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She was married off to a man in the village of Gohana and never had the time or resources to make the long journey back home ever again. She was just 20 at the time. Her husband died 30 years ago. Even the middleman who brought her to Mewat is dead. I used to love wearing saris — so many different colours. ThePrint travelled across Haryana, meeting brides, khap panchayat members, politicians and NGO workers to uncover the truth about the bride-buying problem.
These stats on gender inequality will surprise you. Such marriages are borne from necessity on both sides — men need a wife in the house to further their male lineage, manage domestic chores and bear the brunt of agricultural labour, while the women belong to extremely poor households back in their native states, so the absence of any dowry expectation makes these weddings easier on their families.
Haryana, the land of Jats, josh and jameen , has been riddled with a shortage of women for decades now. Deeply entrenched patriarchal traditions ensured that families favoured the birth of the male child, leading to female foeticide and infanticide.
Improvements in reproductive technology in the form of ultrasounds and prenatal healthcare inadvertently fuelled the problem, aiding sex-selective abortions. According to the census , the sex ratio in Haryana was women for every 1, men, which was far below the national average of This meant that generations of boys grew up in largely male households, finding no women in their villages to marry.
In this vacuum of courtship, the exploitatively enterprising reality found an opportunity. Sushila was brought here from Bhagalpur in Bihar when she was She has had four daughters so far and is still keen to try again for a son.