"You are not alone" a series of FindingTheVoices dedicated to Tailin Lyngdoh from Meghalaya.
Nivedita Barthakur "If a shalwar or a saree is allowed,Jainsem should also be allowed."
A governess from Meghalaya was allegedly shunted out of Delhi Golf Club for "looking like a maid". Tailin Lyngdoh, who was wearing a Jainsem, a dress worn by the indigenous Khasi women in her state, was told by club officials that she needed to vacate the place as maids are not allowed. The staff commented that she looked like a maid, she looked like a Nepali.
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