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Cultural Conflict and Identity Crisis in the Works of Bharati Mukherjee’s Novels “Jasmine and Desirable Daughters” | Original Article

Gurpreet Singh*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


In the post-colonial worldwide interface, where personalities and cultures are always characterized, explored also asappreciated for associating at a full scale level, procedures, for example, globalization and cultural assimilations have risen to possess the middle stage and shape the new world account. In the meantime, changed level of disarray and clamor crosswise over conflicting cultures presents identity crisis that prompts the development of a homogenous identity. It is in the light of this progressive culture-move, where diverse assimilation and immigrant literature, in recent circumstances, has increasingly disentangled the rising identity conflicts by method for a protagonist. Bharati Mukherjee is an Indian conceived American writer. She raises her voice for the privileges of moved Indian women and features their sufferings looked in abroad. The fundamental point of present paper is to portray the impact of relocation on Indian women and the amount they feel estranged outside their local nation and how they confront identity crisis.. The picture that rises up out of the investigation of the Desirable Daughters isn't just those of women being estranged and depressed because of the conditions yet additionally those of women turning out as strong character to beat the difficulties those come in their lives.