“No woman has free will. Her life is divided into three parts: as a child, a wife and mother, and finally, a widow. At every stage, she serves male relatives. The father arranges his daughter’s marriage. The bride goes to her husband’s house where the entire household awaits the birth of her son. If her husband dies, the family blames the widow for his death. She becomes a figure of disdain and rejection.”
Rama noticed the pensive faces of her audience.
“The most pitiful figures are child widows.
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