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Friday, 24 May 2024 11.52 AM IST

"Sabari never asked me to make tea or coffee; This was his reaction when I once did it"

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After marriage, some people believe that it is the duty of women to do everything from making tea to washing underwear for their husbands. Even though times have changed, such old habits still continue in many places. Meanwhile, Vizhinjam Harbor's MD, Divya S Iyer, has revealed that even after seven years of marriage, her husband has not asked her to make tea or coffee. The message is that no woman should be confined within four walls, she shared.

"It is very rare that my husband and I enter the house at the same time. One day last week, we both reached the house almost simultaneously. I took the tea and handed it to him. There is a sister in the house to look after the baby. Suddenly, Sabari said, 'Rashmi, come here, see this, see this.' 'What is there to see here?' I thought.

He said, 'No, this sight can only be seen once a year. So if you want, see it now.' At that moment, we all burst out laughing. I am not someone who has much daily contact with the kitchen. And when I thought about it later, during all that time inside, not once did he tell me to make him coffee or tea. It has been seven years since the wedding. A husband without any demands or expectations. Even so, he felt like making such a joke," Divya said.

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