FEMINISTIC HUMANISM AS DELINEATED IN INDIAN DRAMATIC LITERATURE
K. Shenbagapriya , M. Jamuna
Humanism, Feminism, Indian Drama
Feministic Humanism defend women, the most suppressed; and celebrates humanness, the most needed at present. It suggests how feminism and humanism are interconnected. Because, the human society will not advocate the act of favouring one man at the outlay of another woman. Men and women are indiscrete. They together make humanity to survive. Hence, the dramatists as humanists question why the Indian society encourages the patriarchy to establish undeniable mastery over women. This article proposes the feministic ideals that the dramatists disseminate while attempting to civilize the society.