Kya ek ladki ki tarah rota hai? Broken Doll House, The Times of India Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Mumbai, Maharashtra – India. Installation By: Mridul Kalia Bhatnagar/मृदुल प्रभा

9A/365 Kya ek ladki ki tarah rota hai, Broken Doll House, The Times of India Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Mumbai, Maharashtra - India. Installation By: Mridul Kalia Bhatnagar/मृदुल प्रभा

thnks so much for sharing this thought to all of us at KGAF मृदुल प्रभा .. i loved it so much Mridul that i am sharing it this with all my friends here on Facebook, flickr and wordpress blog …

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Doll house is quintessentially a part of every girl’s growing years. Every girl has a doll or collection of dolls. Dolls that make her world so beautiful just as the little girls make our world so beautiful. Every daughter is like a doll and every house is a doll house, full of her laughter.

But that laughter is stifled as atrocities on the girls and women are on the rise. Dead female fetuses, abandoned newborn baby girls, molested infants and school girls, scarred, bruised and raped minor girls … are like broken dolls. We can close our eyes and keep pretending that it does not happen in our world.

One day the loud cries from a big ‘BROKEN DOLL HOUSE’ that is all around us will shatter our world. Unless .. WE change. Change to protect and respect every girl, every woman.

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