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jatay3
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07:50:08 PM Jun 21st 2012
Aoda was a Zoroastrian. Would she have been required to commit suttee in a marriage to a Hindu?
Khathi
04:57:26 PM Feb 10th 2014
edited by 80.243.70.106
That's why I've added the now-deleted Artistic License - Religion. On the other hand, she was clearly forced into suttee — and this might've been exactly because of her faith. Still, it doesn't explain how Fogg expected a clearly Anglican vicar to marry a similarly Anglican himself and his Zoroastrian fiancee. ;)
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