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Issue No : 84


 
  Letters to Manushi

Poem : An Ode and a Palinode
P. Raja

Co-ownership Rights for Wives
– A Solution Worse than the Problem
Madhu Kishwar

Poem : Tears in God's Eyes
Santosh Khanna

Poem : Tomorrow, the Goddess
K. G. Kumar

Nur Jahan
– A Woman's Power in a Mughal Court
Ellison Banks Findly

From Mothers to Daughters
– Matrilineal Families in Kerala
Leela Damodar Menon

Sons vs. Daughters
– Property Laws Against Women
Deepa Agarwal

Short Story: The Loving Son
T. Janakiraman

Film Reviews: Bandit Queen; The Women Betrayed
Madhu Kishwar; J. P. Das

Book Review: May You Be the Mother of a Hundred Sons
Veena T. Oldenburg

Discussion Cont'd : Love and Marriage
   
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