The daughter is safe in the shadow of her father. This is a pure relationship in which the father is concerned with the happiness of his daughter. At the same time, the daughter increases her father’s honour and respect. However, there are some places in the world where the sanctity of this relationship has been violated. There are many strange and bad practices in the world, and this is one of them. The reason for this practice is even more shameful.
Bangladesh is the home of this strange custom. Girls in the Mandi tribe are married to their father. That is, only the father marries the daughter. The mother’s husband marries the daughter. This community resides in the Madhopur forest in Bangladesh’s southeast. This custom has existed for centuries. Daughters are powerless to stop this heinous practice. The woman says in a news article published on a website, ‘We have to do some things for our loved ones.’ Because we need to protect our property. The marriage of a daughter to her father is arranged under certain conditions.
Daughters want to be free of the evil practice
Many young women want to escape this heinous practice. This is having a negative impact on his life. But, even if she wanted to, she is powerless. At the same time, a report appeared on the English website The Guardian some time ago. According to the report, 30-year-old Orola stated that her father died when she was very young. Noten, the mother’s second marriage, had ended in divorce. He was fond of his other father. She discovered when she was young that her second father was her husband. When she was three years old, he married her. She was taken aback. But she was powerless to intervene.
A widow is married to another man
Women who are widowed at a young age are forced to marry another younger man in this practice. When that woman has a daughter, she is also married to the same man, her father. It is expected that the younger husband will be content as the new wife and father of her daughter, and that he will be able to protect her for a long time. Even in the twenty-first century, the Mandi tribe continues to practice this custom.