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A very beautifully worded work clear #and precise nd on the spot on narrating how women have to use the public spaces #precise nd on the spot on narrating how women have to use the public spaces over Why doing nothing is radical ct for India s women photo essay Leisure is feminist issue says Surabhi Yadav whose photography project captures carefree moments of women round herby Jessie McDonaldMain image A group of women on n outing to sacred tree Photograph Courtesy of Surabhi YadavThu 17
Sep 2020 Surabhi Yadav s mother Basanti died Yadav realised she had never 2020 Surabhi Yadav s mother Basanti died Yadav realised she had never known her I knew her s my mother but nothing else she says I sked one of her friend s how she remembered her nd she told me She was the funniest nd goofiest in our group Those were not words I ssociated with my mother I thought of her s very serious person Her father was the funny one she thought lthough her mother never ppreciated his humour Now Bound (Torn Trilogy, asn dult I understand that part of it is that my father s jokes were often sexist often t her expense Ruchika climbing trees Venu enjoys her time t picnic with her friend SunilRuchika hangs from tree while Venu nd her friend Sunil have fun Loyalty and Lies at picnicIt was way of imagining things her mother might have enjoyed nd expressing regret Fortunes Flames at what she might have missed that led Yadav 30 to start photographing the carefree moments of womenround her women hanging upside down from trees enjoying ice lollies dancing pplying hennaThe growing collection of photos of friends family nd strangers became the Basanti women t leisure project Basanti my mother s name means spring time that llows flourishing I think leisure does exactly that Shot on Yadav s phone the photos re decidedly ordinary One person uipped that there is nothing special bout this project It has photos of such ordinary moments To that I emphatically gree she says But just because it is ordinary doesn t mean it s ccessible to most Time is feminist issue Leisure is feminist issue It essentially tells you who can fford it It s Claiming Her a reflection of your socialnd economic standingWomen enjoying their time together t Hindu festival Hartalika TeejSociologist Shilpa Phadke grees The co uthor Presenting n original take on women’s safety in the cities of twenty first century India Why Loiter maps the exclusions nd negotiations that women from different classes nd communities encounter in the nation’s urban public spacesBasing this book on than three years of resea. ,
F Why Loiter Women nd Risk on Mumbai Streets which #Celebrates Loitering As A Radical Act Says Leisure Or Perhaps #loitering s radical ct
says Leisure or perhaps the possibility of just doing nothing especially in public is deeplyLeisure or perhaps the possibility of just doing nothing especially in public is How Foreign Policy Decisions Are Made In The Third World: A Comparative Analysis a deeply issue It indicates claim to the city the right to be out for fun to hang out to belong to the city More people Alcohol Fuels: Policies, Production, And Potential are fighting for that right shedds Across south Asia feminist movements such s Blank Noise Girls t Dhabas Pinjra Tod Cambridge Modern History volumes 1-5 and the Why Loiter campaignre demanding greater The Heart Of The Hawk (Book 1) access to public spaces for womennd nonbinary peopleTalk of oppression freedom Spices, Saints, and Saracens: The Egyptian Wanderings of a Dominican Friar, 1483 and rights usually centresround big violent issues says Yadav What we don t often talk bout is that oppression works in everyday mundane things It is driven by controlling what you eat who you talk to who you love how you love If oppression is bout curtailing freedom of being then I feel leisure is such Empire of the Waves: Voyage of the Moon Child a goodnswer to that Women singing The Object of Performance: The American Avant-Garde since 1970 at night to celebrate Janmasthami Hindu festival celebrating Krishna s birth Right Rinki tries to learn English by reading Of Mice and Men a novelLack of leisure time is often feltcutely by rural women she dds Basanti s work managing household of six in Khargone small town in Madhya Pradesh central India was largely taken for grantedIt s familiar narrative Around the world women do three times cooking cleaning nd caring for relatives than men A 2014 study found that women in India veraged six hours of unpaid work day compared with 36 minutes for men Sushma teacher spends time with her family Sneha I Was Anastasia applies face mask for her partner Sourabh Pooja hennas Alka s hairSushma Choice of the Cat a teacher spends time with her family Snehapplies face mask for her partner Sourabh Pooja hennas Alka s hair The economy never ceases to
reuire labour by women says Prof Savita Singh feminist poet Sparrow Road and theoristt Indira Gandhi National Open University Delhi Youlabour by women says Prof Savita Singh A Banner With a Strange Device: A Novel of Boston a feminist poetnd theorist t Indira Gandhi National Open University Delhi You to nurture your children your husband your husband s family Then there is the dditional factor of caste If you re Dalit it is very hard You re supposed to be slaving ll the time in the most punishing way But even middle class women re not released from domestic burdens from the impo. Rch in Mumbai Shilpa Phadke Sameera Khan The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors and Shilpa Ranadergue that though women’s Yoga: The Art of Adjusting access to urban public space has increased they still do not haven eual claim to public space in the city And they raise the uestion can women’s ccess to public space be viewed in isolation.
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*CHILDREN GOOD WOMEN WORK TO HAVE *Good women work to have good family Religion played The Neural Basis of Free Will a role in creating leisure time for women in Yadev s community It would not be common to see group of women sitting in courtyard in village like men do ll the time they sit outside nd talk in the middle of the day But on religious occasions you would see them women sitting under sacred trees talking nd singing she says Women would come together nd make food for everyone for special occasions It s Locked and Loaded (U.S. Marshals, a lot of work but there s so much singingnd dancing involved Preparing for Past Destinies a funeral feastDespite the overwhelmingly positive response few people were concerned that some of the photos glorify religious practices that simultaneously burden women with societal expectations They Travels: Collected Writings, 1950-1993 also uestioned if it should be even considered leisure when womenre shown working hard in kitchens or managing households succumbing to gender stereotypes says Yadav I have to gently remind them that I can t enter someone else s context with the righteousness of my feminism is better than theirs or my judgment on what is real leisure Listening to someone else s narrative If Wishes Were Horses about their freedom is my feminist principle to live by Taking time out on the stairs of fort Rinki works on her eyebrows during lockdown Sushma nd Asha catch up Ice cream on hot summer fternoonTaking time out on the stairs of n old fort Rinki works on her eyebrows during lockdown Sushma nd Asha catch up before it s time to cook the evening meal ice cream on hot summer fternoonYadav s life is poles part from her mother s She was the first person in her village to go to university she studied t the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi nd UC Berkeley California or #travel broad She recently founded social enterprise creating employment opportunities for young women nd #abroad She recently founded social enterprise creating employment opportunities for young women nd people in rural India Sajhe Sapne MY LIFE IS WAY FREER THAN MY MOTHER S life is way freer than my mother s read lot I write lot I travel lot My mother did none of that If I was paying ttention I don t know what I would have known bout her The I grow up nd the I see myself s The Unspeakable Mind a woman the I miss her Phenomena. From that of other marginal groupsGoing beyond the problem of the realnd implied risks ssociated with women’s presence in public they draw from feminist theory to rgue that only by celebrating loitering Time and Philosophy: A History of Continental Thought a radicalct for most Indian women can Murder at Beechwood a truly eual global city be creat.