Perceptions of Modesty in a Changing Jaipur

Written by Anastasia White

Screen Shot 2017-09-27 at 1.22.22 pmJaipur is a city that exists on the precipice between old and new. Just one of the many ways this manifests is in the perceptions of how conservatively people, namely women and tourists, should dress. Anastasia White reports on how this differs greatly between generations.

About The Author
Anastasia White

Anastasia White is in her fourth year of a dual Bachelors of Journalism/Arts, majoring in International Relations. She will be visiting India in September and is excited to explore her passions for storytelling and learning about other cultures.

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