In the general public, a woman was constantly required to be secured by a male individual from the family. As a rule that duty had lapsed on the father before marriage, on the spouse after marriage and on the child after the husband's death.
In any case, since circumstances of crisis could generally emerge, an arrangement must be made for her living. Sridhara was a significant method of accomplishing it. Truly, stridhana implies the riches given to the women turns into her property with her full rights over it.
The cash and other belongings were given to her by her father, mother, siblings or family members before her marriage and by her better half and others during or after marriage comprised of stridhana. It could incorporate resolute property moreover. During her lifetime, nobody else, not in any case her significant other, had any privilege or command over it. With her assent, it could be utilized to benefit the family during crises. There were rules with respect to the appropriation or removal of her stridhana after her death. As a rule, it was to be given to the unmarried girls. If the spouse took it and passed on before clearing it, it was the obligation of the children to clear that obligation.
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