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Girls in India Contend With Generation Gap

Friday, May 22, 2015

For girls in India, times are changing, pulling us in the opposite direction, often, from our parents' hopes and expectations. Here's a look at a few girls I know. Some are fighting tradition. Others are gracefully bending to the ways of their parents and grandparents.

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