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Woman: A Fairy in Disguise

Updated: May 27

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This contribution is edited by Sreekar Ayyagari & photographed by Prabhath Narapareddy.



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A woman is revered as a Goddess in ancient times. But in recent times is she still a Goddess? Is she seen as an epitome to represent a nation? Is she still considered as a nation’s pride? Not anymore. Rather than perceive her as a harbinger of happiness, she is seen as an albatross in the whole world. Her life has become worse than purgatory. The beleaguered women have no ray of hope or no reason for happiness. This is an occurrence in Bihar where many female babies are killed after birth. There was a woman who always dreamt of a baby girl when she was pregnant. Later she dreamt of the baby saying that she doesn’t want to come out into this merciless world. She doesn’t want to become a burden to her family and she doesn’t want to be killed as soon as she comes into this brutal world. She didn’t want her baby to suffer, so she hanged herself the next day.

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