The Indians choosing not to have children


“I’m not good with children. I don’t know what to say to them after five minutes.”

In India’s largely family-oriented society, having children is the norm.

But most Indians are having fewer children now and a growing number are choosing to never become parents.

The BBC’s Nikita Mandhani spoke to some Indians, who have decided to remain child-free, to understand their reasoning and the society’s perception of their choice.



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