"Sindoor" Does not define a Marriage

"Sindoor" Does not define a Marriage

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Shalini Mohan started this petition to Guahati High Court and

Does wearing or not wearing something defines a marriage? And if yes, then why that visible symbol is only valid for a woman? And is it that important a factor that it can be basis of breaking a marriage? 

Recently Guahati High Court has granted divorce to a man because his wife refused to wear "sindoor". What world are we living in? This is not 18th century! In today's time can we really decide the sanctity of the marriage based on what a women wears? Does wearing a "mangasutra" and "Sindoor' makes a woman more loyal than the ones who choose not to wear it? 

There might be some other reasons as well because of which this divorce might have been granted, but the only propagating reason in the Media is that since the wife refused to wear sindoor, our Honourable Judiciary decided to grant divorce to the man on this ground. 

We can't accept this reason as we women are not puppets. We can't have our daughters on the mercy of such men to decide on their future. We need to set an example so that all women can have their freedom of choice. 

Please sign the petition to ensure that this decision is changed by our Honourable Judiciary and sets an example for future judgements. 

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