In India, Choosing a Hairstyle is an Act of Social Revolt
Sharmistha Ray
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I’m not sure what i feel about your article. It certainly evoked a multitude of emotions within me through the read. More importantly, it was interesting enough and good read as i did read through the whole of it. But what i fail to understand is your hand picking on India and Indians. From your article i can sense that you are well learned (more than the rest of commoners), but yet not once did you mention how most societies (if not every), have their personal definitions and descriptions of beauty. It is also never absolute. It changes over the ages. Your article, seems to me, a mere reaction to the frustration with being judged over your looks.

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