DISCUSSING A THEME OF GENDER, CASTE, SOCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES IN BAMA’S KARUKKU
Author(s):
DR.M.USHA BHARATHI
Keywords:
marginalized, suppression, humiliations, domination, betrayal
Abstract
The modern Indian literature is that the representation of every aspect of life. Dalit literature deals with the oppression of dalits within the Indian scheme. Dalit literatures are noted as a rebellion against the suppression, humiliations by dalits in past and sufferings continuing even now a day. The motive of Dalit literature is that the liberations of dalits. The narration of the story of Dalit literatures are purely experienced based. Their shame, anger, sorrow, suppression, sturdy, hopes became a sturdy hand for Dalit literature. In this society marginalized the dalits for various reasons like caste, gender, colour, money, and complexion. Karukku focuses caste oppression in hate is professed as casteless religion. It expresses the author’s tension for the church and within her native village amidst the people. She exposed the betrayal of social and institutional establishments.
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Unique Paper ID: 156099

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 872 - 874
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