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Bebebo Kids Clothes

Bebebo Kids Clothes

If you want to buy baby wear that goes back to the basics, then Italian children and baby wear designer label Bebebo of the Mafrat Group, just might be what youre looking for. And with 2011 fast approaching, its a good idea to stay informed of upcoming fashion trendsfor childrens clothes, it seems a return to the classics is imminent. With Bebebo kids clothes, your children are guaranteed to look stylish in a simple and no-frills way.

Bebebo Kids Clothing-line prides itself for having a wide range of clothes for children and infants. The labels infant collection is quite popular in Europe, and features enough variety to satisfy fashionista parents.

For 2011, here are some of the fashion trends you can take note of when purchasing Bebebo clothes

Cotton clothes Bebebo has plenty of floral dresses in pure cotton and cotton trousers for boys which are not only stylish, but are also highly durableperfect for the active lifestyles of young boys. Cotton is also great since it doesnt have harmful effects to the environment when produced. Because cotton clothes are very durable, they can be reused over and over again and passed on.

Natural colors earth tone and neutral colors are predicted to be big hits in 2011, and Bebebo children clothes has just what you need to let your child stay in fashion. With a variety of infants clothes in subdued colors, these items can be worn on all occasions.

Bebebo Kids Clothes include a variety of girls skirts, blouses, and shirts, as well as jackets, trousers, sweaters and coats for the boys.

Memories As A Child

Memories As A Child

A story about childhood written with all the love and affection I never had for either my mother or father.

It was so many years ago and yet time has not erased the memory of that early morning in New York which allowed me to see for the first time what my parents really meant to me yet before I go in to that; I will start with the following. I was born in New York yet despite having been born in the United States; I spent the first five years of my life living abroad with my grandparents.

It basically being my grandparents who were the first people I got to know. As it was in their care that I spent the first five years of my life with my parents being but people whom I saw from time to time, during their visits or the one time I did travel to New York. This being however but a trip which lasted for a time not long enough that I might hold memories beyond being sick and needing to be rushed to hospital. This due to my having taken a whole bottle of pills in the childish believe that taking my medication faster would bring me back to health faster.

Naturally, as can be expected my theories regarding medicine proved to be erroneous as I quickly learnt that neither the body nor medicine functioned in such a fashion yet much to my good fortune. I was saved from my own naivety as well as the neglect of those who left a bottle of aspirins which I was able to open without much in the way of trouble. This being during the early 70s when child proof bottles which sometimes even presented a problem for adults to open had not been yet created.

My stay in the United States however did not last long and apart from this incident; I have no other recollections of this trip apart from meeting my parents and both my sisters; who up and till then I did not even know I had. Of course with my age being somewhere under five, it would be hard for me to mention much about anything that took place during that particular visit yet it was as if I had visited a family which was not my own. Naturally, I knew the people I was staying with were my mother and father but the fact the they were my parents held no more emotional significance to me than if they had been friends of the family; whom my grandparents and I were spending sometime with.

After the US I went back to the place which I considered to be home. It being there where my parents went to visit me from time to time yet to me their visits held less significance than those whom visited the house more often such as my aunts; who showed far greater interest in me and were generally warmer to be around. This being something I declare based on the emotions I detected rather than anything which was done or said.

As for my parents, they were but people whom I saw very rarely and when I did; it held little importance to me. It also being clear to me that neither one of them cared to spend any time with me yet this in and of itself was of no consequence. This due to the fact that I was not used to seeing either one of them anyway and their being my parents was as meaningless to me as if they had been friends of our neighbors.

As for my father, to be honest there is little in the way of positive or negative which stood out about him apart from his always taking my grandparents and myself to restaurants. As for my mother, in all sincerity she was simply a woman I did not like in the least. It being the way she always seemed to try to make herself the center of attention even if she really had nothing to say of either interest or importance. My mother in fact being what then my vocabulary could not describe as easily as I can now but if I had to pick a few words for her; they definitely would have been vulgar and loud.

My mother being a complete contrast for the worse of everything my grandparents were. As they were soft spoken people, who had a certain nobility about them which my mother and father simply lacked. It was not so much that my grandparents were affluent or even all that extraordinary but they did have a certain quality about them in being people of a certain elegance. This more or less being the last thing I associated with the woman, who was my mother though it does seem odd to me now that I am past the age of 40 and look back upon it as a parent. It being a case that my mother was somebody whom I called by her first name as her being my mother was no more important to me than if she had been a neighbor.

As for myself, it was not a case that I could not understand the emotional significance most people have with their mothers but this was something I had never experienced nor felt any need to. This due to my having had all my needs taken care of by my grandparents though the reality was that it was housekeepers and servants; who raised me. My grandparents serving but to supervise or so it seemed. As the people I was always being left with were employees; whom I also developed no sentimental bound with as they were constantly being changed.

As for my mother, she did have one feature which I did find overly annoying. This being that she would constantly tell me how much she wanted to spend time with me but never could because of all the social invitations she received yet this did seem very strange to me indeed. It being a case that she kept telling me everyday why she could not spend time with me or play with me when I had not even asked her to or even wanted her to. It making me wonder why she felt compelled to justify not spending the time with me that I really did not wish her to. All of which making me think of somebody giving excuse as to why he or she can not sell what nobody is even asking to buy.

My mothers reasons also being of the kind which even as a child I could see were but excuses. It was clear to me that if she had really wanted to spend time with me, she simply could have refused those invitations yet I never mentioned this to her; as it just did not seem important enough to do so. All of which creating a situation which even in those early years of mine seemed absurd yet from it I could see the kind of person my mother was. A person who was hypocritical and false in a cheap sort of way which tended to include lies even when nobody had asked anything or for anything.

