Married at ten, widowed at eighteen, left with two children, Sivakami must wear widow's whites, shave her head, and touch no one. She is not allowed to remarry, and in the next sixty years she ventures outside her family compound only thrice. Spanning the lifetime of one woman (1896-1962), this book takes us into an Indian Brahmin's household.
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