Your faith won't disappear if you appear for exam on one day without a head scarf or a purdah
When I leave, I am escorted by two or three into another house quite near, where there are one or two purdah
Yes, being prisoners of their tribal norms, they are sensitive that living in a camp could expose their women folks' purdah
The gist of her story is that she was not persuaded or convinced by any member of her family that she should observe purdah
on the basis of any religious dictates.
But, the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board said the meeting was against the rules of purdah
- despite similar hustings taking place at the centre in the past.
Some of the letters threatened that if purdah
was not observed in schools, then teachers and administrative heads will have to bear the consequences.
The Conservatives say it is convention that publicly funded services maintain impartiality during a period of purdah
- the period of time between the dissolution of Parliament and the General Election.
is the customary seclusion and segregation of women from stranger men and the world outside homes.
This was despite having two wives already, who lived in purdah
1930); and the Purdah
Club at Simla (likely established sometime in the 1920s or 1930s).
Tales from both exercises are testimony to the resourcefulness and resilience of large and small companies in these difficult times, and it's only the MX rules of purdah
that stop me from telling them all now.
Other topics include cultural relativism and female circumcision, cross-cultural comparison and aging, cultural imperialism and missionism, gender stratification and purdah
, inequality and same-sex marriage, and popular culture and the media.
By the way, while we languish in purdah
does this mean that we can stop cutting cheques for the ACC and other international confabs?
The Indian word purdah
refers to a screen used to separate men and women.
There has been concern that family welfare assistants visiting women at home would reinforce female dependency, seclusion and purdah
, preventing improvements in women's status that might otherwise have occurred.