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    Women belongs to a kitchen nowadays seems orthodox thought. Now even a man does kitchen chores. Generally women argue that even a man should take up equal responsibility so just banking on this proportion would not be the correct way to communicate. ‘Spacious kitchen’ can be the better USP. Today’s women want to move out of kitchen and achieve there own dreams, they believe to be self reliant and when they do kitchen chores they want cooking should be easy I mean they want it should have all the utensils and everything should in its place, I mean neat and good looking kitchen.

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    The traditional saying that a woman belongs in the kitchen seems to have become an orthodox thought nowadays. It has become a common for even a male/man to do kitchen chores.

    Women argue that the men should take up equal responsibility in doing the household chores and just stating this fact is not enough.

    "Spacious kitchen" is the USP today!! The present day women want to move out of kitchen and achieve their own dreams: they are self-sufficient and self-reliant. As such, when they believe that the kitchen chores such as cooking, cleaning utensils/washing dishes should be done at the shortest time and in the simplest way. They also want the things in the kitchen to be in its proper places. In short, they want a kitchen which is orderly and good-looking and which provides a good ambience.

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