Women's Awakening in Bengal in the Swadeshi era
Nilendu Biswas
colonial Bengal-Women-Swadeshi-Sarala Devi-Awakening
As women have been seen in various revolutionary activities in colonial Bengal, the awakening of women has been reflected in these activities. As a poisonous consequence of the British rule, the British government implemented the 'Partition of Bengal' to break the backbone of the Bengali nation. But in this incident, the Bengali nation, Hindus and Muslims alike, erupted in protest, outraged by the British government's conspiracy. Breaking the traditional idea of Bengali women in the ‘Andor mohal’ (inner palace), the women came out in the ‘Bahir mohal’ (outer palace) and joined the Swadeshi movement covered with Swadeshi consciousness. By joining a large number of women, men were indirectly able to gain strength and courage.While acknowledging this obstacle, we can highlight the awakening of women in the light of the information mentioned in various papers.
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Unique Paper ID: 151941

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2

Page(s): 10 - 12
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