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Pait likkhi
also called Addo Baddo

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  1. a custom in tribal regions and rural areas of Pakistan wherein two families agree to marry their children before they are born or are still very young

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  2. Pait (Urdu: پیٹ ) means stomach and Likkhi (Urdu: لکھی) means written; literally written on stomach

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  3. Urdu: پیٹ لکھی

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  4. The actual marriage takes place when groom and bride are in their late teens or adults

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  5. Most women get married between the ages of 13-16, although the Child Marriages Restraint Act makes it illegal for girls under the age of 16 to be married off by their parents or guardians

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