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Sperm Donors in Indian Mythology: Two stories of Niyog you Must Know

Niyog was an ancient practice of begetting a child from someone other than one’s husband, especially when the latter was unequipped. Effectively, this meant that if the husband was impotent, then the wife, with the permission or the knowledge of her husband (and/or her family members) could allow some other male (often from the same …

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