Main Kee Karatee?

Main Kee Karatee?  (Paperback, Veena Kapur)

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  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: White Falcon Publishing
  • Genre: Fiction
  • ISBN: 9781636406930
  • Edition: First, 2022
  • Pages: 164
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This book is on the sufferings of Indian women during and mainly after 1947, partition of India. Many books on this subject have been written. Details of atrocities, women faced during and after partition have been highlighted by many writers so far, but nobody has bothered to write that how the displaced women fought the system, the society and reestablished themselves in the society with dignity. No one has explained as to how the displaced women removed the tag of REFUGEE (sharnarthy) and again stood on their feet with dignity. All young girls face the cruel sexual assault at the hands of maurauders who are winning the war in the area. This happened with these women, when looters invaded their area and forced them to migrate to India. During partition/migration many women got separated from their families/parents/in laws/husbands, they were assaulted and misused and pushed into the Indian territory. This book traces the history of such women after their migration to India. It highlights how these women, after suffering badly, fought back and made their life successful. It also explains the action of society which accepted them and helped them to live life with dignity.
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  • 2022 September
Number of Pages
  • 164
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  • Veena Kapur, MA in Political Science, is an established Hindi author. She has written many short Hindi novels which have been well received in the Hindi literature world. Main theme of her writings is “Women and their Sufferings in Indian society”. Her stories are based on real life incidences that are happening in the Indian society. She has deeply studied the sufferings that women in India face. Based on her studies she has written about divorced women’s sufferings, exploitation of women, mental agony of young girls in love, live in relationship and also on “Female Infanticide”. She has researched the Indian religious books, wherein women’s sufferings are highlighted. In Mythological epics there are many stories of women sufferer’s – Sita, Ahilya and Urmila in Epic Ramayana, Kunti, Draupadi and Gandharee in Epic Mahabharta and many more in other epics. Her book- “Aaj ka Bharat Dharma, Samaj aur Rajneeti” is a must-read book for all who want to study Hinduism.
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