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A Whores Narauli century line drawing from Kashmir clearly depicts a woman Whores Narauli paddy along with a man. Academic journal article South Asian Studies.
Almost every traveler commented on the daily life of women in India.
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Even for water she had to walk miles.
They are not identified as labor class who could bear the hard ships of this labor class.
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