As for the house I lived in with my grandparents, it was not what could really be considered overly large or even luxurious but it was enhanced with a certain beauty. It was a two story house with three large bedrooms upstairs and a separate dinning room-living room downstairs along with a music room. This being most important since my grandmother was a pianist while my grandfather was a violin player. As for the rest of the house, it also contained a large kitchen, garden and patio. It not being as large as it might seem yet there was something utterly nice about it which till this day I have not forgotten and cherish in my memories.

Of course, I could mention Christmases spent in that house along with all those who would pay visits and the times I remember despite not yet having completed six years of age yet it was none of this which made this place special but everything; to make nothing stand out in particular. Was it the place or the people or the way everybody respected my grandparents or the lovely dignified way my grandfather welcomed people? This I will perhaps never really know but some kind of gentle emotions always seemed to be about in what was that house.

Everything however changed one day when I was put on an airplane by my grandparents at the age of 6 and sent to the United States. This a country I had been born in yet knew nothing about as I had spent but a few weeks which my memory held vaguely. Naturally, in all this the English language was also completely unknown to me yet this was not something which I held with worry at the time nor was it why I was being sent to America or leaving the place I had known all my life till then. It really being strange since the reality was that my parents, finally decided they wanted to have me with them yet they perhaps had not counted on the fact that they meant absolutely nothing to me from an emotional or sentimental point of view. It being a case that I could have received news of their death and it would have been as meaningless to me as if it had been a complete stranger yet I was going to be living with them.

Of course in all this I do not wish it to be understood that I was bitter at not having spent all those years with my parents as I did not even know them enough that I might want to spend time with them much less miss them. The words mother and father holding no more value on to me than neighbor yet my parents were within their perhaps rights and perhaps even obligation to have me with them. This in spite of the fact that it was perhaps too late that I could ever feel anything for them as a child should for his or her parents.

There are days or moments in our lives which we will never forget and one of the ones I will never forget was when I arrived at New Yorks Kennedy when I was just 6 years old. The weather was so cold it was like nothing I had ever known before. My parents had brought a winter coat yet when we stepped outside the airport, I asked why the coat was wet yet the fact was that it was so cold that it actually felt like the coat was wet.

It seems strange to me that I was away from my grandparents for the first time in my life yet the truth was that I did not miss them in the least or even think about them or the times we had spent. It was not that I had not been happy with them but for some reason missing people or places was not something I felt. Actually I never even asked when I would see them again or if they could come visit. It actually never even crossing my mind to do so.

In a way my feelings when confronted by my parents were like those of a child who is being adopted by a foster family. It being even stranger for me since nobody not even my grandparents had told me that I was going to be living with my parents. This also being something I did not know, that it was what most children did since I had never known of my parents beyond just a few visits in which they basically avoided me as much as I avoided them. For me it was such an uneasy feeling with my parents that they were trying to show me so much affection and I felt that I did not even know them since the reality was that I did not.

My parents showed me my bedroom which was the place which my mother used as her office. The apartment was small with only a living room (my mothers office), a corridor, a small kitchen, bathroom and my parents bedroom. It was not that it was really that small but I was just used to bigger spaces yet this did not disturb me since I really never cared much for such things even back then in my childhood. My parents also presented me with a lot of toys yet they were all used though this again did not bother me and if anything; I was not really used to playing with toys as I had always preferred other ways of entertaining myself.

I did not speak English, so watching television was a problem yet it was funny how I could watch the same cartoons I had seen before in another language and even remember the dialogs. It being a case that I recognized the images and therefore simply associated them with the dialogs. This even gave my parents the impression that I was learning English much faster than I was when I told them what was being said.

As for my parents, they seemed like vulgar people in comparison to what my grandparents had been. They did not eat together like my grandparents who were my fathers parents and many things about them simply disturbed me though at the time I could not really place my finger on it. They also did not have the same regard for formality as my grandparents which I did not like apart from other things yet I did not feel I could mention these things to them. It not even being something I actually ever thought to do.

Regarding my grandparents on my mothers side of the family? I would go on to meet her father on a few occasions but no more than the two times he came to stay with us in New York. As for my mothers mother, she I never actually got to meet and have till this day not seen as much as a photo of her though I was told that her name was Amelia. I also being informed that my mothers parents had three other children apart from my mother. All of which born outside the bound of matrimony.

As for my parents, I can not claim to have liked either one of them better or worse than the other yet it did not take me long to see that my mother; at least had a certain sense of duty toward me and was more reliable than my father. It being my mother who at least did things for me and though her attempts of affection like hugging me and other such things to a certain extent made me feel most uncomfortable; I knew she could be trusted for certain things of importance to my survival. This while My father on the other hand was somebody whom I could see even at the age of six that he was not one who could or would ever really be useful to me.

As for my parents, it was very often that they would quarrel and scream at one another though over what or who was in the right; I did not know nor did I in frankness care. It being my father, who would ask me to leave the room when they did though to the best of my knowledge their quarrels never went as far as to include physical violence on my fathers part. My father however did tend to be vociferous and very often frightened me. As just about any small thing would seem to upset him while my mother was simply stubborn about certain things. I also had a problem at first with how to address them since I had never actually lived with them but it was soon settled that the names mama and papa were acceptable to both of them though this was not something I lent any importance to.

In all this one might get the impression that I was closer to my mother than I was to my father yet this would be an errant impression. The truth being that though my mother did take care of me she hardly ever spoke to me not that I particularly even wanted her to. My mother being a person who was either too busy working all the time or watching television. I even remember a particular evening in which I wanted to say something to my mother on the rare occasions when I had something to say to her that she told me that she was busy watching a telenovela and that I could only speak to her during the commercials. She even being most angry at me in her tone as she ordered me to wait for the commercials to speak to her while my father also got upset at me for breaking in on my mothers TV time. It being at that point that I came to the conclusion that perhaps it would be best if I just did not talk to my mother at all or unless it was absolutely necessary; specially since talking to her was not something I enjoyed all that much anyway.

