Housewife Ankita Gehlot's story is one that many a woman knows and lives.“My husband is a bank manager and he travels a lot.
Boredom and sexual frustration, compounded by husbands who are chained to the work desk or are constantly travelling, appear to be the motivating factors. Twenty-six-year-old professional escort Raj Sharma caters to desperate housewives.
“But that doesn't mean we shouldn't have a sex life,” she says.
“I don't know about him, but I still want to have a rocking sex life.” So when her husband is away, she calls her neighbour over. “We have a mutual understanding, and he enjoys it.” It wouldn't be surprising if the husband is aware of his wife's philandering ways, but no one wants to upset the status quo.
Our’s is a story of courage and determination – but more than that it is a history of how our community weathered the winds of change and metamorphosed from the quiet agrarians of Thatta into a merchant community on the international map.
As part of the Rajput Battle-camps, the Bhatias (or Bhattis as they were then known) were the providers and administrators of the Rajput army.