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Swamy Vivekananda said The idea of PERFECT WOMANHOOD is perfect INDEPENDENCE about a century back. But Indians who claim to respect Vivekananda still want to keep them tethered at home. What a hypocrisy. Any say?

Tags: relationships, indians, independence
Asked by Shunmugham, 13 Jan '13 11:56 am
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Will there be perfect independence anyday?
Answered by priya rai, 13 Jan '13 12:25 pm

 
  
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The people who keep women tethered at home and do not respect women,do not follow any guru at all
Answered by iqbal seth, 13 Jan '13 11:57 am

 
  
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Indian's are blindly following western concept of feminism which i don't agree with fully.Swami ji was way ahead of west when women were still bounded at home in the western world.It was world war which brought women out from homes to overcome the shortage of manpower.Whereas women in india were given due freedom and credit in ancient india.
Indian's should look deeper into out ancient culture and give independence to women and follow that way of life .
Answered by Quest, 13 Jan '13 02:31 pm

 
  
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It is in vedas also , and prevailed before mughal invasion in india.
Answered by Alok Khatore, 13 Jan '13 12:07 pm

 
  
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We have lost the basic morals today. Our country is losing huge wealth through corrupt politicians which is poured into their Swiss bank accounts. Who will listen to the ideologies of Vivekananda?
Answered by Seshadri Srinivasan, 13 Jan '13 12:03 pm

 
  
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