This article discusses a recent ruling by the Supreme Court of India that establishes a woman's right to reside in her in-laws' shared household. The ruling was made in response to a case in which a woman was denied access to her in-laws' home, despite the fact that she was living with them at the time of her marriage. The ruling states that a woman has a right to live in a shared household with her in-laws, and that the husband has an obligation to take care of her. The ruling also states that the in-laws have a responsibility to provide the woman with basic necessities and to not discriminate against her. This ruling has important implications for women's rights in India, as it protects them from being denied access to their homes and provides them with a legal recourse in case of disputes.