Whalley finds its roots in 1925 when Arthur Whalley opened a gas station and a corner store at what became known as Whalley’s corner.
As we celebrate Vaisakhi year after year, we are confronted with an ugly reality that is in stark contrast to these ideals. Despite its progressive outlook, the current world order is clearly in a regressive shift.
In recent years, the celebration has also been used as a platform to bring awareness to social issues affecting the South Asian community.
I remember my younger days when we would wake up early morning and the entire family would dress up and go to the Gurudwara. A special langar would be prepared for that day and we would all celebrate together.
Here’s my opinion on why I believe the manner in which Indians parent needs to change immediately.
We do great injustice to mothers shaming them as ‘bad’ or ‘good’ mothers based on their breastfeeding preferences.