Indian culture has always placed 'godesses' on a high pedestal. The Indian woman or the goddess is a symbol of purity and strength. The reality in our country, sadly, is the contrary. The plight of women in general has been steadily deteriorating in our country over the last decade or so. However, one section of women are especially persecuted by the misguided values of our patriarchal society - widows. A group of artists undertook a self-financed photography project where they aimed to tackle the startling gender inequality that still exists in civilized society. The project focuses on the widows living in Vrindavan. Rakhi Biswas, a senior fashion stylist, Sharmistha Dutta, freelance documentary photographer and Dev J Haldar, who's the Programming Director of a popular Bollywood radio station are three artists who have invested heavily into this project. The project has two parts. One which depicts Goddess Durga as a common woman and the other focusing on widows.