Why does you think in old days women/girls are not allowed to be educated ,
as now it has become important for every girl to have a education.
they were in older times but with time system got corrupted...woman's chief role confided to staying within four boundaries unfortunately..but its heartening to see that now times are changing...people understand the importance of education ..
olden days ....family head did not gave chance to join to education center.... actually she did not have any freedom at that time.....in olden days prents done partiality between girls and boys...........
But nawy days parents equaly to see girls and boys...
in all case parents give equal chance to give son and daughter
so that now all girls are educated...........
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