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Revisiting Sarita as Sita: A Comparative Study of Vijay Tendulkar’s Kamala

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.7, No. 4)

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Page : 379-381

Keywords : women; myth; mythic models; subjugation; hypocrisy;

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Vijay Tendulkar, the frontline of Indian theatre, is well known for sensitising his audience and readers of the dogmas of this cultural society. The social order , once framed are discerning the women as the weaker sex and eventually trapping the rights levered in the name of social structure weaved by the myth. Though engrossed with a pack of Indian nobility , femininity portrayed in the myths like the Ramayana often show the fragility loaded in abundance in the female protagonist- Sita. Thus while portraying the character of Sarita, Tendulkar intentionally or naively has brought out the character of Sita to the view of his audience. This research article is an attempt to bring out the magnetized but feebly tabulated character of Sarita by Vijay Tendulkar in his play Kamala

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