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Together, we are creating a community where legal awareness and social empowerment go hand in hand. Nobody walks alone - we unite to demystify the law, offering accessible legal insights in every step of your way.

Empowering Women: Knowledge, Justice, Freedom

Empowering Women: Knowledge, Justice
Freedom

Welcome to Together Thrive Foundation- We are your guiding light in pursuing justice, offering comprehensive information and resources to raise awareness about the legal rights and laws for women In India facing issues like forced marriage, dowry harassment, and more.

Raising Awareness About the Laws for Women In India

At our core, we champion the cause of women's rights, aiming to dismantle the barriers that impede their freedom and equality. Our mission is to empower Indian women with knowledge. We firmly believe that awareness is the initial stride toward achieving justice. By delivering precise, easily understandable, and current information, we empower women to comprehend their legal rights, enabling them to make well-informed choices and resist injustice effectively.

Understanding Your Rights

Sailing through the complex legal landscape can be overwhelming. We simplify the legal jargon and provide clear, concise explanations of the rights bestowed upon women. Whether you face threats of forced marriage, enduring mental harassment from your spouse, or grappling with dowry-related issues, we equip you with the knowledge to protect yourself. Our articles, guides, and resources cover many topics, ensuring you have the information you need at your fingertips regarding the laws protecting women, so you need not worry. 

Forced Marriage: Breaking the Chains

Forced marriage is a grave infringement of human rights, stripping women of their autonomy and dignity. We shed light on the laws surrounding forced marriage, outlining legal remedies and support systems available to victims. We aim to empower women to escape such situations, providing them the tools to reclaim their lives and build a future free from coercion.

Dowry Harassment: Standing Strong

Dowry harassment continues to plague societies, subjecting women to emotional and physical trauma. Together Thrive Foundation delves deep into the legal nuances of dowry-related laws, educating women on their rights and avenues for seeking justice. By understanding the legal frameworks, women can confront dowry harassment with confidence, ensuring that those responsible are held accountable for their actions.

Mental Harassment by Spouse: Silence No More

motional abuse is as hurting as physical abuse, leaving scars that may not be visible but are equally painful. We provide insights into the legal provisions safeguarding women from mental harassment within marriage. Our initiative to educate women about the mental harassment law in India empowers women to recognize abuse, take legal action, and break free from toxic relationships, fostering a future of emotional well-being and self-assurance.

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Know your rights

Do you feel discriminated against at your workplace on the basis of your gender?

Do you feel discriminated against at your workplace on the basis of your gender?

Do you feel discriminated against at your workplace on the basis of your gender?

In India, gender discrimination in the workplace is illegal. This statute guarantees gender-neutral opportunities and treatment.

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Are you being forced to marry against your will by your own family?

Are you being forced to marry against your will by your own family?

Are you being forced to marry against your will by your own family?

The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 (PWDVA) safeguards Indian women from family-forced marriage.

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Are you blackmailed with your private information online or are being harassed online?

Are you blackmailed with your private information online or are being harassed online?

Are you blackmailed with your private information online or are being harassed online?

India protects women from internet abuse, cybercrime, and blackmail. Indian Penal Code (IPC) Section 354D addresses "stalking" and "cyberstalking."

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Are you being stalked and frightened about it?

Are you being stalked and frightened about it?

Are you being stalked and frightened about it?

India's stalking law protects women against harassment. Stalking involves following, contacting, or monitoring someone without their knowledge, causing fear or emotional distress.

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Is your husband denying alimony and you can’t support yourself?

Is your husband denying alimony and you can’t support yourself?

Is your husband denying alimony and you can’t support yourself?

Alimony, or financial support from the husband after divorce, is protected in India. This law protects women financially. Section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) addresses this topic.

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Are you a woman in India seeking legal help, but can't afford it?

Are you a woman in India seeking legal help, but can't afford it?

Are you a woman in India seeking legal help, but can't afford it?

Are you a woman in India seeking legal help, but can't afford it? Don’t worry, you are entitled to FREE LEGAL AID! The Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 provides legal aid to various sections of society including women.

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How to file an FIR against husband and his family for dowry and cruelty?

How to file an FIR against husband and his family for dowry and cruelty?

How to file an FIR against husband and his family for dowry and cruelty?

