Gul Panag and Sunidhi Chauhan may Walk the Ramp for the Social Cause – Domestic Violence
Undoubtedly in the wake of striking the right cords, Stylekandy a web portal that has risen to fame in a short period of four years only, has successfully roped in a number of fashion designers to celebrate their anniversary to be held next week. It is infact fashion and a social cause- ‘Domestic violence against women” that is the highlight of the day. The whose who of the fashion industry has joined hands in order to bring forth awareness about this cruel reality.
To name few – Narendra Kumar, Rocky S, Archana Kochhar, Neeta Lulla, Rahul Mishra, Nachiket Barve, Babita Malkani, Krishna Mehta, Arshiya Fakih and Just Cavalli.
Although, our sources also inform us that Gulpanag and Sunidhi Chauhan both have consented to walk the ramp for this social cause.
Well! we decided to ask the take of few designers on DOMESTIC VIOLENCE hear what is their take on Domestic violence.
Archana Kochhar:- As charity begins from ones home I think our social behavior also sprouts from our comfort within the four walls. One should respect each other, should not take them for granted and respect their individual self esteem, by offering them a necessary breathing space where they can flourish and have an enriching personality. I think no one has the right to interfere in ones personal space and violate ones spirit mentally, physically or emotional.
Rocky S:- According to me there are various reasons for domestic violence, although the single most influential factor of domestic violence in society is the continuation of a generational cycle of abuse or a history of abuse in the family of origin. Children who grow up in an environment where control is maintained through verbal threats and intimidation and conflicts escalate into physical violence, are more likely to resort to the same methods of abuse as adults. Domestic violence is often linked to poor self-esteem. A child growing up in a violent home is likely to have very little self-worth.
Arshiya Farikh:- This is an issue that is unfortunately widely prevalent in India. I’m really glad to support this cause, because the main victims of domestic violence are women. Being a woman, it’s saddening to see how rampant it is and yet in so many cases women do not come forward and often even blame themselves. Maybe if enough awareness is created people will get motivated to register complains or at least come forward and get help.
Neeta lula:- Domestic violence isn’t just about hitting or abusing another person, its abuse of power, anybody can be a victim to this kind of mental and physical torture but in our country unfortunately the women are the sufferers in most cases, this is a heinous crime and help should be immediately given to these victims. There has to be a vehicle which can bring a stop to this, we as responsible citizens of India need to take a stand against this kind of violation of a human’s fundamental right.