May 13

Planning To Lose Weight Read This!

contentLosing Weight Is Possible For A Healthy New You

This article was put together to teach you shed the pounds as simply as possible. This will help you to correctly follow any weight loss plan. Using this guidance will prove that weight loss is not as daunting as you might have thought.

A great weight loss method involves simple tracking of how many calories from fat you consume each day. Cut out any fatty foods where you can. You can also want to substitute foods that are fatty with less calories.

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Jul 22

Man-woman relationship in Vijay Tendulkar’s Sakharam Binder and Silence! The court is in session

Man-woman relationship in Vijay Tendulkar’s Sakharam Binder and Silence! The court is in session

Introduction: Vijay Tendulkar can be acknowledged as the precursor of modern Indian English drama. His contribution is marvellous and bulky in the development of modern dramatic sensibility. Though he didn’t write much more in English, the translated work from Marathi to English is really mind blowing. Born in Kolhapur and grown up in common Brahmin family he began to write when he was only six years old. He didn’t believe in idealism as his many plays derived inspiration from real life incidents or social upheavals which provides clear light on harsh realities. So I would like to say that Indian literature is fortunate enough to produce a versatile genius like Vijay Tendulkar whose contribution is remarkable not only in the development of the Indian English drama but also lies in providing proper name and magnitude to Modern Indian English drama . Man and woman are impartial parts of this world. Man is not complete without woman and woman is not complete without man. World has no value without man and woman. All the things happen here for man and woman and sometimes due to man and woman. Every religious book has a centre i.e. man and woman. All the things around them are made for them. Though they are made by god, their relationship is not made by themselves. The different things like culture, history, religion, society affect on their relationship. I am going to find out the complexities between man and woman with the help of Vijay Tendulkar’s selected plays. These plays are very typical in the sense of man-woman relationship. In Silence! The court is in session Miss Leela Benare is used by all male characters for their fun that terribly attack on her adulterous nature. Sakharam Binder presents relax and free life of Sakharam regarding the use of women which handles man-woman relationship in South – Asia. He justifies all his acts through claims of modern, unconventional thinking, and comes up with hollow arguments meant in fact to enslave women. It was also one of the most famous dramas by late Vijay Tendulkar. The play was greatly appreciated by critics all over the world. For its critical nature and direct touch to social problem it was banned in India in early 70s.

