Haan...Papa Ki Pari Nhi Hun Main


Haan...Papa Ki Pari Nhi Hun Main

Haan...Papa Ki Pari Nhi Hun Main:

No, no...Don't get my father wrong after reading the title of my article that you are going to read. I am not here to write anything negative about my father.

 However, yes, I am not the angel of my father. Neither was I, nor am I. Undoubtedly, the person whom he loves the most is my only  brother. But whatever he has done for me and my sisters proves that we are not less than his pariyan. It is he whom I love and respect the most.

Presently, he is a 73- year- old man who is going through physical and mental health issues. Back then, he was a businessman.  Since the beginning, he had lots of responsibilities over his shoulders, but he never backed out. I had never seen any person in my life who was laborious like him. He earned lots of money, but I never saw him spending a single penny on himself, let alone other stuff. I still remember, despite having fever, he used to open and close the shop on time, never took rest, never bought anything for himself, and he didn't even see the doctor until something was severe. He collected money only for his children, he did all for our comfort, so that we could live a splendid life. Whenever we needed anything, he gave it to us at once.

27 years back, when I was 15 years old, people were not so open-minded. Well, neither  was he, but he allowed us to do our work on our own, so that we could learn how to manage the things. We were 4 sisters, but he never interfered with choosing our streams and career options. That's why we all sisters are highly qualified. He never restricted us on what we wanted to do. He used to give us money to go shopping alone, so that we could learn money management. Even we didn't get to know how we learned all those things without any effort.

Nevertheless, I won't say that there was no gender discrimination in my family or being girls, we were raised without any restriction. Yes, I had gone through gender discrimination as well as restrictions. Such as, we were not allowed to go to our friends' home, wander here and there, and have male friends. But my brother too had the same restrictions, ans so, he was the one man army who kept everybody in discipline.

I had seen that after a girl's marriage, parents either interfere a lot in their family matters or consider them others' liability but neither did my father neglect us nor interfered in our family matter. He only supported us; taught us to never give up and even taught us to manage through thick and thin. Even today, he is concerned about us, and wants our goodness, and nothing for himself.

Though he never expresses his love towards us, never says that we are his angles, but I do say one thing that he is my guardian angel. 

Whatever sacrifices, he has done in his life God has given the good fruit of it, God has blessed him with a caring son and a daughter-in-law who look after him, care for him and try to give him all comfort.

 I would be the luckiest person if I could do anything for him.

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About author: I am Geeta Shivhare, mother of 2 naughty kids, a post graduate, a fashion designer, an English spoken teacher, and above all a blogger. I am fond of writing stories. In my life, I have meet with myself as a new Geeta, and this time, I have meet myself as a writer whom I never knew before, and I am enjoying it the most.

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