Girl's Day: Take a look at Them Because
Girl's Day: Take a look at Them Because
Along with the girl's day, take your eyes off them because you do not know that they are victims of evil eyes. According to the census data, the child sex ratio fell from 945 in 1991 to 927 in 2001 and again declined in 2011 to 918.
This is a key indicator of women's vulnerability, as it shows that girls are discriminated against before birth through gender-based selection and continue to be discriminated against after birth.
If we see the sex ratio in India, then it is very disappointing. According to the 2011 census, there are 940 males per 1000 males in India. These figures are the national average. If we look at places like Rajasthan and Haryana, then the situation here is very dire.
There has been a rapid increase in the number of men in India. Children's Day- Every year three to seven lakh female embryos are destroyed in India celebrating Girl Child Day. That's why the number of men here is 50 million more than women.
The child sex ratio has declined by 63 points in the last 50 years. In the 2001 census, where the number of girls per 1000 boys was 927 in children up to the age of six years, but in the 2011 census it has came down to 918.
Why is Girl Child Day celebrated?
National Girl Child Day is celebrated in the country on 24 January. Celebration of National Girl Child Day was started in 2009. The government chose 24 January for this because it was the day when Indira Gandhi was sworn in as the first woman Prime Minister of India in 1966. But the International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated on October 11. It is
very unfortunate and a matter of great concern that the child sex ratio has been declining rapidly in the country since 1961. We are in the year 2019 and are about to complete the second decade of the 21st century, but we have not succeeded in changing the ideology. All sections of people in Indian society aspire to have sons and do not want them to have daughters.
Due to female feticide in our country, the ratio of girls has come down significantly. The sex ratio in the whole country is 940: 1000. India has the lowest female literacy rate in the continent of Asia.
It was told in a report that in India, most girls in the age group of 6 to 14 years have to spend on average more than 8 hours every day just taking care of the young children in their household. Similarly, government data shows that 25 percent of girls in the age group of 6 to 10 years and more than 50 percent of girls in the age group of 10 to 13 have to drop out of school.
Girl Child Day celebrated!!
In a government survey, 42 percent of girls reported that they drop out of school because their parents ask them to take care of the house and take care of their younger siblings.
Even today there are many houses in the society, where daughters are not being given good food and good education like sons. In India, 44.5 percent of married women aged 20 to 24 years are such, whose marriages have taken place before the age of 18 years.
Of these 20 to 24-year-old married women, 22 percent are women who have become mothers before the age of 18. 73 percent of children are born to these underage girls. 67 percent of these children are malnourished. And we are celebrating Girl Child Day.
Daughters are gone, take a look at them anyway...anyhow. Recite Hanuman Chalisa or Sundarkand, apply vermilion on Hanumanji's feet so that he protects Sita Maiyya's daughters, inflate alum and mustard, so that the hands and feet of the enemies who are ill on them, garlic, mustard, salt, Onion peels, and dry red chilies, some mustard seeds, seven nuggets of salt and seven whole red dry chilies, burn them in a copper vessel with water and fresh flowers or throw them in water so that all the flames will burn. , go away from these innocent people and live your life like a flowing stream, swinging to the music.
Or 'Om Ran Rahave Namah', chant this mantra of Rahu planet. The princess daughters of our country are suffering from Rahu, cut lemon into four pieces and throw it at a secluded place or at the crossroads so that they can choose the path, they too live according to their will. Of,