As for life in my parents house in New York, it was something which I found most unpleasant and strangely enough it had nothing to do with the apartment being small but the fact that I spent all my days in a corridor with my mother working in one room while my father slept in the other. My father being one who slept and required total silence to do so which meant that I could not watch television since the TV was in my parents room. I also could not make any noise outside because if I did his screams would not stop for sometime though in all honesty; he never did strike me.

As for my mother, I must say that at times I did feel sorry for her because she did seem to perhaps love me in her own way but I just in all sincerity; could not stand her! Specially when she was tried to show me affection of the kind which included physical contact such as hugs and other acts which at times saw her kneel in front of me. It being with certain disgust that I reacted as there just seemed to be something about my mother which just repulsed me though this I really know not precisely what. Her touches not being what I would call inappropriate in any sexual way but they simply made me feel like I wanted to get away from her as soon as possible.

It happened one morning and like many things in my life; I will also never forget it. I woke up very early in the morning on what I remember as being a Saturday or a Sunday; since my mother did not wake me up to move to another room so she could start work on weekends. I went over to the bathroom as was my habit and after doing what I needed to do; I remember flushing the toilet. It seemed strange to me how I had never noticed the sound such an action made or how loud it was till that moment. As it was then that I heard another one of my fathers screams telling me never to flush the toilet in the morning. This seeming like more of my fathers nonsense and stupidity which I had grown used to and did not even argue against but merely accepted as I had so many other things in the short time I had been living with my parents.

Sometime passed after that morning and another early morning on a weekend came around. I again waking up early and heading for the bathroom where once again I did the things the morning hour required of my body yet just as I was about to flush away what I had done; I suddenly remembered my fathers scream. This prompting me to not flush the toilet yet it was just as I was about to leave the bathroom that I heard my mothers voice cry out not so much in anger but in wonder Why dont you flush the toilet?. I then answered that it was because my father had asked me not to flush the toilet in the morning.

The answer was one which had more significance than that of the moment as my mother replied Your father is not even here!. It is odd how flushing the toilet is such a part of our daily lives that we for the most part do not even think about it and even do it mechanically yet for me; on that day it was an action I will never forget. I flushed the toilet with a relaxation that was soothing yet what had not been said and was never told or explained to me was what I understood. This being that my father had left the house for good and would never be coming back.

My parents had separated and this I saw as such a wonderful thing not to have this man in the house who apart from scream, drink and sleep all day; did nothing. Of course one could think of it as strange as my parents were no longer living together and this meant absolutely nothing to me but relief. I, just being 6 years of age at the time yet the reality was such that I cared so little about it that inquiring as to why my father had left or how long he would be gone or if he would ever be back were things which never even entered my mind. In all this, I would also like to point out that just like I never asked anything connected to my fathers leaving my mother also never took the time to explain to me what she either could tell was of no consequence to me or what she perhaps did not really want to.

Looking back on it, it does seem so peculiar to me that so many young people worry about their parents staying together yet that was not the case with me. As for my parents, I simply figured even at that age that if they were not happy being together than what was the point for them to be together? I never getting notions that I might have caused their breakup for what could my mere presence have done that caused problems between the two of them if they had been so solid in their relationship.

Of course in all this I have taken in to account that it was easy for me to be so much at ease with my parents break up considering the above mentioned factors yet I always wondered why so many people that age suffer so much simply because their parents no longer wish to be together. I seeing their break up as their business as well as something which was not for me to either approve or disapprove of and though this may sound most convenient. It was not something which affected me in the sense that I would have to suffer from want or need therefore simply meant nothing to me as I learnt from an early moment in life that at the end of the day; people are good when they are useful.

In all this I also gathered that it is parents who owe their children something in life and not the other way around. They after all are the ones who brought their children in to the world and are responsible for them and should give them everything they can so they will be happy as well as love them. This even if their children do not love them in return for after all; it was not the child who asked to be brought in to the world but the parent who did so and therefore should give his or her all to his or her children. Thus do I believe and with this in mind have I raised my daughter.

As for my parents my father died in 2008 and in all truth, his death was as insignificant to me as when I hear that some actor or person whom I knew but do not care about dies. My mother, for her part is still alive yet she and I are not on speaking terms nor do we wish to be and have not seen each other since 2002. I having absolutely no desires what so ever to see her and am merely awaiting to see how generous she will be when she departs this world for the next. Naturally if there is a next world.

As for my mother, I can not say one way or another if she has any wishes what so ever to see me yet this is of such little importance to me that I never give it any mind and did not even do so when I was writing this article. Thus being the reality which exists between us yet in all fairness it is the way I have always wanted matters to be between my parents and myself.

French and German Fashion Dolls

French and German Fashion Dolls

French fashion dolls are types of antique dolls created in the 19th century. They are designed to display the latest fashions of the day. However, they are more than just mere models of fashion. They are made to teach young ladies and prepare them for womanhood. Today, they remain admired for their detailed clothing and accessories. They are adorned with complete trousseaus, from nightgowns to opera glasses, to evening gowns.

These dolls are made of bisque heads, glass eyes and leather bodies. The earliest French dolls have glazed-porcelain heads and multi-jointed wood bodies. They were also made from other materials such as gutta percha, brown leather and cloth. Some of them had painted eyes while those that have glass eyes are more preferred.

What makes French fashion dolls so distinct from other types of dolls is that they are the very first dolls that focused on accessories. They are lavishly decorated, because they are designed as replica for young girls who are expected to grow into graceful women. They were a reflection of a lady’s style and taste.

