The actor opens up on what giving a much-needed push to new and upcoming ladies designers and companies owned by ladies amid the on-going pandemic
At a time when gender-based violence instances are nonetheless on an increase, Esha Deol Takhtani believes that this Navratri will remind males of the Goddess that resides inside each lady. “These cases are common in areas where education isn’t given much importance and there’s a lack of dignity and respect that men need to uphold for the opposite sex. During Navratri, everyone prays to the Goddess. When you worship Her, it’s imperative that you respect the women in your life,” she elaborates.
This Navratri is reasonably particular for the 39-year-old actor. She has collaborated with new and upcoming ladies designers and companies owned by ladies to offer them a a lot wanted push amid the on-going pandemic. “Things are much better this time around and I thought people would definitely dress up and step out. I’m glad to be helping and empowering other women who’ve started their own businesses,” says Takhtani, who can be ensuring that her daughters adhere to the 9 colors of Navratri.
Listening to Mahishasura Mardini and chanting Durga Saptashati are an integral a part of Navratri celebrations for Takhtani. She believes that these rituals are essential to instil the values of self-respect and dignity in her daughters, Radhya, 3, and Miraya, 2.
“We play shlokas from Mahishasura Mardini in the house in the morning and evening. Through both of my pregnancies, we chanted the Durga Saptashati. We’re doing it this year as well. It goes on for about one-and-a-half hours where we chant hymns to invoke the Goddess. When I had my daughters in my womb, I felt that they reacted to it. Now when we play it, they dance to it as if they’ve heard it before,” ends the actor, who will likely be seen in Rudra: The Edge Of Darkness.