There's no denying that it takes a village to raise a child, and when it's the early days after a child's birth, it's always all hands on deck. That said, the presence of both parents—a mother and a father—is vital for the early development of a child, and to create that bond and foster nurturing. But, the concept of paternity leave isn't quite as widely accepted in India, particularly with rigid gender roles and the primeval understanding that men were the 'breadwinners' and women were the 'caregivers'. However, slowly but surely, the mindset and outlook is changing, and younger generations believe in equality, especially when it comes to raising children. Her Circle spoke to a few people to get their take on the subject of paternity leave. Here's what they had to say.