Amita’s parents spend a lot of money in her marriage and dowry. After marriage, all the family members shown a lot of affection towards her but aftersome, Amita saw their real picture .
One person had three daughters – unmarried till the date of his retirement. He sought advice from his friend,his friend advised not to approach dowry seekers
Rina’s father did every possible thing to get her married in a good family. He sold his land and gave away all his savings for the sake of his daughter’s happiness, but is she really happy??
The first poem signifies the haunt of dowry in our society. The second poem tells about the old traditions and rituals which grabs the women of the society. The third poem signifies the different shades of life.
A poor father reflects upon his four daughters while sitting in a metro and realizes that he has a mighty task upon hand to marry them off.
Dowry is considered as a gift for the daughters across India. In India marriages are done according to their’s assets capability. In this story a beggar pays his asset as a dowry for his daughter
Past is that annoying good friend whom you can strangulate, bury under ground and stand on its grave looking up at your future but you cannot kill it. When you try to walk away, it’ll stick its stiff hands out to grab your feet, anchoring you into a fall.
Hindi social story depicts about Shyama Prasad and his decision when he realises that her daughter’s fiance and his family is more attrated towards money.
The author explains how a man runs after searching a son – in – law of high status on giving huge dowry and at last repents. He opines we should boycott it.
An article on social issue of gender discrimination. In our society, girls are expected to behave properly, get married as per their parent’s wish and be happy, where as there is no such rules for the boys.