A Hindu girl in India has asserted her rights to choose her husband though she had been married at the age of three repeat three as Muslim girls are still subject to medieval ways. Such example by a Hindu woman is not an aberration. Reporting for the Washington Post, John Lancaster writes that like many women in parts of India, Savita Chaudhry was a child bride, married at the age of 3 to a boy two years her senior, then sent home to grow up. In keeping with the customs of their agrarian caste, the two were expected to move in together after reaching adulthood. No one anticipated that Chaudhry, 22, would decide to challenge the system.