If you're facing cruelty, dowry demands, and harassment from your husband and his family, and looking to register a First Information Report (FIR) against them, and are not sure about the process. You may refer this step-by-step process to secure the FIR registration.

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What if your husband is not obeying court orders?

What if your husband is not obeying court orders?

What if your husband is not obeying court orders?

Are you facing a challenging situation where your husband is not adhering to court orders and failing to provide the court-ordered maintenance? At this juncture, you may consider the following 2 (two) remedies to mitigate your difficulties: 1. Execution Petitions 2. Contempt Petitions

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Tired of defamatory social media posts against you?

Tired of defamatory social media posts against you?

Tired of defamatory social media posts against you?

Are you facing defamatory and false posts made against you on social media platforms? Don’t worry, here’s what you can do: 1. Flag the Post; 2. Cyber Complaint; 3. Approach the Court

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What to do if police is not registering your FIR?

What to do if police is not registering your FIR?

What to do if police is not registering your FIR?

If you are facing difficulty with the inaction of police towards your grievance, and refusing to register the First Information Report (the “FIR”) on one ground or the other, then you may consider the following steps to secure the registration of the FIR. File a written complaint disclosing the cognizable offence; File a complaint to DCP/ ACP; Case under section 156(3) of the CrPC; What if you can’t afford a lawyer?

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What is Right to Residence beyond the husband's properties?

What is Right to Residence beyond the husband's properties?

What is Right to Residence beyond the husband's properties?

We are excited to share with you the recent landmark judgment by the Supreme Court of India in the case of “Satish Chander Ahuja vs. Sneha Ahuja”. This groundbreaking decision has expanded the interpretation of the term "shared household" under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 (the “DV Act”).

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From Our Blog
Continuous Struggles Of Scheduled Tribe Women In India

https://togetherthrive.info/Continuous Struggles Of Scheduled Tribe Women In India
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Litigation Expenses – Your Statutory right

Though Indian legal mechanism is often found to be slow and complex, but the aforesaid laws for women in India provide huge relief.

https://togetherthrive.info/Litigation Expenses – Your Statutory right
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Unveiling the Special Marriage Act: A Journey Beyond Religious Boundaries

While the Act serves as a cornerstone of secularism in India, its implications extend far beyond legal recognition of unions.

https://togetherthrive.info/Unveiling the Special Marriage Act: A Journey Beyond Religious Boundaries
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Advancing Gender Equality in India: Constitutional Safeguards and Women's Rights

Despite commitments to eliminate discriminatory legislation, gender inequality persists across nations, impeding the realization of human rights of women in India.

https://togetherthrive.info/Advancing Gender Equality in India: Constitutional Safeguards and Women's Rights
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Human Rights of Women in India The Ongoing Fight for Justice!

Together Thrive Foundation, which promotes a culture of equality and empowerment, continues to raise awareness about women's rights in India.

https://togetherthrive.info/Human Rights of Women in India The Ongoing Fight for Justice!

Our Teams

Together, we are creating a community where legal awareness and social empowerment go hand in hand. Nobody walks alone - we unite to demystify the law, offering accessible legal insights in every step of your way.

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Mayukh is a data scientist and entrepreneur who believes in the transformative power of data science and artificial intelligence for humanity. He envisions a civilization where data-driven solutions assist people in addressing societal concerns.

Mayukh Maitra
Co-Founder & CEO
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Surabhi is a machine learning enthusiast, and the co-founder of the "TogetherThrive Foundation," with a profound passion for harnessing the power of artificial intelligence for the greater good of society.

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Co-Founder

Empowerment Begins with Awareness

Let's unite to create a future where every woman enjoys dignity, equality, and the ability to shape her own destiny. Join us in our efforts to raise awareness, educate women about their legal rights, and put an end to accepting injustice silently.

Knowledge is Power
Arm yourself with knowledge, stand up for your rights, and create a world where women are free from the shackles of injustice. Navigating the complexities of physical relationships within the bounds of Indian law can be daunting. We offer a detailed exploration of the Indian laws on physical relationships, ensuring you are well-informed and can confidently make decisions about your body and consent. Knowledge is power; in relationships, it’s your shield against exploitation. Together, we can rewrite the narrative, empowering women to reclaim their lives, one legal right at a time.

Empowering Women, Ensuring Justice - Every Woman Deserves a Life of Freedom.