Tehelka on Dabur statement: Homosexuals celebrating Karwachout, people say – it’s against our culture

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Sunday, 24 October 2021 09:54 AM IST Updated

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The Karwa Chowt festival will be celebrated across the country today, October 24. On Karwa Chowt, married women pray for the longevity of their husbands.

Homosexuals celebrating Curvachout
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Karwa Chowt festival is celebrated across the country today i.e. on October 24. Earlier, Dabur’s new announcement was going viral on social media. The statement showed the two young women celebrating Karwa Chowt together. The statement, released by Dabur Product Fem Cream Gold Bleach, said one woman was bleaching another’s face. The two also discuss the significance of this festival and the reason behind it. Meanwhile, another woman joins the conversation and gives everyone a sari to tie at night. The ad ends with the two women looking at each other with a traditional sieve and making each other look like husband and wife with a plate decorated with water in front of them. There have been various reactions to this statement on the internet.

One user wrote, ‘Weldon, Fame / Dabur! It’s a good film for a festival that is often criticized by conservative brands. ‘ Another user wrote, ‘Why are they defaming Hindu customs by showing Western ideas? This is against our culture. Another user wrote, ‘It is good to see that advertisements can only be made in conjunction with Hindu festivals and traditions so that Hinduism does not discriminate and accept everything.’ Please tell us that in Karwa Chowdhury, married women pray for the longevity of their husbands.

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Karwa Chowt festival is celebrated across the country today i.e. on October 24. Earlier, Dabur’s new announcement was going viral on social media. The statement showed the two young women celebrating Karwa Chowt together. In this statement released by Dabur’s product Fem Cream Gold Bleach a woman is applying bleach on another’s face. The two also discuss the significance of this festival and the reason behind it. Meanwhile, another woman joins the conversation and gives everyone a sari to wear for the night. The ad ends with the two women looking at each other with a traditional sieve and making each other look like husband and wife with a plate decorated with water in front of them. There have been various reactions to this statement on the internet.

One user wrote, ‘Weldon, Fame / Dabur! A good film for a festival that is often criticized by conservative brands. ‘ Another user wrote, ‘Why did they denigrate Hindu customs by showing Western ideas? This is against our culture. Another user wrote, ‘Since Hinduism does not discriminate and accepts everything, it is very good to advertise only with Hindu festivals and traditions.’ On Karwa Chowt, please tell married women to pray for the longevity of their husbands.

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