so much dismay that it became the reason for Neelu’s death.
Stop Raising Entitled Men Who Believe Women Are There To Serve Them
While society is busy raising entitled men, it is heartbreaking how women are at the receiving end. Because we don’t know how to raise responsible men. At IFORHER, we hope the coming generation of parents would realize their responsibility and stop raising entitled men; Stop raising men who believe its women’s duty to serve them; Stop raising men who can’t treat women as equal partners. Because, women deserve better! Our society deserve better!
The Bottom Line
If you can’t raise better men, then hold yourself responsible for the ugly struggle of many women – who are either killed, abused or harassed, just because they want to be treated as equals and with dignity!