Posted on April 21, 2008
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25 responses to “The F.E. Choudhry Gallery: Personal Hygiene”

  1. More comments from the ATP Facebook Page where this was recently reposted:

    – “truly amazing!”
    – “sisterhood?”
    – “great pic…this chain might have continued if the last woman had not covered her head…:) alas!!! :)”
    – “nice one…”
    – “nice”
    – “It’s really nice!”
    – “waqat kam aur mukhaballa sakath .. :-)”
    – “Its really a great picture.”
    – “A million Thanks to Allah for giving us Pakistan!”
    – “Do’nt 4get past and think for Future,,,,,,”

  2. More comments from ATP’s Facebook Page where thsi was recently re-posted:

    – “truly amazing!”
    – “sisterhood?”
    – “great pic…this chain might have continued if the last woman had not covered her head…:) alas!!! :)”
    – “nice one…”
    – “nice”
    – “It’s really nice!”

  3. Some comments from the ATP Facebook Page where this was reposted recently:

    – “Charles Darwin fill in the blank…:)”
    – “ya kia hora hay ake dosaray ki joway daki jari hai. hahaha”
    – “ye hamaray ancestors hain….thori izzat karo”
    – “Surprised the fake wannabe mullah brigade hasn’t commented to show how un-Islamic their dress is lol”
    – “so old pics”
    – “very nice picture. Even if you are in a refugee camp you have to have personal hygience. These are smart women, this is far more effecient if you did it barri barri.”
    – “The joo niklna assembly line”
    – “bohat ala !”
    – “ohhhhhhhh my god fantastic……………….”
    – “wow…sweet”
    – “nyc…”
    – “amazing”
    – “rofl :-D….typical ladies”
    – “nice”
    – “Today it is quite easy for us to say words like,
    Sweet, Wow etc. But just imagine the plight of those people who left their homes in search of the promised freedom. These ladies might have suffered more than their share while traveling towards Pakistan. Let us ask ourselves today, “Have we done enough to acknowledge their sacrifices”
    – “Khoklay comments say humari current generate ka caliber nazar aata hai. One will never see any other people making fun of or passing mindless/thoughtless comments on the struggles of their forefathers. Likhnay say pehlay sochna chahyay. The sufferings of these folks shouldnt be taken lightly. Had they not migrated, most of us would be getting a whipping in India right now as second class citizens subservient to a hostile majority.”
    – “very well said! Guess PK is far from doing justice to all the sacrifices of one the enormous mass movement history has seen (and underreported!)”
    – “amazing picture, shows how one can get familiar with those one hasn’t even know. Love is not based on feelings its based on needs. Thats what the picture says. thnx for sharing. No one can understand (until he sees) what life is in refugee camps. No one can understand( until faced) how half crazy people look and search for their loved ones in ruined cities. So if those of us dont have anything good to say, we should rather shut up .:)”
    – “amazing……….”

  4. sam says:

    its not some busy road side, where these women are sitting, its somewhere in their local community, and it has been and still is in rural cultures a common occurance. why so much fuss. i liked the photo for its details, but the discription regarding affluents having a public display of hygine etc. aren’t we getting a bit carried away.

    but very intersting and apt capture by F E Chaudhry

  5. Rafay Kashmiri says:

    @ Aisha,

    don’t you think you are exaggerating a bit !!

    the picture seems very natural and harmless rural
    daily routine, its female desire, useless to
    develop lice picking syndrome complexes,
    Pakistanis have already sufficient.