The role played by a woman throughout her life right from being a child, daughter, wife, daughter-in-law, mother, mother-in-law, friend is centered around her family. Thus, in their busy schedules they sacrifice many things in life most importantly her childhood days.
Hence, to relish women their childhood moments again, a unique programme titled, “Baa Gelathi Balyekke” (come friend back to childhood) was organised by Sneha Vrunda in Mysore on Tuesday.
About 43 women in the age group of 25 to 78 years took part in the event carrying with them lunch and water bottle to enjoy their childhood from nursery to college days. The programme which began with the reciting of nursery rhymes like 'Twinkle Twinkle little star' ended with college days that included teasing, ragging and all the fun and frolic they did as college girls in their teens.
They danced to the tunes of folk and western songs of yesteryears. They played musical chair, skipping, ring, throw ball, dramas not forgetting to play the traditional kuntebille, chowkabara and several others. In all it was 'Women's Day Out' by Sneha Vrunda troupe on the day.
Programme organiser Shakunthala said, 'Most of them are eager to get back their childhood days. By conducing this type of programme women will get a breakthrough in their lives and it is a great stress reliever. Moreover, there is no age bar to enjoy the pleasant of life. I want every women to lead a happy life with good health.'
'For most of us, after marriage and children most, life comes to an end. The programme name itself brought smile on my face. The programme is very well designed and it brought back our childhood days,' said Amrutha Ramesh.
'Forgetting all our daily tensions we became children once again here. Instead of
indulging in gossips, I wish more women should participate in this type of programme', said Shamala.
Jayashree Bhat says, 'We had lot of fun and there was excitement at every step. We spent our time here by exactly the way we did things in childhood, forgetting the outer world, our families and worries.'
'After my marriage I was missing my childhood very much. Now I am happy that at last I got the chance to enjoy my childhood in my 70's. This day will be in my memory for the rest of my life,' says Yashodhamma