Reviews For Princess
Reviewer: GinnyPotter95
Date: 09/08/12 22:43
Chapter: Sanchita Mahajan

My guess is that Sanchita married Raghav Patil and changed the babies surnames, right?
I hate male domination!
I mean, women are proven to be more intelligent then men.
My family in India, I know do not believe in male domination because on my mum's side, I only have female cousins(my grandparent only have one grandson, my big brother.)
Anyway, I loved your fic!
~Nidhi

Author's Response: Yes, yes, that's quite right. She married Raghav Patil and changed the surnames of her babies. Women and men are equal and I think male dominance is ridiculous too. Unfortunately, it is very prevalent in Indian society. My family is not male dominated either but sadly enough there are really a lot of families that still are that way. Thank you so much, Nidhi! *huggles*

Reviewer: Dad
Date: 09/08/12 9:37
Chapter: Sanchita Mahajan

I was not sure if this story was on the right site till I got to the end. Nice twist. well done.

Author's Response: Haha, oh, thank you! I'm so glad you liked the twist! Thank you very much for the valuable review!

Reviewer: PeppermintToads
Date: 09/08/12 4:06
Chapter: Sanchita Mahajan

Awww! I recognized the name Patil, but I didn't even think about Parvati and Padma until later! I loveloveloveloveLOVED this. Fatastic job!

Author's Response: Why, thank you, Julie! I'm so glad that you liked this so much! Ah, yes, I was hoping people wouldn't guess Sanchita was Parvati and Padma's mother until the end. :D Thank you! *huggles*

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