Vinapani does not remember what is to be woman, if someday got it to be. Their parents, according to the Hindu traditions more conservatives, decided their wedding when she was hardly a girl and at the age of 13 years it was widow. Since then he remains in duel, turned into a curse.
Its fault, by which the rest of its life will pay, is to have survived its husband. Now it is 75 years old and it arrived at Vrindavan does 15, left by his family one entrusts the blue God leather, Krishna, and lives on alms that beg to doors of the hundreds of temples that excel among the narrow and labernticas side streets of the city.
It is one of more than 20,000 women widows who live in Vrindavan, the place where the wicked Krishna passed its childhood. For that reason for many branches of Hinduism, including the Hare Krishna, are a sacred city.
It is thought that who die in Vrindavan they are lead to moksa, the liberation of the eternal cycle of reincarnation, samsara, reason why it is a center of peregrination for believers and santones.
And it is here where the widows, marginalized and repudiated by the society, find a place while they wait for his death. Some choose to meet in some of different ashrams, by their songs gain some rupees there and some Indians of middle-class, to content the God, take to something of food or some currencies.