The accessories of French fashion dolls did not just feature doll clothes for 18 inch dolls. They also included certain amusements such as games, photo booklets, and sewing tools such as a pair of scissors, lace bobbins and threads. Grooming essentials were also a fashion staple. They come with perfume bottles, ivory-handled toothbrushes and ivory brushes and combs. They are also embellished with jewelries such as necklace and earrings. Other jewelries include religious crosses and pocket-watches. They also come with furniture like desks, tables, chairs and wardrobes.

On the other hand, German bisque dolls are not only dressed with doll clothes for 18 inch dolls but are also accessorized with stylist hats, gloves, shoes, purses. They even came with toilette sets and china dish. Just like the French dolls, they also had some furniture such as vanity tables.

Modern dolls with doll clothes for 18 inch dolls today are inspired by French fashion dolls. They have adult figures and wear elaborate clothes and accessories. Doll accessories include purses, shoes, hats and underwear. For instance, baby dolls focus on doll accessories that are designed to help the child care for them in much the same way French dolls taught young ladies to be proper and graceful women.

The Secret To Beyonce’s Success

The Secret To Beyonce’s Success

Beyonce is a huge star. She’s a massive international star, always his the top of the download charts with new songs, and has managed a solo career after her Destiny’s Child success that is a model for anyone trying to go it alone.

She’s also wonderfully beautiful, and a standard-bearer of glamour. Up until today, she’s proven really versatile in what she’s able to carry when talking about her outfits and hair–from vintage sixties looks right up to the latest in modern chic.

One Giant Part of it is Actually Beyonce’s Style Sense

No secret has been made of Beyonce’s talent in switch back and forth in various fashion movements–in fact, she got out a piece of music that was divided into two: her `Sasha Fierce’ side has a strongly changed voice from the regular `Beyonce’ the public is accustomed to.

It’s tough to alter from one fashion to another one 100%entire its contrary without doing something crazy your hairstyle. And glancing at all the last few personalities from Beyonce, from the afro-ed seventies funk singer of `Work it Out’ to the heaps of styles she went through in the film `Dreamgirls’`Dreamgirls’ to her current fascinations, you can be pondering how she can do so many radically opposite styles.

Yep: A Public Secret That Beyonce Knowles Uses Lace Wigs.

The fact is, there’s no way a majority amount of what she wears is her original hair. Not only can the original length not be adapted to the huge mix of styles she regularly flips through, but nobody’s organic head can stand that number of crazy switches without suffering some real problems.

So what should an internationally famous star to do? Wear lace wigs, for one thing. But here is a real thing: the wigs don’t look strange, nor are they overly visible. It’s since it’s impossible for her to move between all those hair-styles, that she wears lace wigs. And so we’ve observed: the wigs look great.

Why She’s Just Looking Back to a Long History.

Besides that, Beyonce is really reaching backwards to a long tradition of celebrities putting on lace wigs. Obviously, there have been a bunch like Cher, who have always been campy and linked to changing levels of over-the-top clothing, but there have been many foremothers of Beyonce–like Diana Ross, for example–who have turned wig-wearing into an acknowledged and vital part of the history of music.

Whatever Hang-ups That Once Existed Are Finished.

Wigs aren’t much of an issue nowadays. Any kind of embarrassment that existed about putting them on has fundamentally vanished. Before, there was a sad link with wigs and sickness, and without a doubt a quality wig will always be greatly useful for any person suffering through the pains of chemotherapy.

But wigs have moved past this association, although they are still remaining in wide use for therapy. Thanks to the ultra-connected methods of today’s style, any sort of `look’ is promptly attainable. The speedy dissemination of trends has also signified that pastiche or mixing-and-matching has become increasingly typical. Wigs are fundamentally another tool that allow for the huge new versatility of styles.

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Tips On Having A Safe And Happy Nose Piercing Experience

Tips On Having A Safe And Happy Nose Piercing Experience

Nose piercing is not a new phenomenon. It is a very old tradition which has its roots in the Middle East. From the Middle East the custom was taken to India by the Mughals way back in the 16th century. This tradition of the nose piercing is still prevalent in many parts of India.

Basically, there are three types of nose piercings namely nostril piercing, nasal septum piercing and bridge piercing. In India, it is believed that the left nostril if being pierced can help relieve pain during the child birth. Apart from the health benefit, the nose piercing has also added a new dimension to the fashion industry. It has become the latest fashion trend among the young generation.

Talking about the technique of the nostril piercing it can be said that nostril piercing is done by passing a needle through the tissue and replacing it with a piece of jewellery, either a stud or a nose ring. These nose studs usually have a screw behind them to keep them in place. Under the septum piercing, there is the puncturing of the tissue inside of the nose, on the septum. The jewellery that can be worn for this type of piercing includes rings, barbells, tusks or spikes. The third type of piercing i.e. bridge piercing involves the wearing of barbells. Proper care must be taken in selecting the jewellery for a pierced nose as the jewellery type mainly depends on the type of piercing undertaken. It is believed that jewellery made of 14 or 18 carat gold, surgical steel, niobium or titanium is the best in the beginning while sterling silver jewellery can be used only after the piercing has healed.

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The most important thing to be kept in mind while getting your nose pierced is that never go in for the nose piercing done with the help of a piercing gun as it may traumatize the nose tissue and cause infections. Healing can take up to 12 months so proper care must be taken during this time period. Never touch the pierced area with dirty hands and also don’t try to remove the jewellery before the piercing is healed as it may lead to different infections. Always use an antibacterial soap to clean the pierced area.

I hope by now you must have understood the steps which you need to take in order to have a safe and happy nose-piercing experience.

