1. Statements: Any young man, who makes dowry as a condition for marriage, discredits himself and dishonours womanhood. Conclusions: Those who take dowry in marriage should be condemned by society. Those who do not take dowry in marriage respect womanhood.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.31 am
    Clearly, the statement declares dowry as an evil practice and reflects its demerits. Thus, conclusion I follows. Also, it is given that those who take dowry dishonour womanhood. This implies that those who do not take dowry respect womanhood. So, II also follows.
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