1. Man-woman relationship in Sakharam Binder: Tendulkar himself was very interested in focusing on man-woman relationship and he did so in his plenty of plays. He shows the terrible and harsh reality of man and woman in Sakharam Binder. It deals with the topic of male domination over female. As a man of modernism and devoid of ethics and morality, Sakharam, the hero of this play opposes the outdated social codes and conventional marriage systems as he doesn’t believe in wedlock society and behaves like an outsider with the women who come into contact of him. He hates society and its laws of wedlock that is why he doesn’t want any permanent partner. So he gives shelter to abandoned wives and uses them to fulfil his sexual desires. He is far away from feelings and emotions. He loads all his household duties to enslave women. Why does he behave so? Who is responsible for his cruel behaviour? I think the elements like culture; history, religion, and society around him are responsible to make him so. He was born in Brahmin society but his parents failed to civilise him. His father would beat him terribly so he ran away from his house when he was eleven years old. Being a man he had some physical desirers and was impossible to live except fulfilling them. As he was against to social system, he disliked to have any wives so he began to bring abandoned women to do household duties and share his bed. Sakharam captures the strange and complex pathology and seems to want to please his “birds” even as he bullies them and who speaks like a free thinking crusader for women’s rights one minute and like a philistine scornful of their devotion to him the next. Sakharam is a bookbinder who prides himself on his lack of regard for cultural dictates. He looks at himself as progressive: smoking, drinking and laughing off the mockery and disgust of the villagers as they watch him lead these tainted wives to his home, a new one on the heels of each former woman’s departure. 1.1.Relationship between Sakharam and Lakshmi: The play opens with seventh woman, Lakshmi following Sakharam to his door. When she comes, he informs this dainty, suffering woman of the rules of the house, and of his requirements. It almost seems he is bluffing when he brutally warns in his practiced orientation speech that he is hotheaded and likely to revert to violence. He rules his home like a tin-pot tyrant, yet Lakshmi is told that she is free to leave whenever she likes. He will even give her a sari, 50 rupees and a ticket to wherever she wants to go. “Everything good and proper, where Sakharam Binder is concerned,” he says. “He’s no husband to forget common decency.” What he doesn’t anticipate are the moral and emotional complications of this arrangement, which prove heartbreakingly ruinous to everyone involved. Lakshmi is very religious but not so attractive. Sakharam treats her like a slave and uses her for different purposes. She lives with him for a year and he annoys her so much. One day he beat her so horribly that she couldn’t bear his tyranny. When he came to know that she is not enduring all this, he decided to send her to her nephew living in Amalner. Here the question rises, why was he troubling her? As she was religious and moral, she turned him into religious, made him to have a bath daily but it didn’t affect anymore on his personal nature. Poor Lakshmi gets her head smashed against the wall. She endures all things because she is woman while he tortures because he is a man. What had he wanted from Lakshmi? Why couldn’t Lakshmi give those things that he wanted? These questions are answered with the arrival of Champa. Sakharam’s tragedy turns out to pivot on his maturing social consciousness, his arrested enlightenment. He can see – almost – an idea of equality and shared humanity that transcends individual appetite, but nothing in his life) ever encourages him to follow its logic. So he makes his own philosophy of life. It is -Maybe I’m a rascal, a womanizer, a pauper. Why may be? I am all that. And I drink. But I must be respected in my own house. I’m the master here,” Binder tells Lakshmi. And he ends with one final requirement: “You’ll have to be a wife to me, and anyone with a little sense will know what to make of that.” The strapping actor impregnates his character with the unselfconscious mannerisms and prowling unpredictability of an undomesticated animal, reveling in his own bodily interjections — spitting, scratching, digesting –and indulging his appetite for food, drink and sex with an animal satisfaction that is uneasy to watch at best. Lusty and greedy, Sakharam partakes in life’s pleasures and the woman in his company as a means of furthering his quotidian satisfaction. Lakshmi’s fiercely religious and pious nature enflames Sakharam, and after much brutality is heaped on her, she lashes out at him verbally and is kicked out of the house. Sakhakam’s wildness, Lakshmi’s kindness and Champa’s brightness do not go side by side, and their psychology to live life does not resemble each other so their relationship failed. If one looks another with a view of animal, how will such a relationship succeed? 