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As a child in rural Bangladesh, Orola Dalbot, 30, liked growing up around her mother's second husband, Noten. "I hoped I'd find a husband like him." When she hit puberty, however, Orola learned the truth she least expected: She was already Noten's wife.
Orola and Mittamoni jointly own a few acres of land, from which they make a modest living cultivating pineapples and bananas.
The three-way marital arrangement grew tense when Noten began sleeping with Orola when she was 15.
I wanted a husband of my own." The situation was doubly unjust in Orola's eyes because ethnic Mandi women usually choose their own partners.
The tribe's matrilineal structure means that women are the heads of household, and all property is passed down the female line.
These include the rare custom of "groom kidnapping," in which Mandi women abduct potential husbands.
Yet, while there are no official figures, one local leader claims there are "numerous" families who still follow the mother-daughter custom.
The nearest town consists of a single row of ramshackle stalls selling cooking oil and candles.
So the custom evolved that a widow would offer one of her daughters as a second bride to take over her duties—including sex—when the daughter came of age. She wasn't ready to be single," says Orola, swathed in a vibrant blue pashmina.