“Pucker up, honey.” I say to the better half, who almost chokes over his morning tea.
“Where shall we kiss? The gateway or the beach?” I continue.
Just when the hubby thought he was used to the mad ways of his ad-woman wife…
In response to the quizzical brows, I add, “You see, the
“I didn’t know the Delhi High Court is so interested in your life, or mine for that matter,” he quips.
The battle of wits has begun.
“They say it’s okay for married people to kiss in public,” I explain.
I see the mischievous grin that made me fall in love with him, stretch across his face.
“Do they specify that the two people have to be married to each other?”
I’m glad the Delhi HC approves but I’m wondering if couples – married or otherwise – make elaborate kissing plans etc.
Imagine a daily planner like this.
Correct me if I’m wrong but I always thought a kiss is something that happens on the spur of the moment. It’s just a demonstration of affection and isn’t really that big a deal.
They ’re saying it offends the people around. It’s against our culture. Valentine’s Day is against our culture. Anything to do with love is against our culture.
Picture the moral police being thrown back into history.
- They arrest
Krishnaand Radha because they’re not married. In fact, Krishnais married to Rukmini and Radha to Ayan.
- Prevent the worship of the Shiva linga. We all know why.
- Send Vatsyayana to the gallows for voyeurism. And set fire to the book.
- Sue Menaka for immoral conduct.
- Have a dharna outside Durga’s residence to tell her she ought to be in the kitchen, not outside destroying asuras.
- Order Kaamdev and Rati to shut shop. Maybe confiscate the bow and arrow?
- Ostracize Vishnu for turning into Mohini. And sue him for immoral intent.
And after all this, tell these individuals that they have no place in Indian culture.