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Dattani’s Tara: A Reflection on Indian Society on Injustice and Inequality Bias towards Women

Journal: International Research Journal of Advanced Engineering and Science (IRJAES) (Vol.2, No. 2)

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Page : 312-315

Keywords : Gender; patriarchal society; male chauvinist; archetype; etc.;

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Abstract

This paper tends to explore the destiny of women in general and specifically the destiny of a girl child in a male chauvinist society. In short it dramatizes the women of the past and the status of the women of the present and predicts the women of the future. This comes out to be quite relevant while throwing light on the context how women are forced to behave, have a particular code of conduct and keep mute what may come but when they demand justice in this patriarchal society, they are doomed. This plays tends to enlighten the minds of women of the present to strengthen themselves and also to enlighten the minds of the female in general. Tara is not merely a fictional character but strongly emerges as an archetype and an icon of the Indian girl child who is forced to be vanquished and remains submissive in this so-called traditional and modern world.

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