Study of Marginalization of Women in Rama Mehta's Inside the Haveli

Authors

  • Krishna Murari Shukla Research Scholar, V. S. S. D. College, Affiliated to C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India,Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University image/svg+xml https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3629-3162
  • Dr. Ram Prakash Pradhan Associate Professor, Department of English V. S. S. D. College, Affiliated to C. S. J. M. University, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India,Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University image/svg+xml

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53032/tcl.2021.6.4.32

Keywords:

Marginalization, Domination, Suppression, Deprivation, Gender inequality, Feminine sensibility, Patriarchal system

Abstract

In the social structure of this world, there are various forms of people like class, community, caste, religion or gender, suffering from the dominated sensibility of social, political, economical or ethical values but their exploitation has been general in the tendency of common perception. The close observation of these people is categorized under the head of marginalization. Marginalized people are often defined socially, politically, culturally and legally deprived of their ‘rights’ as human beings in every sphere of life and cultural society. The various groups of people, living or surviving on the verge, can be assessed with their caste, class, religion or gender differentiations. In this regard, women’s position in the society and family has been one of the most considerable issues. The condition of women whether as masters or servants has equally been dominated and deprived of rights in the men dominated society. The present paper explores the marginalization, suppression, deprivation, gender inequality and feminine sensibility of women within the patriarchal system of the society in the novel Inside the Haveli.

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Published

2021-10-30

How to Cite

Krishna Murari Shukla, & Dr. Ram Prakash Pradhan. (2021). Study of Marginalization of Women in Rama Mehta’s Inside the Haveli. The Creative Launcher, 6(4), 214–223. https://doi.org/10.53032/tcl.2021.6.4.32

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