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Bayak, who the family said was around 20 when she died, was something of a feminist, leading birth control classes and encouraging women to stand up for themselves. Since then, he has insisted that his wife sleep in the main house during her period. Bayak died from smoke inhalation in hers as she tried to keep warm by a small fire in the bitter Himalayan winter. Bayak died and where women still pound grain with a seesaw-like plank. Though menstruating women of all ages sleep in the huts, chhaupadi seems to disproportionately kill the young. When it comes to meals, they are not allowed to cook, which several women said was actually a relief.
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Made of stone, it was no more than three feet tall. Bayak, who the family said was around 20 when she died, was something of a feminist, leading birth control classes and encouraging women to stand up for themselves. Child marriage is still high. Her remains were burned, her dresses given away. During the day, the menstruating women work in the fields like everyone else, though they make sure not to come in contact with other villagers. at night, they go to the huts.
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The sun was setting behind the mountains, a cool wind sweeping in. After she died, it was her guilt-ridden father-in-law who smashed apart the menstruation hut with his own hands. Bayak died from smoke inhalation in hers as she tried to keep warm by a small fire in the bitter Himalayan winter. A version of this article appears in print on , on Page A1 of the New York edition with the headline. A jackal skulked in and snatched the baby. They are also not supposed to touch livestock. if a calf or goat strays into their hut, they have to yell for someone else to shoo it out, out of fear the animal will get sick. We are trying to convince people that times are changing, but superstition is still strong.
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