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A self-absorbed alcoholic, Pinki’s father takes money from his family for booze and is always unemployed. He makes exigent demands for liquor, has violent fights with his wife and does not make the slightest effort to find a decent job.
Rinku, a mother of three, had to drop out of school after class VIII, as her family would not allow her to study further. A native of village ‘Chanau’ in Bihar, it is a common custom in her society,
Dipmala a 32 years old women artisan of Indha migrated to Bijwasan from Aligarh, UP in 2003 along with her husband. The family migrated in search of Job leaving behind the agriculture which was not yielding enough for survival of family.
Pinki the is the youngest child in the family and lost her father at the age of 9 years. Her 55 years old widow mother still has to earn her livelihood because Pinki’s 3 brothers no longer support the family
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Straight From The Horses Mouth
The ladies of the ring…. of responsibility
January 6th 2016
It’s not easy to come up with a blog which people will read and enjoy. I found that the doodle of ” from the horse’s mouth” would draw a comic curiosity & add a flavor to INDHA`s stories. It was almost ten odd years ago at our center at Village Daulatabad, while sitting with the women who were being trained on sewing & tailoring, I got into a dialogue with them readmore…