Superstitions & Modern India

In a thought-provoking letter, 12-year-old Aradhita Ganguly expresses her frustration with age-old superstitions surrounding menstruation. Defying her grandmother’s rules, she seeks logical explanations behind them, only to be told that blindly following them is expected. Aradhita questions the origins of these beliefs and calls for a progressive mindset, emphasizing that while children strive to break free from such superstitions, it’s equally important for elders to let go and embrace a modern India. Her letter raises important questions about cultural practices and the need for open-mindedness.

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