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Costume Fashion Jewelry The Perfect Accessory to Offer a Distinct Style to your Looks

Costume Fashion Jewelry The Perfect Accessory to Offer a Distinct Style to your Looks

Fashion jewelry items have always been an integral part of our dressing style. They not only enhance our looks but also compliment our outfits in the best possible way. However with the change in time and fashion trends, jewelry items have also evolved in a wide variety of patterns and forms. Among them the costume fashion jewelry items are very much in fashion these days. With their availability in a plethora of designs, you have plenty of options to change your looks with.

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SOCIAL ISSUES IN THE PLAYS OF MAHESH DATTANI

SOCIAL ISSUES IN THE PLAYS OF MAHESH DATTANI

SOCIAL ISSUES IN THE PLAYS OF MAHESH DATTANI The plays of Mahesh Dattani emerged as -fresh arrival’ in the domain of Indian English drama in the last decade of the twentieth century. His plays deal with contemporary issues. They are plays of today sometimes as actual as to cause controversy, but at the same time they are plays which embody many of the classic concerns of world drama. I have selected -Tara’, Seven Steps Around the Fire, on a Muggy Night in Mumbai -Bravely Fought the Queen’ and -Final solutions,’ to study the contemporary values in these plays. 1.2 : JUSTIFICATION Dattani’s plays have a universal appeal. They can be staged anywhere in the world, they would draw full attention of the audience. Dattani moulds his subject in such a way that it is both topical as well as appealing. His plays speak across linguistic and cultural barriers. Dattani makes an abundant use of Indian mythology, rituals and traditions and contemporary problems, India is beset with but he elevates these themes to a higher level, touching the human chords that emanate love, happiness, sexual fulfilment and problem of identity. Though he lives in Karnataka, he writes about the whole nation of India, about the whole world he lives in. It is in the fitness of things that we must make an attempt at evaluating the play wright’s thematic concerns as well as his exploration of, and experimentation with stage. 1.3 : MAHESH DATTANI : HIS LITERARY ACHIEVEMENTS Mahesh Dattani was born in Bangalore on August, 7, 1958. He is the famous Indian English dramatist. He took admission in Baldwin’s High School and St. Joseph’s college of Arts and Science, Bangalore. He is a graduate in History, Economics and Political Science. He is a Postgraduate in Marketing and Advertising Management. He worked as a copy writer in an advertising firm and later on with his father in the family business. Dattani’s theater group-Play pen was formed in 1984. He made his directional debut with Mango Souffle. He has directed many plays for them ranging from classical Greek to contemporary works. Over a carrier spanning twenty five years he has written radio plays for the BBC and the film script of Ek Alag Mousam. Plays- (i) Tara (ii) On a Muggy Night in Mumbai (iii) Where There’s a Will (iv) Dance like a Man (v) Bravely Fought the Queen (vi) Final solutions. Mahesh Dattani received the prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award for his contribution to Indian Drama in 1998. The International Herald Tribune while praising Mahesh Dattani praised him as –One of Indian’s best and most serious contemporary play wrights writing in English.” Mahesh Dattani is India’s first play-wright to be awarded the -Sahitya Akadami Award’ for his contribution to the world of drama. Alyque Padamsee calls him one of the most serious contemporary play wrights. There are two published texts of Dattani’s plays-one a collection of plays while the other one is in parts. Recently his plays have been collected in a single volume called -Collected Plays’ published by Penguin. Alyque Padamee says, –At last we have a play wright who gives sixty million English speaking Indians an identity.” Mahesh Dattani is one of the famous Indian-English dramatists. He has successfully launched the Indian theater in English. In many of his plays, he deals with various issues like homosexuality, gender discrimination, communalism and child sexual abuse. In an interview -Personal Agenda’ Published in Branch on March 21, 2004 Dattani said, –The love of my life is drama and I want to write more plays.” His most distinguishing quality is wide range of themes that he deals with in his writings. Dattani’s plays are written for the stage. It is the visual quality and dramatic effect which are of paramount importance. Dattani shapes his subject in such a way that is both-topical as well as appealing. Alyque Padamsee assisted Mahesh Dattani in building his self-esteem and helped him in securing regular audience for his plays. As Mahesh Dattani points out in his preface –Alyaque believed in my work even before I believed in it myself. He gave me courage to call myself a professional playwright and director. In 1998, Dattani won the Sahitya Akademi Award for his book of plays. Final solutions and other plays were published by East-West Books, Chennai. According to the Sahitya Akademi Award, –(Dattani’s work) probes tangled attitudes in contemporary India towards communal differences, consumerism and genera brilliant contribution to Indian drama in English.” His plays deal with religious tension, sexuality and gender issue. Alyque Padamsee calls him one of the –most serious contemporary playwrights” Dattani takes issues that afflict societies the world over. He has chronicled the social victim and the follies, foibles and prejudices of Indian society. Some of Dattani’s plays are eloquent defences of society’s out casts and would be rebels. These plays include -On a Muggy Night in Mumbai,’ a compassionate look at the life and tensions of a homosexual community tricked away in Mumbai. -Both On a Muggy Night in Mumbai’ and -Do the Needful’ are probably the first Indian plays to boldly deal with the subject of homosexuality. The play -Final Solutions’ is about partition. It reveals how the engendered suspicion only deepens from generation to generation. The plays of Mahesh Dattani emerged as -fresh arrival’ in the domain of Indian English drama in the last decade of the 20th century. The plays have a great -contemporary value.’ According to John Mc Rae. –They are plays of today, sometimes as actual as to cause controversy, but at the same time, they are plays which embody many of the classic cancens of world drama.” Mahesh Dattani’s plays are revelatory in nature. If, in -Where There’s a will,’ it is the ghost not of Hasmukh Mehta but of his father that has to be recognised in -Dance like a Man’. In -Bravely Fought the Queen,’ it is a host of issues that have to be revealed and faced from the homosexuality of certain characters. Dattani shows us the hollowness of middle class lives. His plays explore what lies below the facades characters and families front up to fool the world. The family in Dattani stands for society at large. Dattani’s characters search for security and acceptance, to be true to themselves. In Dattani’s world the socialisation process initiated in the family unit has its aim the stunted growth of a bousaitres. The prominent theme of Mahesh Dattani’s later plays is homosexuality. Homosexuality is dealt with in -Bravely Fought the Queen’, -Where There’s a will,’ and – Dance Like a Man.’ Another important theme of Mahesh Dattanis’s plays in Gender Identity. -Bravely Fought the Queen’ foregrounds this whole issue with its very title. Dattai raises these and a number of other questions regarding gender and social stratification and hierarchy and sexuality. The most significant feature of Dattani is, perhaps his use of langauge. The note to his very first play, -Where There’s Will’ reads as follows. -Should the play be need in classrooms, I sincerely wish that English language teachers will not dismiss my syntax as bad English’ or worse still as incorrect, while knowledge of the rules of grammar is important, the richness and variety of the spoken word is a study in itself.” The past and the present both co-exist, and while the past has fashioned the present, the present helps the characters to re-read the past. Dattani’s stage techniques are aimed at making the audience intimate with the life of a family, its trials and trilantations and debilitating secrets. Dattani exercises great care in ensuring through his detailed stage direction that reader and potential directors understand all this. This division of the stage allows clearly demarcated space for certain characters, or time periods, as well as for different locales. C.K. Meena says, in an article on Dattani, –Unmasking the Middle class : The Drama of Mahesh Dattani” (Indian Review of Books, Vol., N. 6 1999), that this distribution of –the action among different levels on stage not only makes his plays visually exciting landmark but more at a snappy pace.” Mahesh Dattani defends his use of English as spoken by people in India and also goes on to make another serious statement. He says that his characters –would love to speak in Gujarati” and his challenge as a writer is to convey their Gujaratiness without distortion in English. Dattani’s characters speak the kind of English that most middle class Indians do. He also uses Indian English with great confidence and captures the rhythms of the spoken English. 1.4 : RESEARCH METHODOLOGY I have resolved to do research on the dramas of Mahesh Dattani : -Tara’, -Bravely fought the Queen’, -Final solutions’, -on a Muggy Night in Mumbai’ and -Seven steps Around The Fire.’ I shall take recourse to the following methods. 1. The study of various literary journals published in India and abroad incorporated in the corpus of the bibliography. 2. The study of various News-Papers in English in India and Abroad. 3. The analysis of each drama after close scrutiny.?

