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Devadasi is a woman who is considered given in marriage to God. These women dedicated to God once held high social status and were well respected. But now they are nothing more than sex slaves. Imagine women having control over their bodies and sexuality.
As in, getting to choose their partners yes, in the plural sense, not a single partner for eternity and beyond , and more importantly, having the choice to decide if one wants a partner or not in the first place. Add economic independence to the mix, and you have the Devadasis of medieval India. Nevertheless, they were free to choose partners, from among married and unmarried men alike.
These relationships could be long and stable, or just for a short period of time. But in no way were these women economically dependent on their partners.
They learned music and dance, and as many as 64 types of arts. They would dance and sing in temples or in front of royalty and earn gold and land as a reward. Some chose to dedicate themselves only to God and stayed without a partner all through their life. The tradition of Devadasi culture can be traced back to as early as the 7 th century, particularly in southern parts of India during the reigns of the Cholas, Chelas, and Pandyas.
They were well treated and respected, and held a high social status in the society. It was common for them to be invited to be present at or initiate sacred religious rituals. As long as the temples and empires flourished, so did they. At present, Devadasis are nothing more than sex slaves or child prostitutes who are dedicated to temples when they are as young as four or five years old. Almost all of them are Dalits, with a majority belonging to the Madiga and Valmiki castes, two of the most underprivileged castes in India.