When does ‘the woman’s man’ end? An infographic reveals the changing nature of marriage in India

A decade ago, India had the world’s highest divorce rate, with the average wife filing for divorce for every 10 divorces in the country.

Now, the figure has plummeted to 1 in 10, with India having the lowest divorce rate in the world, according to data released by the Pew Research Center.

The trend was first seen in India in 2008, and has been followed by other Asian countries, with many of them seeing similar drops.

The number of women filing for a divorce in India has dropped from a peak of 6.4 million in 2001, to just over 4 million in 2015.

The country is also experiencing a major demographic shift, as women are becoming the majority of the population.

In the next decade, the population of India will be around 3 billion, with roughly half of the new population being women.

While the gender gap between men and women is widening, the gap between the two genders in terms of marriage has been declining for years.

But that may not be sustainable in the long run.

The data released this week by the Census of Population and Housing showed that the share of married couples filing for separation dropped to just under 1 in 3 in 2016.

The survey found that more than 80 percent of couples in India are married, and that half of those marriages are headed by women.

But there is more to the story than that.

India is one of the few countries in the Asia-Pacific region where divorce is actually more common than divorce itself.

According to the Census Bureau, nearly half of married women in India have already divorced, and the figure is just under 45 percent for women who have not remarried.

And while there are fewer divorces than ever, the divorce rate has actually dropped, from 4.7 percent in 2007 to just 1.6 percent in 2015, according the Pew data.

This is partly due to the fact that more women are choosing to stay married in the first place, but the statistics also point to a bigger shift happening in India as a whole.

A recent Pew study, titled India’s Divorce Rate is Down by a Full Third: More Women Marrying, But Marriage Still a Problem, found that women are more likely to get divorced than ever before, and divorce rates are higher in rural areas, where the marriage rate is lower.

India has a high divorce rate and high divorce rates aren’t good things for the country as a place to live, as it can lead to higher poverty and social isolation.

As more women move out of the traditional marriage roles and enter the workforce, the numbers of marriages that will last into the future are likely to fall, as fewer women will be able to sustain the same level of economic support, according Toena Kumar, an assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania.

India’s divorce rate is now around one-third of the national average, according a Pew survey.

Kumar says the rise in divorce is the result of a wider societal shift, in which women have become more empowered and less dependent on husbands.

While many couples remain wedded, they no longer rely on men to support them financially, which is why divorce is increasing in India, she said.

“Marriage has always been a male-dominated sector of the Indian economy, so I think this is the beginning of a broader shift that has occurred,” Kumar said.

“I think that it’s a lot more of a shift in the economic sector, as well as in terms in the social sectors, where women are taking over more and more of roles in the home.”

Despite this, it remains a very rare event in India where the woman who files for divorce does not end up with a husband.

Only 1 in 100 women in the Indian family will divorce, according an analysis from the Pew Center.

This is despite the fact there are currently more than 3 million people in India who are in a state of marital breakdown, according data from the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO).

There is also a growing body of evidence that suggests women in a traditionally male-centric society, especially in rural India, have been left behind economically.

India is one that has seen the fastest growth in women in business, and a large number of the country’s fastest-growing cities are also populated by women who are increasingly seeking a career outside the home.

In 2017, India saw the highest number of new marriages for the first time in the past five years, according TOI.

This comes despite the country experiencing a decline in the number of marriages in the last decade, according, data released in 2017.

India also saw the fastest rate of divorce rates among the developing countries.

A decade before, India was one of Asia’s fastest growing countries.