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Women, Family and Social Problems in India

 
Chhaya Shukla (Author)
Synopsis Women in India are worshipped as Devi, Mother-Goddess in cannate. In ancient times women’s position in society was above everyone in the family. During middle ages their position fell and they were deprived from the benefits of education. Even during that period some notable women like Raziya, Nur Jahan, Durga Bai, Mira Bai and Jijabai were always present. During the British period, due to reform movements launched by Annie Besant, Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Dayananda, Ramabai, Ranade, Vivekananda and others the Indian women came to the forefront of society. But it was Gandhiji who got women involved in freedom struggle in a big way. This book studies in detail the problems of Indian women in life, in family and in society. It is a short book but covers the three periods viz. ancient, medieval and modern. Women’s role as a home maker, society builder, cultural upholder and nation builder has been high-lighted. It is hoped that the book will prove useful to all those who are interested in gender studies and social problems of India.
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About the author

Chhaya Shukla

Chhaya Shukla, did her M.A. in English Literature from Lucknow University in 1996. She did her B.Ed. from Kanpur University. She is nowadays teaching in Lucknow. Besides teaching she has a great urge for writing. Her fields of interest include the social work, book reading writing, attending seminars, and the upliftment of women.

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Bibliographic information

Title Women, Family and Social Problems in India
Author Chhaya Shukla
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Publisher Mohit Publications
Language: English
isbn 817445179X
length vii+144p., 23cm.