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Grandmother’s Diamonds Are For Ever. (Part Two)

You must have learnt from the previous story, about Rati’s Ammama. Married at nine and widowed at twenty-one. Even in these modern times, being a widow, holds a subtle indignity and disgrace. During Ammama’s times, it was  terrible to be … Continue reading

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A Friend Indeed.

  Some real life stories are stranger than fiction. Sometimes you should never question why some things happen in your life because you can never get an answer to that. I grew up in a middle class family in Ramnad in … Continue reading

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Newly Married Indian-Voice Your Love

Searching for groom is a daunting task for a girl’s parents. But when the ‘boy’ and ‘girl’  fall in love, without setting eyes on each other, it is a weight off their shoulders. Sheila shares her ‘bride-viewing’  story with us. … Continue reading

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