CHAPTER DIVISION

1.CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION

2.CHAPTER-2ISSUE OF GENDER DISCRIMENATION

2.CHAPTER-3ISSUE OF EUNUCH [SEVEN STEPS AROUND THE FIRE]

3.CHAPTER-4ISSUE OF HOMO SEXUALITY [ON A MUGGY NIGHT IN MUMBAI]

4.CHAPTER-5ISSUE OF COMMUNALISM[FINAL SOLUTIONS]

5.CHAPTER-6SUMMING UP

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DETAILED ANALYSIS CHAPTER-1 :INTRODUCTION Mahesh Dattani is a contemporary writer who writes sepcifically in English. Dattani’s plays question some of the norms and conventions of society. In the process, interesting questions arise regarding gender and other issues like homo-sexuality, lesbianism, child sexual abuse. Dattani tackles issues that afflict societies the world over. Dealing with issues like male-famale ascendance divide, the patriarchal tradition, consumerism, communalism, Dattani holds back nothing. Alygue Padamsee calls him one of the –most serious contemporary playwrights.” CHAPTER-2. :ISSUES OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION -Tara’ is a riveting play that questions the role of a society that treats the children of the same womb in two different ways. Dattani’s -Tara’ is a poignant play about a boy and a girl who are joined together at the hip and have to be separated surgically, which will mean the death of either of the two. The fact that the injustice perpetuated by the victim’s own mother whose preference is to the male child, makes the play more powerful suggesting that it is woman who continues the chain of injustice. Tara is not just the story of the protagonist of the play -Tara,’ but it is the story of every girl child born in Indian family whether urban or rural. The situation is aggravated if the girl is physically challenged or there is any other physical or mental deformity in her. It is a bitter example of child abuse present in the Indian societies. Every girl child born in an Indian family does suffer some kind of exploitation and if there is a boy child in the family, the exploitation is very much visible as the privileges are consciously or unconsciously propounded to the son. The scene opens in London with Chandan, now a play wright, reminiscing about his childhood days spent with his sister Tara. Tara and Chandan are two sides of the same self rather than two separate entities and that Dan, in trying to write the story of his own childhood, has to write Tara’s story. The play revolves around the Siamese twins, chandan and Tara Patel, an operation to separate the twins at birth, leaves Tara crippled for life. Chandan, the privileged brother wants to turn his anguish into drama on his sister’s childhood. Throughout the play we can feel that she bears some kind of grudge against the society. She seems to have some kind of aversion with the outside world and her world consists of only her parents and her brother whom she was ever close to. The play explores besides exposing the typical Indian mind set which has from time immemorial preferred a boy child to a girl child. It looks at the triumphs and the failures of an Indian family. comprising of father (Patel). mother (Bharati) and two children (Chandan and Tara) coping with the trauma of disability. Tara, a feisty girl, who isn’t given enough opportunities as were given to her brother eventually wastes away and dies. Chandan escapes to London, changes his name to Dan and attempts to repress the guilt he feels over his sister’s death. His sense of trauma and anguish is so intense that at the end of the play, we see Chandan apologizing to Tara in the most moving of all the lines –Forgive me, Tara. forgive me, for making it my tragedy.” CHAPTER-3 :ISSUE OF EUNUCH -Seven Steps around the Fire’, the most popular play, dwells on the theme of eunuchs, their identity, their constitution and their connotation. Uma Rao, the sociology scholar, emerges as the most powerful character of the play, the mouth piece of the playwright, who fights to establish the identity of an eunuch. Mammal, during her research on the class and gender – related violence and crime, meets justice in the nemesis of the play. An eunuch, a beautiful one, invited for marriage, and the final tragic death-all seem to be a mis construct. This is all about marriage of a beautiful hizra Kamla to a son of a wealthy government minister named subbu. This shocking revelation culminated into the murder of Kamla. The society accepts a hizra for gracing the ceremonies of marriage and births but would not allow them to portrayed of such ceremonies. The author has ironically portrayed this aspect which would not have been given any head, for any matter related to them is of no importance to anyone. The heart rendering story about a hizra that she is murdered simply because she had fallen in love with subbu a young man having a status of importance in society, fills us with horror and sense of injustice. Again in the play we observe how the Police officer refuses to subject him self to any medical examination to rule out the barrenness of his wife due to his impotency. This bias of squarely blaming the woman for her barren state is another societal phenomenon that Dattani exposes.

