Inspired by Violence by Dipali Taneja

Eina Ahluwalia grew up in a secure home with loving parents, who always treated her and her younger sibling with respect, from earliest childhood. The world outside the home, however, is not very respectful to young girls and women, and Eina found her blood boiling when walking down the street could mean a man brushing past her, or eyeing her breasts, or just touching her when/where he could.  However, this rage had to find expression, and it did so in an unusual medium: the medium of jewellery.

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