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Poor Marginalised Hindu Women in Pakistan

Published on 1 December 2020

The role of women is vital in the development of family, community, and society. Hindu women in Pakistan are facing multiple obstacles in their daily life. This study analyses the attitudes towards poor Hindu women living in Karachi the capital of Sindh province, many of whom do manual labour as members of the lower class es. This study not only analyses the reli gious discrimination experienced by these women, through their own words, but also looks at how this intersects with gender discrimination and economic exclusion.

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Rana Maheshwary. S. (2020) Poor Marginalised Hindu Women in Pakistan, CREID Intersections Series, Coalition for Religious Equality and Inclusive Development, Brighton: Institute of Development Studies

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doi
10.19088/CREID.2020.006
language
English

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Pakistan

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