Aashka Goradia

आश्का गोरडीअ ने शेयर कि न्यूड योग पोज़ तस्वीर | पहले भी कर चुकी हैं ऐसा | तस्वीरें देखे |

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आश्का गोरडीअ कई सारे टीवी शोज कर चुकी हैं | लेकिन आज कल वो अपने टीवी शोज से ज्यादा अपने इंस्टाग्राम अकाउंट को लेकर चर्चा में हैं | दरअशल उन्होंने न्यूड योग नाम कि एक मुहीम छेड़ राखी हैं | जिसके जरिये वो बॉडी पॉजिटिव को बढ़ावा देने कि कोशिश कर रही हैं |

उनकी एक तस्वीर काफी तेजी से सभी सोशल मीडिया साइट्स और न्यूज़ कि खबरों में बनी हुई हैं | उन्होंने एक ऐसी तस्वीर शेयर की हैं जिसमे यो बिना ब्रा के योगा पोज़ देते हुए दिख रही हैं | उनकी ये फोटो डालते ही वो सोशल मीडिया पर ट्रेंड करने लगी और देखते ही देखते कुछ ही घंटो में सभी मीडिया वेबसाइट की हैडलाइन बन गई |

हलाकि उन्होंने सिर्फ फोटो ही नहीं शेयर की हैं बल्कि फोटो के साथ एक मजबूत मैसेज भी देने की कोशिश की हैं

I’ve talked with the amazing @aashkagoradia about the sexualisation & objectification of women in India. I wanted to share her thoughts with you.

”A new paradigm is shifting in our collective psyche. Stale mentalities are starting to whither and rightfully die. Necessary for an evolving society.
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Exhaustingly and hypocritically, we as a society look down at broad displays of the female form as it appears in the moment. On screen, completely accepted (pending the budget of such displays crosses a certain 7-figure total). And the male form, no issue there – the more muscles, the better. But the female form…this angle of the topic is still being strangled to death by the perspectives of generations before us. The old diatribe of “Pura pheno, log kya kehenge?!” [Cover up. What will people say?] is still muttered in every household.
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We have the Sari – of the most enchanting styles of garment in the world. The midriff blouse, highlighting the soft curves of a woman’s figure, is revered. It’s traditional! Conservative, you can say! But a bikini – oh no…baring a woman’s legs AND her stomach…”oh no,…too much.” And don’t even think of insinuating toplessness!
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Thankfully, this toxic mindset is being swept back to the sea of history like the 5pm high tide. People are catching wise to social codes once accepted without question. “Why did we need to cover up?” Because men get ideas! Because men start thinking dirty thoughts! Because boys only think about one thing!
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So I have to stifle my expression, my creativity, my art, because others have a problem. No, enough. I’m done with that. And you should be too.
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On the very walls of our beloved Khajuraho Temple, or extremely popular museums, hundreds of graphic sexual scenarios can be seen by young and old. It’s woven into our culture. Yet it’s acceptance goes only as far as the grounds it lays on, charging a nominal fee to catch a glimpse. Then we depart, back to the world of “how a good Indian daughter behaves.”
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The female form is the most beautiful of God’s creation. It is the vehicle to create life itself. Its expression should be celebrated. Not covered up.” ❤️

 

 

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#Repost @nude_yogagirl ・・・ I’ve talked with the amazing @aashkagoradia about the sexualisation & objectification of women in India. I wanted to share her thoughts with you. ❤ ”A new paradigm is shifting in our collective psyche. Stale mentalities are starting to whither and rightfully die. Necessary for an evolving society. . Exhaustingly and hypocritically, we as a society look down at broad displays of the female form as it appears in the moment. On screen, completely accepted (pending the budget of such displays crosses a certain 7-figure total). And the male form, no issue there – the more muscles, the better. But the female form…this angle of the topic is still being strangled to death by the perspectives of generations before us. The old diatribe of “Pura pheno, log kya kehenge?!” [Cover up. What will people say?] is still muttered in every household. . We have the Sari – of the most enchanting styles of garment in the world. The midriff blouse, highlighting the soft curves of a woman’s figure, is revered. It’s traditional! Conservative, you can say! But a bikini – oh no…baring a woman’s legs AND her stomach…”oh no,…too much.” And don’t even think of insinuating toplessness! . Thankfully, this toxic mindset is being swept back to the sea of history like the 5pm high tide. People are catching wise to social codes once accepted without question. “Why did we need to cover up?” Because men get ideas! Because men start thinking dirty thoughts! Because boys only think about one thing! . So I have to stifle my expression, my creativity, my art, because others have a problem. No, enough. I’m done with that. And you should be too. . On the very walls of our beloved Khajuraho Temple, or extremely popular museums, hundreds of graphic sexual scenarios can be seen by young and old. It’s woven into our culture. Yet it’s acceptance goes only as far as the grounds it lays on, charging a nominal fee to catch a glimpse. Then we depart, back to the world of “how a good Indian daughter behaves.” . The female form is the most beautiful of God’s creation. It is the vehicle to create life itself. Its expression should be celebrated. Not covered up.” ❤️

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उनकी कुछ और इस तरह की तस्वीरें आप निचे देख सकते हैं

 

 

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Had an amazing chat with @nude_yogagirl about her art and her campaign #nuedisnormal Her thoughts: We should have the freedom to decide about our own body… No one has the right to objectify, sexualise or shame a woman for being in their own skin. It’s our natural state. Nudity can be artistic and so much more. ❤️ Is nudity only related to pornography in India nowadays? Is there freedom for women to wear what they want or be in their own skin as they wish? Without being judged for it? ❤️ I created #NUEDisnormal to fight against the objectification and sexualisation of women bodies in the digital world and outside of it. ❤️ . . I love your message and your courage @nude_yogagirl This photo is her art! To read my thoughts and see my photo visit and follow @nude_yogagirl . . #nuedisnormal #artisart #onelove

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The subtleties of effort. Success isn’t always measured in the most obvious ways. Sometimes, it’s the small details we work on that add to the overall piece. Some may see it; most will not. A painter may create a gorgeous cityscape, focused around two people in the depths of emotional gravitas. But she spends a particular amount of time on the background – the cracks in the sidewalk, the water stains of the building stucco, the effulgence of the light breaking against a pane of glass. Not everyone will see or appreciate your hard work, but you will. And my husband @ibrentgoble wrote that for me! 😍 #throwbackthursday #headstand #sirsasana #yogalife #yogaeverywhere #yogaeveryday #yogaforlife 📷 @reelsanddreams

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I took this picture last year in July because I used to see my husband @ibrentgoble work so hard and when he would get into various asanas his body used to take and make immense shapes, I would tell him.. baby it’s like I can see your insides popping out, I want it too and he said then work on it. Three months into my practice with him my body started taking a new shape, and this photo. Little did I know I will share this picture today to show my support towards @nude_yogagirl And request to remove the shadow ban on her art work. I don’t know it’s the name that bothers people or her art, to me it looks incredibly stunning. In the world where people blatantly copy others art and journey and try to make it look like it’s theirs. But you! Your art can’t be claimed, it’s only you. And in your support #nuedisnormal Objectify or not, art is art! And hence #khajurahotemples stand tall, kamasutra and to many more artist and sculptors who acclaimed universal emotion via perfect story telling including #nuedity We called it art and put it in museums, and here shadow ban.. explain? I have been following her page for months and I am a super fan ❤️

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