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“kya hai yeh Pinkython?”

“kya hai yeh Pinkython?”

Several women wondered. More than a month before 16th December, our community leaders began talking to women about participating in Pinkathon. “kya karna hai? Wahan jaake bhagna hi toh hai” (What do we have to do? Just go there and run) Many women said, “Kaise jayenge itni subah? Kya pehenke jayenge? Lower pehenke ghar se kaise niklenge? (How will we leave so early? What do we have to wear? How can we wear lower (pants) and leave the house) With such questions on their mind, women began gearing up for Pinkathon. Meetings were conducted in the community, 10 buses were arranged for travel and women decided to stay up all night in each other’s homes, singing, talking and making merry. Some women went jogging every morning, before the main event. Slowly, the pace began to pick up and a buzz was created in the community.

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