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It is when and if their husbands die, that a woman may lose her status in society.

However, scholars have questioned the authenticity and corruption of the text over time, given the numerous inconsistent version of the Smriti manuscripts that have been discovered.

In fact, Daughters-in-law are no fully accepted into their husband's families until they have produced a son of their own. However, in other sections, the same text asserts that "women must be honored and adorned", and "where women are revered, there the gods rejoice; but where they are not, no sacred rite bears any fruit".

Women who are mothers of a son, with their husbands still alive, are the most auspicious members of society.

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The Devi Sukta ideas of the Rigveda are further developed in the relatively later composed Shakta Upanishads, states Mc Daniel, where the Devi asserts that she is Brahman, from her arise Prakṛti (matter) and Purusha (consciousness), she is bliss and non-bliss, the Vedas and what is different from it, the born and the unborn, and the feminine is thus all of the universe.In Smritis, such as the Manusmriti, the position of women in Hinduism is mixed and contradictory.Manusmriti asserts that "as a girl, she should obey and seek protection of her father, as a young woman her husband, and as a widow her son".The early Upanishads are, however, generally silent about women and men, and focus predominantly about gender-less Brahman and its relation to Atman (Soul, Self). Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, composed about 800 BCE, for example, in the last chapter detailing the education of a student, include lessons for his Grihastha stage of life.