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Women played a substantial role in Asia and Europe The roles differed from country to country A lot of women had a very low status compared to men while others had equal rights Some of the rights that they did not get to have were not being able to vote having no freedom and not being able to get jobs Although these rights may seem very minor they changed the way women felt about themselves and their societies The way women are treated can influence their cultures societies and their self esteems In India during the Mughal rule women faced some equality Women from high class families had greater titles than that of the lower class They also received payments for jobs as well as being able to own land and interact with businesses These higher women also received an education and were very expressive in art and literature Some sources of the Mughals income was spinning thread which all classes were able to do They would make blankets or clothing and sell it to local villages They sold a lot of cloths to other countries Arabia East Africa Egypt and Europe However women also had restrictions on what they can and cannot due The Muslims felt that women shouldnt be able to associate with men outside of their homes to protect them from Hindus in higher positions Sati child marriage was also practice in India Women also had to do what there husbands told them to do Overall women in India were treated equally in some respects Some were able to get an education and make wages to support families while the low class was more protective by husbands and laws In India Muslim religion played a strict role on women They told them what to wear and what to do I feel that today it has changed moderately There religion still makes women obey laws such as clothing and the roles
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