Her discovery that the births of girls in her own family are not celebrated in the same way that boys are, that girls are thereafter considered a burden, and that many other baby girls are abandoned at the local orphanage simply because of their sex is poignant and revealing about the value placed on Indian women’s lives: apparently very little. An admirable, if at times slightly simplistic, examination of a gross inequality and its often fatal consequences.
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