Many types of traditions have taken their place in Indian society, some of which are disputed and some are heard with applause. Today, the tradition we are going to talk about is related to the bride who came home after getting married. The new bride is welcomed at home with great pomp and show her face. But there is also a ritual which is enough to shame and stigma in the name of the ritual. So let’s know which are the rituals associated with the new bride.
In our own country, how much life is done to daughters-in-law in the name of traditions is not an issue elsewhere but is the condition of Delhi, capital of India. In this area of Delhi, only daughters and daughters-in-law of the house are pushed into the business of prostitution.
There is a community in Premnagar township located in Nafajgarh, Delhi, which in the name of tradition pushes the daughters-in-law of their own house into the business of prostitution. It is known as ‘Parna community’. Girls are married here at the age of 12 to 15 years. After that, these girls have to form relationships with non-men as well as taking care of the housework.
At night, these girls do all the household work and go out for Jismaphoroshi. Where she returns to her home after satisfying other men. Not only this, if a girl refuses to do it, then she is tortured, ie, marriage of girls is not done in this community. After marriage, her in-laws deal with her honor.