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Feminism in Indian English Literature: A Case Study of Contemporary Women Novelists | Original Article

Shikha Sharma*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research

ABSTRACT:

The word feminism alludes to the support of women's right chasing to evacuate confinements that victimize women. It identifies with the conviction that women ought to have a similar social, economic and political rights as men. Feminism has frequently centered upon what is missing as opposed to what is available. The word feminist alludes to the individual who supporters or practices feminism and it takes political position. Female is the matter of science and feminine is a lot of socially characterized qualities. Indian feminists have additionally battled against social issues inside the male centric society, for example, legacy laws and routine with regards to widow immolation known as sati. In contrast to the western feminist developments, India's development was started by men and after that joined by women. Feminism in India goes for characterizing, setting up and shielding equal political and social rights just as equal open doors for Indian women. Feminism in Indian Fiction in English is, as normally considered, is a magnificent and over-the-top idea dealt with quietly under confined conditions. India women essayists have frequently brought assortment of topics up in a style that generally poetry and novels are fit for advertising. Indian journalists have frequently raised their voice against social and social inequality that obliged women's freedom and executed institutional withdrawal of women. Kamla Das investigates the women's predicament enduring in their days to day life. Shashi Desponde manages repentant state of women. Bapsi Sidhwa features financial state of Parsi women. R.K. Narayan is worried about house-spouses of working class families. Mulk Raj Anand caricaturizes the socio-religious pietism common in different strolls of society. Anita Desai fundamentally manages human states of enduring women. Kamla Markandeya picks the subject of east-west experiences. Salman Rushdie is stressed over sexual maltreatment of youngsters. Shobha De displays an idea of new women who absolutely scorn the conventional lifestyle. Along these lines, Indian essayists in English are acutely mindful of women related issues and they argue for sexual orientation equality in their own particular manner.