1.2 Relationship between Sakharam and Champa: The entry of Champa is really attractive. Being a wife of dismissed Fouzdar Shinde, her living style is so reach but Sakharam looks at her as the machine of fulfilling desires. She is curvy, sensuous, frank and, because she walked out on her pining husband, has the illusion of choice as a bargaining tool. Her lack of concern and disregard for Binder’s instructions combined with her flirty intensity renders him speechless. The power shifts, making him glassy-eyed and useless. As she is beautiful lady, she tries to utilize it to live life. When she came to know that she doesn’t have anything, she makes herself to sell her body to anyone who might fulfil her all desires. The play unfolds with considerable comedic brio which escalates when the spunky, gorgeous Champa enters Sakharam’s humble little home. It’s quickly apparent that Champa causes the bookbinder’s self confidence to become as unglued as the pages not bound correctly in the bindery where he works. However, there is nothing comic about what amounts to repeated rape scenes. Unfortunately, the sign, that Sakharam is not just hot-tempered, but sadistic put him beyond comedic redemption. His cruelty intensifies with the heat of his passion and the second act veers straight into operatic territory. The abuse now turns even nastier. Even trimming some of the fat from this curry of sexual tensions would not save Sakharam Binder from being an overly melodramatic tragedy and too mean-spirited to be the comedy with a serious underlying theme that it could have been. 2. Man-woman relationship in Silence! The court is in session “Silence! The Court Is in Session” is a milestone in the history of whole Marathi as well Indian English drama. Tendulkar became the centre of general controversy. He was already called the epithet of the angry young man of the Marathi theatre. The theatre group is Silence! The Court Is in Session, attending a mock drama, actually a mock trial of Miss Benare, which comes to perform at a village, is a miniscule cross-section of middle class society, the member representative of its different sub-strata, their character, dialogues, gestures and even mannerisms reflect their petty, circumscribed existences fraught with frustrations and repressed desires that find expression in their malicious and spiteful attitudes towards their fellow beings. Leela Benare, the central character of the play, possess a natural lust for life, she ignores social norms and dictates. Beings different from others she is easily isolated and made the victim of a cruel game cunningly planned by her co-actors. 2.1 Relationship between Co-actors and Miss Benare: During the first half of the play, Benare is able to outsmart her co-actors. She is not caught in their trap. But the second half of the play witnesses a mock trial of Benare that is actually a trial of the whole female race in the country. It shows our hypocrisy, our double standards regarding men and women. Benare is accused of cheap conduct, of wooing men .of fulfilling her bodily needs. But the intellectual, the absent university professor .Damle who is equally a part of the bad conduct, is not at all held responsible. The very fact that he does not turn up speaks for his sense of responsibility towards this strained woman, Benare. Being pregnant from Prof. Damle she requests two of her colleagues at the drama company to marry her. But obviously enough, they are more smart. They also refuse to attach their names with her. During the mock trial she is labelled by all words. 2.2 Relationship between Prof. Damle and Miss Benare: The beginning of Benare’s exploitation begins with her uncle who had exploited her sexually when she was only of fourteen. As he was uncle it was no question of getting married to him. She starts her life all over again, studies and becomes a teacher. As a teacher she comes in contact with Prof. Damle whom she considers quite intelligent and academically superior man. Though married, the professor exploits her sexually and naturally refuses to marry her. When she became pregnant from him, she began to search a father of unborn child for avoiding a social wrath and humiliation. Prof Damle has been spread the iron rod. It is Benare who is accused of immortality, sin, promiscuity, over sexuality. The verdict dismisses her from her school job, orders for abortion, and blackens Leela Benare’s name. 2.3 Relationship between Mr. Kashikar and Mrs. Kashikar: Mr. Kashikar is always seen with his wife. The pair of this husband-wife is a super hypocrite, leading a false life that is devoid of any meaning. Tendulkar brings out the hollowness of their life so well. Mr. Kashikar buys flowers for wife. Mrs. Kashikar buys shirts for husband. They make a constant show of fondles in public. Their perpetual show of love becomes distasteful and repulsive. Mr. Kashikar does not let the wife speak at all. Whenever she tries to give an opinion her husbands shuts her up. Miss Benare’s private life is exposed and publicly dissected, revealing her illicit love affair with Professor Damle, a married man with a family, which has resulted in her pregnancy, Interestingly, the accusation brought her at the beginning of the trail that of infanticide turns into the verdict at the conclusion, principally because contemporary Indian society with its roots grounded firmly in reactionary ideas, cannot allow the birth of a child out of wedlock. This very reversal in the attitude of the authorities expresses the basic hypocrisy and double standards on which our society is founded. It is poignant, sensitive and highlights the vulnerability of women in our society but a good thing occurred that Tendulkar received. In Silence! The Court is in Session Vijay Tendulkar takes the covers off a traditionalist society, to show us just what it is capable of when given the power to lord over those who live by their own rules. With a drama in a drama, the play revolves around theatre group about to perform a play in a village. As the plot thickens the comforting mist of ‘pretend’ starts to dissolve revealing the frustrated, bitter and jaded lives of the performers. Light years ahead of its times, Silence… exposes the dark side of middle class morality, where judgments are passed by the minute and silence is often the only recourse left to the defendant.

