Any marriage is a gamble. But isn't an arranged marriage, something most Indians find themselves going through, an even bigger one? How does it really work?
Self-care? What’s that? Working women, expected to take care of all household work as well, end up putting themselves last.
After finishing the discussion, both of them walked towards me. My mother-in-law looked at me and said, “You’ll have to abort the girls.”
#Poetry. A litany of interference in a woman's choice, a tightening of the stranglehold of patriarchy, almost imperceptibly taking over her individuality.
#Poetry. New age parents claim there is no difference between daughters and sons. Really? Even today, doesn't the trajectory of a girl's life follow tradition?
“Marriage does not mean a woman mortgages herself to her husband,” stated the apex court. It is time women's identity in a marriage was recognised.