CHAPTER – 4 :ISSUE OF HOMO SEXUALITY -Bravely Fought the Queen’ charters through the emotional, financial and sexual intricacies of a modern day Indian family. -Bravely fought the Queen’ was written by Dattani in the year 1991 and it was performed at the Sophia Bhabha Hall, Mumbai on August 2, 1991. The narration is centred around an Indian family in which two brothers Jiten and Nitin, the co-owners of an advertising agency, have married two sisters, Dolly and Alka. The women remain at home much of the time, where they look after the men’s ageing mother Baa. Jiten and Nitin’s father was a cruel and a dark man who usually harassed their mother. The kind of cruelty perpetrated on Baa by her husband is brought to light every now and then in the play. Baa sees the picture of her husband in her elder son, Jiten and thus automatically develops an inclination towards her younger son, Nitin who resembles her a lot. So here we have two generations sharing the same experiences at the hand of their chauvinistic husbands and yet to come third generation, Daksha who also experiences the mal-treatment of her father even before her birth and is born as a disabled child. In the same way Dolly and Alka in -Bravely Fought the Queen’ arm themselves at the end of the play to fight back. Alka very boldly questions the authority of her husband and asks for an explanation for his disloyalty. She also exposes the betrayal of her brohther for not revealing the existence of homosexual relations between her husband and her brother. There was Kanhaiya, who represents the world of sexuality whether heterosexuality or homosexuality. He might be the alluring cook who might or might not be Krishna of Dolly and Alka, or the dark auto driver who embodies Nitin’s sexual guilt. Nitin at the end of the play exposes his homosexual relations to Alka who is fast asleep after getting drunk. Thus we see that women have not been presented as sinners but they suffer because of the men who are part of their lives. This play presents the concept of gay culture prevalent in big cities. -On a Muggy Night in Mumbai’ is a tragicomedy which deals with homosexuals In the play, Sharad and Deepali, though comfortable with each other, have different ways of being gay. More stress is laid on the characters of Kamlesh and Prakash who is also Ed and romances with Kamlesh’s’s sister Kiran. Initially Kamlesh and Prakash were ardent lovers when Prakash suddenly turns coats and changes into Ed, weaning the garb of a hand some guy, head over heels in love with Kiran, who unfortunately happens to be Kamlesh’s sister. Kamlesh playing the role of humble lover resides to the changed situation without complaining. Nevertheless, his sexual needs are fulfilled by sharad, his friend. He shocks us a bit by stooping down to mating with a guard for which he is ashamed of himself. Prakash who had now changed to Ed suddenly emerges into the room and the scene to meet Kamlesh’s sister and bumping into Kamlesh is revived of his earlier crush on Kamlesh, Nonetheless Prakash/Ed is ashamed of being a homosexual and tries to leave the place with Kiran as soon as possible to escape the cynical eyes of the others who knew about his relationship with Kamlesh. Karan is shown to having all compassion for the gay people and wishes they could many for happiness of her brother who she knew was homosexual. The irony of the whole story is that the poor girl did not know that the man to whom she was going to get married was homosexual and ex-lover of her brother. The revelation in the end comes as a shock to her. The whole story throws light on the growing homosexuality and its non-acceptance by the Indian Society. CHAPTER – 5 :ISSUE OF COMMUNALISM -Final solutions’ was first performed in 1993. This play foregrounds the Hindu-Muslim problems. It also tackles the theme of transferred resentments in the context of family relations. The characters in the play motivate us to think that angry out-bursts lead to chain reactions. The play opens with Daksha reading from her diary. An oil lamp converted to an electric one suggests that the period is the late 1940. Daksha is the grand mother of Gandhis. Daksha closes her diary and then Hardika appears on the stage. She feels the things have not changed that much. In the living room of the Gandhis, Aruna, Ramnik Gandhi’s wife, enters while Aruna’s daughter Sunita and her husband are retiring for the night. Ramnik doesn’t like Hardika’s telling his daughter that –those people are all demons.” Aruna is a God fearing woman who thinks that everything will be smooth and peaceful one day. Ramnik saves the two boys- Bobby and Javed. Ramnik thinks that Javed has done an unforgivable act. Ramnik, a liberal minded person, offers a job to Javed only to give him a chance. Ramnik transfers his anger at his own father’s black deed (burning the ship) to his mother. In the name of communal hatred, this shameful act is done by Ramnik’s father. The play is a fine example of transferred resentments. Smita, who is unable to express her love for Babban, criticizes her mother bitterly. The play mocks at the politicians who use people as their puppets. These puppeteers are the culprits. The play-wright at the end of the play, wishes to stop this game of hatred and communal tension through the character of Ramnik. Ramnik accepts that his father has done the black deed. We should forgive the offenders and forget the past. This can be the final solution. CHAPTER -6 :DATTANI’S ACHIEVEMENT AS A PLAY WRIGHT Dattani’s plays have contemporary values and his plays can be said to have been impaired by Ibsen the Father of Realism. Dattani handles every problem from gender issues to sexuality very successfully. Dattani’s achievement as a play wright depends on the fact that his plays are a slice of life. They present reality as it exists. Dattani’s theatre group, playpen, was formed in 1984 and he has directed several of their plays ranging from classical Greek to contemporary work. He has an array of themes to offer in his plays and the issues he chooses to project are the most topical but also the most controversial one. Dattani’s plays, have purely performance – oriented scripts that elicit from the audience and emotional as well as strongly intellectual response. His plays address the middle class and only the middle class. The reason is not far to seek-it is this class that constitutes his audience. Dattani has created a vibrant, new theatrical form which is a marked development on the hither to stagnant Indian drama in English. ? BIBLIOGRAPHY A.Primary Sources 1. Tara : In Collected Plays (New Delhi Penguin 2000) 2. Bravely Fought the Queen In Collected Plays (New Delhi : Penguin 2000) 3. Final Solutions : In collected Plays (New Delhi : Penguin 2000) 4. Seven Steps Around the Fire (New Delhi : Penguin 2000) 5. On a Muggy Night in Mumbai (New Delhi : Penguin 2000) B.Secondary Sources 1. Karnad, Girish : Author’s Introduction, Three Plays (New Delhi, Oxford university Press, 1994) 2. Ramanujam, A. K. –Introduction” Follktales from India (New Delhi, Viking 1993. 3. Naik, M.K. Dimension of Indian English Literature (New Delhi, Sterling, 1984) 4. Styam. J.L. The Elements of Drama (London : Cambridge University Press, 1960) 5. Iyenger, K.R.S.- Indian writing in English (Bombay, Asia, 1977) 6. Iyenger, K.R.S.-Drama in Modern India (Bombary : The P.E.N. All India centre, 1961) C.Articles 1. Padamasee, Alygue –A note on the Play” in Mehesh Dattani, Final Solutions, collected Plays (New Delhi : Penguin India, 2000) 2. M.K. Naik –Cinderella Still : Recent Indian English Drama” Littcrit, Vol. 27, Number and 2, June – December 2001. 3. The New Indian Express, Friday October 15, 1999. 4. The Hindu, Sunday March, 9, 2003. 5. Devy, G.N—Indian English Literature and common Wealth Literature” In Another Tongue 1993, Madras, Macmillan, 1995). 6. Reddy K. Venkata and Dhawan R.K. (ed) Rtd. -Flowering of Indian Drama (New Delhi Prestige 2004). 7. Asnani Shyam –Indian English Drama’ spectrum History of Indian Literature in English ed. Ram Sewak Singh and Charu Sheel Singh (New Delhi, Atlantic, 1997) 8. Naik, M.K.—The Achievement of Indian Drama in English’ Dimension of Indian English Lieterature (New Delhi : Sterling, 1984) 9. Dattani, Mahesh : –Contemporary Indian Theatre and Its Relevance,” Journal of Indian Writing in English, Vol 30, No 1, Jan 2002.

