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Wit over White

A heart-warming story of my grand-parents from the 1930s

Photo by Christian Bowen on Unsplash

The recent uproar about fair and coloured skin reminded me of a story of the 1930s that my grandmother had told me.

In the olden days in India, with the system of arranged marriages, the bride and the groom generally did not meet each other before the wedding. The relatives and friends of the families would decide…




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Shachee Swadia

Shachee Swadia

Visualizer. Writer. Coder. Hopeful humanist. Hopeless optimist. Happy soul.

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