Save girls, save the girl kid, is a marketing campaign in India to end the gender-selective child killingilligal baby killing of feminine fetuses. Aborting a foetus because it is feminine is a key social problem in India and has cultural cable connections with the dowry system that is ingrained in Of india culture, despite the fact that it has been forbidden by law as 1961. In India a solid preference for sons more than daughters is present, unlike in Western nationalities. Pregnancies happen to be planned simply by resorting to 'differential contraception'. Next conception, foetal sex is dependent upon prenatal diagnostic techniques after which female embryon are aborted. Social splendour against ladies and a preference for sons have been promoted. Pre-natal sex-determination was banned in India in 1994. This kind of act should prevent sex-selective abortion. However it is believed that more than 10 mil female germe have been illegally aborted in India. Research workers for the Lancet journal stated that 500, 1000 girls were being lost every year through sex-selective abortions. The dowry system in India is often blamed; the expectation which a large dowry must always be provided for children in order for them to get married to is frequently mentioned as a significant cause for the problem. Pressure for parents to provide huge dowries for their daughters is quite intense in prosperous claims where substantial standards of living, and modern consumerism, are more prevalent in American indian society. In India, dowry is the repayment in cash or some kind of gifts directed at bridegroom's friends and family along with the bride. Generally they will include money, jewellery, power appliances, household furniture, bedding, crockery, utensils and other household items which help the newly-wed set up her home. The dowry method is thought to place great monetary burden on the bride's relatives. It has been one of the reasons for people and women in India resorting to sex selection in favor of kids. Female foeticide has led to a boost in human trafficking. In 2011, 15, 000 Indian women had been bought and...