In the moon she saw Asha – her Asha. She only begged for Asha’s forgiveness. In some sort of rebirth, Asha gave her an opportunity of atonement.
“Maybe I can do something?” she thought as an idea took shape. She scampered off to school as fast as she could.
Along with the fees hike, there are other questions from the perspective of women students which need answers in the context of JNU impasse situation.
Tell me Gupta ji, when you reject and discard all the myriad forms of Laxmi that I bring you, why do you do this Laxmi Pooja every year? And humiliate me, and them, year after year, day after day?"
The Indian girl child. Brought up to 'fit in' with society's expectations of how she should behave, what she should do, and what she shouldn't. But if she rebels?
What would the life of the daughters or sisters, or any other girls in the families of your domestic help be if they had better opportunities? Let's find out by talking to 4 gutsy girls who did it.
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