A Song about Women in Forced Prostitution

written by Jayamma Bandari, President of CMM

 "These are those women victims"
Who were...


Deceived by few in the society for their pleasure.

Victims entertained them for their lust and pleasure.

Many times with violence and gang rape

All just for their family sustenance,

To ensure that their children should not become like them

Especially their girl child


The flowers with their emanating fragrance do not know for themselves

What they are giving off to the society

The fragrance is enjoyed and due course crushed down under their feet

The women are like flowers emanating eternal fragrance to the society

Now manmade adulteration with aligning the HIV virus

The lust and pleasure continues spreading adulterated fragrance

Resulting to discrimination, stigmatizing and making them 

The only carrier of HIV


This complex society with HIV/AIDS 


Journeying in the wilderness not knowing the destiny

A major challenge for all of us today is how

we bring back the natural fragrance

How can we strive to make this planet earth an eternal natural abode

Let's all make the sun rise and set a reality

and enable lead a simple normal life

Dear Friends,


we would be honoured by every penny of your contributions that shall directly impact a girl who is in a vulnerable situation dreaming of a safe future or a family in distress to come out to lead a better life...

Would you be willing to contribute and join hands with us to make her or a family dream come true ..do consider contacting us @ cmmhyd@gmail.com or Call us .. Thanking You in Advance!!




CMM Team.


CMM-President Ms. Bandari Jayamma receives CII Woman Exemplar Award 2017 by the hands of Shri. Pranab Mukherjee, Hon'ble President of India on April 27, 2017 at ITC Maurya, New Delhi

Chaithanya Happy Home Children activity being telecasted by Vanitha TV on May 18th, 2015

Ms. Bandari Jayamma, President of CMM, has been interviewed by TV5 News Channel, telecasted on December 21st, 2016

Testimony from a Beneficiary


Last update:

Sep. 20. 2021


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