Light 'em up, light 'em up
Tell me where you are, tell me where you are
Summer nights, bright lights
And the shootin' stars, they break my heart
Callin' you now, but you're not pickin' up
Shadows so close if that's still enough
Light a match, light a match
Baby, in the dark, show me where you are
How I miss you every single day
When I see you on those streets
Oh, love 💕
#journey#followme@martingarrix@davidguetta@romy SO FAR AWAY 🖤
#FollowMyGlass We visited “Fifty one shades of pink” restaurant 2 days back. And we just had to come back to check their second restaurant. This one is called “The Collando”. Impeccable service and absolutely lovely dessert menu. Going to go on a Palace tour in sometime! I’m eyeing the “Prince of Wales Suite”. 😜♥️
They made me a kiwi Gin Martini. You can customise your food to drinks as you please here. They treat you like a queen in a land of Kings. 😍👸🏻
#CelebrateHerSuccess - Manbhar Devi, #Rajasthan
Some age-old conventions can change by a change in outlook. 41-year-old Manbhar Devi from Rajasthan encouraged her daughter-in-law Kiran to pursue 10th-grade examination by enrolling her in Pratham's #SecondChance Program. Kiran dropped out of school to help support her family at home and soon got married. She got busy with her household duties when her mother-in-law motivated her to make the most of this opportunity. Kiran stood first in her class at the Pisangan centre. Her happiness was contagious. It motivated Manbhar Devi to enrol in the next batch and attempt to clear 10th-grade.
Although Manbhar Devi was finding it difficult to get familiar with the syllabus and the routine of studying, she kept moving ahead. She enrolled three more women with her at the centre. She would juggle between her work as a helper in an Aanganwadi, her household chores and the class. She would participate in all the activities in the class. Manbhar Devi secured a position among the top ten scorers of Pisangan centre.
The duo of daughter-in-law and mother-in-law helped each other through their exams. They took turns to complete household activities. Both of them managed to break the preconceived notion of marital restrictions of women in India. Manbhar Devi had faced a lot of restrictions from her mother-in-law, and hence she ensured that Kiran would not suffer the same ordeal. While Kiran is planning to pursue further studies, Manbhar Devi is rejoicing her success.
Manbhar Devi is one of the 644 candidates who appeared for 10th-grade examination through Pratham's Second Chance Program in Rajasthan. Out of those, 589 candidates passed, thus making the state's passing percentage an impressive 91%. #Education#Learning#WomenEmpowerment