Author: Wasbir Hussain
Publisher: Indialog Publications
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8187981865
They are women of steel, women who have seen terror in its most violent forms. Bombs, bullets or even lowly machetes have shattered their lives. Homemakers without the Men: Assam’s Widows of Violence is a real-life narrative of widows of violence in northeastern India’s Assam state who have lost their bread-winning partners to insurgency or ethnic strife.
Wasbir Hussain brings out the pathos, trauma, struggle and challenges of these remarkable women who continue to live life and bring up their children, surmounting heavy odds.
ASSAM’S LITTLE WARS: AN INTRODUCTION
The Black 1996 Morning that Changed Tillottama’s Life
Survivors of Terror: Pariahs in society?
How Lakshi Hembrom Lost Her Power To Think
Life’s Cruel Joke on Kamrun Nissa
Family Ties Cost Bharati Dear
How Hemoprova was Driven to the Brink
Bhanumati and Raktima: Their Kids’ Mom, Dad too
The Loss of their Husbands Turned Them into Women of Steel
Travails of a Police Officer’s Wife
The Secret Killers Who Widowed Bharati
Why Tribeni Doesn’t Like Politicians Anymore
Even a Rebel Chieftain’s Mother Weeps