Conclusion: Love is the most beautiful feeling that has been created by God and the basic foundation of a relation that exists between a man and a woman is love. A Man Woman Relationship is the most beautiful relationship on this earth but there are many people who do not hesitate to insult this relationship. It should also be noted that the relationship that a man and a woman share is not devoid of complexities. Therefore to have a successful Man Woman Relationship one needs to reflect on the various aspects that are associated with the relationship of love. In both the dramas, I found how man is responsible to destroy a lovely relationship between man and woman. We find some Sakharam Binders around us who though want equal rights to man and woman, yet the wild animal wrapped in a skin of lamb in their heart doesn’t allow to love women .Sakharam and Dawood, in Sakharam Binder and all co-actors in Silence! The court is in session think that woman is pound of flesh of them. For them, every woman is virtually her body – bones, flesh, curves! A woman is not identified with her intellectual, her ability, her intelligence, her courage or knowledge. She is just imagined as a sex object. That is why Lakshmi and Champa in Sakharam Binder and Miss Leela Benare and Mrs. Kashikar just remain puppets in the hand of man. If we try to enrich this relationship having any lesson from these plays, the purpose of Vijay Tendulkar to be ideal men-women will be succeeded.

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Jul 22

Genie Bra Sizes – Would They Fit All Women

If you’ve read my previous Genie Bra reviews you know that I’d a little bit of a struggle finding bras that fit properly, are comfortable, which do not break the bank, and that give me the added support and lift I would like with my larger-than-normal size. When I found out about the Genie Bra I was really suspicious of how they could promote their Genie Bra sizes to all of ladies, specifically larger and/or larger busted females.

I hope you’ve viewed the video I posted during my other post entitled, Genie Bra Testimonials, that challenges the Genie Bra on DD-sized females. Being that size myself, the video really aided me see with my own eyes that the Genie Bra sizes do the things they declare they’ll do. However how about ladies which are bigger than DD? Do the Genie Bra sizes really fit all women? I checked out the Genie Bra Size Chart to see just how big the Genie Bra sizes really go.

I was really shocked to find out that the Genie Bra sizes go up to 4x! I had been happy to note that because I have a few friends that are in the XL and also over range that can definitely benefit from a Genie Bra; I did not believe the Genie Bra sizes would cater to them. After I discovered that they would, I surprised my buddies by taking advantage of the Genie Bra coupons (Buy 3 Get 3 Totally free for $59.99) and purchased a set for each of them. They still thank me because of it!

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Jul 21

Female Low Libido – Causes of Lack of Sex Drive and Natural Cures Which Work Fast

Female low libido can have a number of causes but in most instances, it can be cured safely and naturally and in this article, we will look at how to increase libido and overall levels of wellness, with some time tested herbs.

You will find all the herbs we mention below in the best female sex pills, so you can get them all in one convenient pill daily.

Let’s look at some common physical causes of low libido and one of the most common is – sluggish blood flow into the sex organs. The sex organs, must fill with an increased volume of blood for libido and sexual satisfaction. There are 3 well known Chinese herbs which will boost blood flow quickly and they are – Ginseng, Ginkgo Biloba and Ginger which will also keep the blood vessels healthy, increase body energy and lift mood at the same time.

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Jul 20

Women’s Libido Pills – How They Repair Libido And Boost Sexual Desire Naturally

Many women suffer a loss of sexual desire at some point in life and in most cases, the loss is temporary. Today, there are natural women’s libido pills which will give you nutrients, you don’t get in your everyday diet which can help to repair your libido and boost sexual desire. Let’s take a look at how they work.

Below we will look at some common problems which cause low libido and some herbs which will cure the specific problem and you don’t have to buy them all individually you can get them all in the best herbal sex pills.

Low Estrogen Levels

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Jul 19

Canned Mackerel – a Healthy Food Choice

Mackerel can be canned in water, salt water, tomato sauce, olive oil and other vegetable oils. Of course, fresh fish taste much better when compared with canned fish.

As lean fish protein source, many people prefer mackerel canned in salt water, while mackerel canned in various oils or tomato sauce they generally avoid. Mackerel canned in olive oil taste much better than mackerel canned in salt water, but it is also much more caloric – single tablespoon of olive oil has around 15g – 135 kcal. To reduce amounts of fats in such canned mackerel, many people put canned fish in strainer and wash it using plenty of fresh lemon juice. On the other hand, those who are worried about sodium levels should choose mackerel canned in plain water – it can be almost tasteless – just taste of fish, but those cans contain nothing but the fish meat and plain water.

Content of mercury in canned mackerel is relatively low, especially when compared with mercury levels of large predatory species like tuna or marlin. Some mackerel species, like king mackerel can have moderate levels of cadmium, mercury and other heavy metals and pollutants.

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