Friday, June 29, 2012

All colours are not the same.



Recently we had an InFB Challenge that a fellow blogger and I thought out, and if you follow me on twitter, you'd know that I was busy co-ordinating the whole challenge. Basically, it was called the VIBGYOR challenge. Read more about it HERE. So instead of doing an outfit post, or a diy or just a random colourful post, I decided to complete a painting I was doing already. So I went ahead and did this. The above picture you see is my painting. 

Now I'm not a painter, neither do I claim to be good at painting etc. But its something I've always enjoyed doing from my childhood. Be it in art classes at school, or drawing competitions in the society. Drawing and painting, always attracted me. So I gave continuity to this hobby of mine through the challenge and did this painting, that's more like a colourful message. 

About the painting: 

As the painting clearly sends out a written as well as painted message of a topic I often rant about on the blog, it also shoes how all colours are not the same, and people are just like that. We all are unique and amazing in our own ways. 

I'm not a stick figure and I'm proud of it, is an affirmation that I believe in and say. I wish a lot of people out there would be more confident about their figure no matter what. With movies, television, radio and media in general setting the bar for perfection high, society also expects people to be a certain size zero. I often read on a lot of blogs that their relatives are saying : Tum kitni moti ho gayi ho? Kab patli banogi, ladke sab intezaar kar rahe hain. (You've become so fat. When will you become thin? All the boys are waiting)

Its statements like these that ruin the world. Does that mean people who aren't so called thin are not fit to be dated? 

While people will continue behaving and thinking the way they do, its a few that actually try and make a change. I am definitely standing for us people who aren't stick figures. We have curves, we love em. We are confident of ourselves.

All colours are not the same, just like all people are not. 

What do you think of this post?

Love,
Sonshu

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19 comments:

  1. that painting was nice.. cool :D

    And neither am I stick figure..but me's proud of it :D

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  2. I have never got the idea of a stick figure,
    How did it even come into existence ?

    I am in love with my curves :) and yours too sweetie :)

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  3. Love the Post ,great Words! You look gorgeous :)
    i´m a new Follower

    Lovely Greetings from Austria ♡

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  4. All the boys are waiting? That's a crazy thought. No one should change their weight for anyone else but themselves. And if you are happy and confident in the way you look, then that's all that really matters. There are definitely girls out there who was stick thin and completely lacking in confidence.

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  5. Such a great post! I can't believe relatives would say that! Our society does place a huge emphasis on skinny. I remember reading Sweet Valley High a long time ago and the characters in the book were described as a 'perfect size 6.' Now the fashion industry would consider that fat. I bet if those books were written now it would be a size 2 instead of 6. So what is going to happen in 10 years? Will 2 be considered 'fat'? It is ridiculous. It has to stop!

    Amy


    Fashion and Beauty Finds

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  6. Sonshu .. u r so adorable and what a great inspiration to many other girls out there..I truly appreciate people like you who are confident about hemselves.. cute painting and cute person who made it :)

    Love
    Shilpi
    www.pinkjasminestyling.com

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  7. How perfectly true!:)
    Love the way you write..

    Also, the painting is great!


    Shubhi's Revels!

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  8. The painting & the message is beautiful :)



    www.chpdzn.blogspot.com

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  9. That statement is so curt! "all the boys are waiting, become thin"
    I think it's high time that people start accepting who they are and then getting comfortable about the idea!
    because one you're confident, no one else can shatter you by making such stereotype statements!
    totally agree with you Sonshu :)

    Much Love,
    ModishAndMuse
    www.sunitijham.blogspot.com

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  10. Loved both the post and the painting :)

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  11. i wrote this huge comment last night then it didn't load:(
    i love your creative way of taking part in the competition.relatives & people in general who say those stupid things SUCK..be who you are and love yourself..love the things you do and be nice to people..be a dick to a dick..just saying i do that..

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  12. Thanks for your comments :) means a lot. Great post. I love the message

    www.studentfab.blogspot.co.uk

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  13. Dear Sonshu!
    I got your lovely message! Thank you so much!
    And i can definitely relate to you and the message. I used to write it too on a daily basis for inspiration! It really helps!

    Much love. Keep visiting!

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  14. your write ups make me smile from within.
    With you, on every thought, written in this post.
    and that painting is adorable!
    keep believing in what you are and do, you have a long way to go :)

    love
    isha

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  15. i love ur pic,so cute and simple.i really love the quote on it
    btw mind to fllw each other?let me know
    jessillesilv.blogspot.com

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  16. love the illustration. very nice!

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  17. You go girl!!! :-) Hope you are having a wonderful day!
    -Jyoti
    Style-Delights Blog

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  18. Thank You soooooo much all! <3

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  19. Your art screams your heart...Very beautiful sketch...I loved it <3...We all r beautiful in our own way.....Only few people can realize it....

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