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The Immortals of Meluha: Relocating the Distant Land

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 4507-4518

Keywords : Meluha; Shiva; Relocating; Journey; Migration;

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While dealing with relocating of people from one place to another, some main issues related to discussion contained in this paper are relocation and migration and assimilation. With reference to Amish Tripathi's novel The Immortals of Meluha the present study attempts to make suggestions that diasporas should be perceived as depending not so much on dislocation but on relocation, connectivity, interrelatedness or on the multifarious aspects of connections and linkages. Study draws that migration should be seen not for given communities, as uprooting or disruption, it is to be seen as expansion and merging of one ethnic or national group with other. It must be seen as a progression where imagined communities, continuously reconstructed and reinvent themselves, their lives and the other community. In the novel it is in the context of this intersection of connectivity and cultural reinvention and reconstruction migration becomes vital dynamics in the reproduction, rejuvenation, transformation and stabilization of the migrated community. This study adopts qualitative approach and analysis of descriptive analysis of theories of migration as well as settlement, stabilization and growth in new landscapes and ecosystems.

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