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Others | Aug 17, 2006

Will the great Indian family become a myth or an extinct entity? The Indian family system has upheld Indian culture. But now, the value system has changed and with it the structure and nature of the family too.
The book ‘The Great Indian Families: New Roles, Old responsibilities’ by Gitanjali Prasad dwells upon these
emerging new roles and responsibilities of the middle-class Indian family.
Rohini Nilekani released the book and said that she found the book very insightful.

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