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Women in Raagdarbari

  • but the representation of women is typical indian style that is women as essential commodity as needed by men for sexual need as her boobs and bums excites him otherwise’ she is bundle which is kept on road side’ ‘she is some mysterious creature who came pressed her boobs on Rangnath and disappear’ she is desired by Badri as well as Ruppan and even not discarded by Rangnath but not respected by any one she is mysterious strange create sensation she is so essential commodity needed by all respected by none name of her father is Gayadeen means useless poor fellow deserve disrespect from all women only for sex for thrill cheap object which excites man’s fantasy and sexual desire a cheap labor unpaid maid free caretaker of children and an object who can satisfied so called ego of patriarchal man
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  • historical
  • art

 

Some references from the text

  • As to mention in the answer with double inverted commas
  • Rock hard snakes
  • Truck rapes the road of India
  • Trucks door open typical patriarchal ref.
  • Super sweeter milk tea
  • For making such snakes
  • "The manual dexterity and scientific expertise of our local working man"
  •  We do not know how to make a decent razor blade  we are still the only people
    in the world who can turn rubbish into tastiest of the snakes &quot
  • Post independent India
  • 1968 India shows the vast difference shown as grand development shown by government and the reality of the ordinary village without even the traces of any progress
  • Microcosm of wider dynamics
  • Aspirations of working and middle class men and women and the realities of their lives social

 

 

Glorification of village life was the corner stone of freedom struggle but this is so opposite

  • In RD we find the hilarious deconstruction of public life
  • Copy of physical culture
  • There is sharp contrast between the village representation of

 

Shukla India                                 Naipaul India
Counter reaction to    Urban and nationalist      India Idealization of village  humanity in village in India
>>>>                                 Naipaul India  has untouched
the vast pool of poor and villagers in India
Shukla see vast poolOf middle and lower   Class as his subject   >>>> of Indian village Naipaul’s only view                                     Some hoteliers
सर्वेन्ट्स and guides as his subjects
Shukla gets into reality of life Naipaul’s find escape
from this reality
Shukla looks at             poverty as it is                                 Naipaul India looks poverty as imaginary
 Unedifying description of
Village life , pond bus stop
 Nationalist idealizations of village
Beauty and development
Village fair counter the urban space Attachments area

 

No as such  reference as equal to Shukla

Gender and Economic limitations and transformations

1 the reference of truck being used as personified male patriarch

2 then the making of sweets in which all the dust insects

House flies can be used a s a n ingredient and finally this  बर्फी  is covers with  the dust of the road  it all over which make it heavy in weight and poison for stomach

3 we do not know to make a simple razer blade but we know how to criticize the whole world

We India are most regularize in discipline and unproductive crowd on the world map but we are experts of criticize to others below is the reference with page no vi RaagGarbari translated by Gillian wright and introduction by Francesco Orsini

Raagdarbari

Glorification of village life was the corner stone of freedom struggle but this is so opposite

In RD we find the hilarious deconstruction of public life

And damaging political social and personal life

Copy of physical culture

 

“every day stage ” as discussed by C J Fuller and John Harissbook is Chris Fuller and John HarissFor an anthropology of the modern Indian Stage , in everyday

On Sun, Jun 7, 2020, 17:48 Dr. Anju Gurawa <drgurawa@gmail.com> wrote: “every day stage ” as discussed by C J Fuller and John Harriss

Space some references frombook is Chris Fuller and J

As to mention in the answer with double inverted commas

Rock hard snakes

Truck rapes the road of India

Trucks door open typical patriarchal ref

 

Super sweeter milk tea

For making such snakes

“The manual dexterity and scientific expertise of our local working man”

We do not know how to make a decent razor blade we are still the only people in the world who can turn rubbish into tastiest of the snakes ”

 

Post independent India

1968 India shows the vast difference shown as grand development shown by government and the reality of the ordinary village without even the traces of any progress

Microcosm of wider dynamics

 

Distinctive indian characteristics as reflected in RaagDarbari

Liar, double standard, sweet talker but not true to action, anti-women, racist ,castist, fudal, devoid of merit.

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