“The kitchen is the woman’s place”. This was a common phrase I heard a lot growing up as a girl. Well, kitchen is not the woman’s world solely, not anymore. There’s nothing detrimental about men doing household work. There is no shame in helping your wife or mother in the kitchen. Many celebrities do that very often and examples for the people to follow them. Kailash Satyarthi, who is a worldwide child activist and a Nobel Price winner feels proud to be a cook. You don’t believe us then go through these Exclusive pictures for yourself.
In an interview Satyarthi said that he loves helping his wife in the kitchen. Well, by seeing these pictures we can say that Satyarthi is doing a very good job and is jack-of-all-trades. The perfectly round roti’s prove that he is a perfectionist in his cookery skills as well.
He loves to exchange roles with his wife just as Arjun Kapur did in the movie ‘Ki and Ka’. That’s something worth following for men in the Indian Society isn’t it?. It is no shame for a man to be in a kitchen. It is more humane and kind of you if you take charge of cooking and relieve your wife or mother on alternate days.
In a world that upholds stereotypical gender roles within households, with horribly regressive expressions such as “she wears the pants”. It is very appreciable to see personalities like him breaking the monotony. India has its own backward vocabulary, like that pejorative term for a man who has the courage to cock. Ultimately, gender describes but doesn’t define a person. There’s no breakthrough in swapping roles right?