Life and times of Unborn Kamla is about a war that has been going on in our homes for quite some time now. And its consequences are more terrible than those of the wars we have actually fought with our neighbours. Almost every minute a girl is being killed somewhere in India – either in her mother’s womb or outside. That is 700,000 girls every year! And every day about 200 young women are being forced into prostitution around the country. Human trafficking is the world’s third most profitable business. Sex determination or sex selective abortion by unethical medical professionals is a US $ 244 million industry today. The book captures the crucible of the crisis and points to the serious consequences of large parts of India being afflicted by the ‘girl famine’.