Best thing I’ve ever done, says Grand-mom – Birth dream comes true

Amit Roy | The Telegraph | 2 February 2004

London, Feb. 1: The Gujarati family where a 46-year-old woman has acted controversially as a surrogate mother by giving birth to her daughter’s twins has sold its story to a British newspaper.

Although the sum paid by the Mail on Sunday is not known, it is likely to be between £25,000 and £50,000.

Surrogate births are not unusual in the West today but what sets this instance apart is that a woman, an orthodox Indian at that, has given birth to her own grandchildren. Given the cultural sensitivities in the Gujarati community, it is remarkable that all members of the family have been amazingly open in discussing intimate details of their personal lives with the Mail on Sunday.

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