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Diasporic Analysis of Deepak Unnikrishanan's Temporary people

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 6)

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Page : 1041-1046

Keywords : Diasporic literature; Immigration; Language barriers; Employment; Cultural Diferences etc;

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Diaspora Diaspora is generally used to refer any people or population forced to leave their own traditional homeland and they settle down to another place which is far from their own home land. In other words, any population sharing common ethnic identity who were either forced to leave or voluntarily left their settled territory and become resident in areas often far removed from the former. Therefore, a Diaspora is a large group of people with a similar heritage or homeland who have since moved out to places all over the world. This is a group of people who spreads from one original country to other countries. Diaspora includes with both immigrants and their descendants. Diaspora Forced Voluntarily People migrate because of various things. For better opportunities, millions of people migration each year by crossing oceans, desert, rivers and mountains they risk their lives to realize the dream of finding a decent livelihood option. Elements of globalization boost this migration more. In the past time, diaspora had a different meaning. It was based on the people who were resided in the countries USA UK etc. Those people who migrated in these countries are rich. The diaspora writers only considered these rich people as the central theme of their work. In course of time the meaning of diaspora and the people who live in these countries are given different meaning by the writers. They focused upon the different segments of people who lived there. It included whole class of people like they included middle class people workers, labor, sweepers’ servants. Indian Diaspora Indian diaspora is the second largest diaspora in the world after the Chinese. There are at least twenty six million Indians living as diaspora today. Diaspora is a sense of community of people who come from same culture and context usually a country who are living outside of that country for whatever reason maybe political, economic and social ha

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