All About Socks – Your Guide To Buying The Socks For Children

All About Socks – Your Guide To Buying The Socks For Children

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Athlete’s foot is excruciating. It also restricts movement. Of course, you do not want other people to see your feet cracking and scaling. You will be very observant when walking barefoot. The same goes with kids. Children with athlete’s foot are anxious to join with other kids. They are embarrassed that their friends would tease them and would make them an outsider. Teach your child how to protect his feet so that he won’t be treated badly by his friends. One way is to get your child a good pair of socks. If you are clueless on how to decide on the right socks, here’s how:

Choose The Appropriate Fabric
Picking the appropriate material for socks is extremely critical. Comfort and breathability are critical to be considered. Cotton is the most desirable material used for socks not only for children but also for adults. Why is it conventional? Aside from other materials like wool or polyester, only some are allergic to cotton materials. With that said, many parents are opting for this type of material. Aside from cotton, acrylic fabric is also very common. It is lightweight and very durable. It is easy to clean because you don’t have to fear the color staining your other garments. It is able to hold dyes strongly.

Examine The Over All Condition Of The Socks
Be detail oriented when picking your kid’s socks. Examine not just the material, but also the thickness, scratchiness, patterns and seams. The socks may look cute with princess design all over. But it’s already late that you found out that you child is allergic to the fabric and worse the size doesn’t fit. Another piece of advice, when buying socks, turn it inside out and check the seams to see if there are no loose clobber.

Match The Socks Not Only With The Outfit But With The Event
If your kid is playing baseball or soccer, see to it that you pick a polyester. Avoid wool materials as it tends to be scratchy when worn. Acrylic is another type of socks suggested by experts because it is moisture repellent and it is very comfortable. Aside from sports socks, there are socks specially made for formal attire. If your girl is wearing a nice dress for a party, you can ask her to wear a nice pair of dress socks. Dress sock are generally delicate. They are usually made from thin fabrics like silk and cashmere. If your child is just going to the mall, see that she is wearing comfortable socks. Ankle socks and toe socks are so comfortable and they are desirable among young kids.

Be Adaptable
Before dressing your child, consider the occasion and the weather condition. Yes socks are indeed helpful as it absorbs sweat. On the other hand, if you are on the seashore and your child is wearing flip flops don’t ask your child to wear socks anymore. It will be very awkward to wear.

Socks are not just the plain white accessory that people wear. It is useful and very convenient. When buying another pair of socks for your child consider the tips above and your child will be so delighted that you care.

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