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Irdabama And The Women From Another World

A “once upon a time” land where women had equal pay, equal rights and equal status

An image of how Irdabama may have appeared — Image Source

You wake up and find yourself in a strange and unusual place. You look around the room and see beautiful arches, reliefs and intricate pieces of artwork on the wall. The bed feels soft, and as you move the fine silks away and set your feet down on a rug…




If history was a Hollywood movie, the editing room floor would be littered with the stories of women clipped to make room for men’s stories. We are here to tell those stories.

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Sajjad Choudhury

Sajjad Choudhury

Product Operations Manager @ Onfido | Writer on History, Personal Development and Tech | Find and connect with me here https://linktr.ee/saj_chy

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