Voice of Voiceless in Indian Society in MamtaKalia’s Selected Poems


  • Mr. S. Kumaran Headmaster Municipality Govt. High School Tirupur,Tamil Nadu,India.
  • Dr. S. Alexander Associate Professor & Head Govt. Arts College Karur, Tamil Nadu, India.


Indian Writers of English have also come out of their cocoons and started to raise voice for the voiceless in their society.This paper highlights how the women in India subjugated and marginalized under the code of tradition and conventional with reference to MamtaKalia’s selected poems, Oh, I’m fed up of being a Woman and Anonymous. MamtaKalia’s poetry discloses piercing awareness of the tragic destiny which comes with the very fact of being born a woman. From the view of patriarchal world, a woman has no autonomous existence, identity or liberation of will and she always exists in relation to others. In both the poems the poet expresses her ennui and discontentment of the unfair conventions.


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Kumaran, M. S., & Alexander, D. S. (2018). Voice of Voiceless in Indian Society in MamtaKalia’s Selected Poems. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 6(12), 8. Retrieved from https://ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/5764