Payal Ghosh is a renowned biographer, historian and social worker. Payal was born in starved conditions in the Indian state of Bengal. Payal managed to escape to England and later lived in Birmingham. Payal worked as a social worker and also managed to start a magazine. Payal was very much interested in researching and writing about different cultures and individuals who had shaped India.
Payal Ghosh was the author of many award winning books including The God Delusion. He was fascinated by the lives of many ancient figures like Shiva, Hanuman and many others. The main aim of Payal was to reveal the truth about a historical figure by delving deeply into his roots, personal life, character and relationships. Payal Ghosh used many scientific methods to analyze the physical features of a person, ranging from the size of the head to the size of the waist.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||34 B|
|Waist Size||27 Inches|
|Hips Size||34 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||34-27-34 Inches|
Payal began his research by using the Bra size and bust size criteria which define a common standard of measurement for women of different countries. He then analyzed the Bra size and found that most of the Indian women were below the size of the average woman in their country. Payal Ghosh also found out that most Indian women were not wearing the right kind of size bras which hindered their growth and adversely affected their posture and health.
Payal Ghosh divided the Indian population into two sections – western and eastern. As per his research findings, western women were found to have a greater inferiority complex when it came to size issues. Eastern women on the other hand were known to be happy with their size and used all kinds of bras from tiny ones to big ones. Payal Ghosh found out that there was a definite connection between a woman’s size and her level of happiness. The happier a woman was, the more she wore clothes, used cosmetics and took care of her appearance.
Payal Ghosh also divided women according to their age. Women who are young at age wear more clothes and cosmetics while older women wear less and use only cosmetics. This is because the proportion of skin, hair and breast muscles seen in a woman around menopause is different as compared to her earlier years. For this reason, older women tend to lose their muscles and become less attractive. Interestingly, younger women on the other hand, retain much more muscles and tend to retain their youthful charm.
In recent times, the Indian women’s body size has become more correlated with her level of health and life expectancy. Research has proved that obesity (obesity) and menopause (premature menopause) occur together and both are associated with reduced life expectancies in older women. In other words, older obese women have a greater chance to live longer than younger women. Menopause itself can lead to reduced bra size and reduced breast size in elderly women but this effect is not observed when obese women are diagnosed with breast cancer.