During 3 years I worked about the plight of ostracised Indian widows. This is the incredible story of social reformer Bindeshwar Pathak bringing happiness into the lives of Indian widows, a story from despair to hope. A book, Angels of Ghost Street, has been published by Edition Lammerhuber.

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A Widow Participates In A Bhajan Session
VRINDAVAN, INDIA - MARCH 30: Subhashini Haldar, 70, participates in a Bhajan session at Swadhar Mahila Ashray, Seetaram Sadan in Vrindavan in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, on March 30, 2013 in Mathura, India. She claps with the music played on traditional instruments being all engrossed in a devotional song. A Bhajan session essentially comprises devotional songs in the praise of Lord Krishna and His beloved wife Radha, who hold an august position in the Hindu religion, reading from the religious book and meditation. Subhashini has been living in Vrindavan for the past seven years. She renounced her family and home after the death of her husband.
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