The plight of Indian widows
Hindi news channel, India Today, reports on the disinterested Government's welfare provided for Indian widows. The bodies of widows who die in government-run shelter homes in Vrindavan are taken away by sweepers at night, cut into pieces, put into jute bags and dumped...
Did You Know that the movie 'Water' about the lives of widows (during colonial times) was banned in India Water (2005 film) - Wikipedia
Widows and the state they're in There are more than 40 million widows in India and for the majority of them, life is what some have described as a "living sati", a reference to the now outlawed practice of widow burning.  [media:audio]   My mother became a widow at the age of 37. Soon after, she packed up her children and her belongings and left India for a job in Australia. 40 years later, her family still hasn't really recovered from losing us, and I think she's never stopped feeling guilty for leaving them.
corruption and prostitution Widows in India have a pronoun problem. The estimated 40 million women widows in the country go from being called “she” to “it” when they lose their husbands. They become “de-sexed” creatures.
For some, widowhood begins from childhood Widowed children

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