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Breaking age-old tradition, Vrindavan widows publicly tie Rakhi to pundits, Sanskrit scholars

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 In a bold move to break the age-old traditions, hundreds of widows of Vrindavan and liberated manual scavenger women considered "untouchables" publicly tied Rakhi to 50 upper caste pundits and Sanskrit scholars at the century-old Gopinath Temple in Vrindavan on Wednesday. (Naresh Sharma/Firstpost)

In a bold move to break the age-old traditions, hundreds of widows of Vrindavan and liberated manual scavenger women considered "untouchables" publicly tied Rakhi to 50 upper caste pundits and Sanskrit scholars at the century-old Gopinath Temple in Vrindavan on Wednesday. (Naresh Sharma/Firstpost)

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