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SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONFLICTS IN GIRISH KARNAD’S TALE-DANDA

 

KEMPANNA RACHAPPA DONAWAD

 

RESEARCH SCHOLAR

 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

 SRI SATYA SAI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICAL SCIENCES

SEHORE

MADHYA PRADESH

INDIA

 

DR.SYED AHMAD RAZA ABIDI

RESEARCH GUIDE

 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

 SRI SATYA SAI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICAL SCIENCES

 SEHORE

MADHYA PRADESH

 

Abstract: In the play Tale-danda, the playwright Girish Karnad deals with the last days of Kalyan-Kranti. Girish wants to highlights social and political conflicts of the Indian society. Age old social ill the caste-system is treated with a special care. Sharanas attempt of abolishing it presented vividly. The inter-caste marriage between the Brahmin bride and the Cobbler bridegroom is the main episode. The marriage attempt and its effects reveal vulgarity of the caste system. The political intrigue of Sovidev against his father Bijjal reveals all time human greed for power. By fusing these two themes Karnad successfully presents the social and political conflicts of the contemporary society.

Key words: Caste-system, Varnashram, Brahmin, Cobbler, Inter-caste, Political intrigue, Superstition.journal of english

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