Although one in every six women in the world live in India, most of the western world knows little about them. "Daughters of India" is a collection of the stories of twenty Indian women, ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, the repressed and the highly innovative, the outcast and the entrepreneur. Each story highlights the woman's creative expression as her means of empowerment. The author seeks to dispel Western myths about "repressed" Indian women and reveal their phenomenal fortitude and their determination to improve their lives and those of their children. From a woman preparing for her son's wedding to a leading female IT entrepreneur, from Hindu to Christian to Muslim, Huyler introduces his readers to the many female faces of India.
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