The greatest important contributions to English-language literature have come from Indian writers. In the literary sphere, Indian English literature had attained autonomous standing. Indian authors often cover a broad variety of subjects that represent Indian heritage, art, patriotism, societal ideals, and self awareness, among other things. Women authors have made significant contributions to the literary level of Indian English fiction. Female issues and problems were extensively discussed by the newly emerging female writers. Women and girls in patriarchal societies these authors investigate feminine perception to define a woman's individuality in a misogynistic culture. Compared to earlier generations of women, today's women are portrayed as being highly aggressive, emancipated, and expressive in their statements. The most productive author of the modern era is Sudha Murthy. Her works depict the difficulties faced by typical Indian women from the middle income strata in a patriarchal society. The purpose of this paper is to examine if domestic abuse is present in Sudha Murthy's Mahasweta while focusing on the issues that women confront in the stereotypically masculine culture in which they live, Her works include subjects like bravery, literacy, social injustices, feminist theorists, standing in society, the damaging consequences of matrimony on women, the impacts of superstitions, family assault, etc she mainly focuses on the realistic problems encountered by women in the family and the society. This research also aims to showcase the capability of women to fight against all odds of her life
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Kalpana Agrawal, Rajneesh Dwivedi. Domestic Violence in Sudha Murthy's Novel Mahasweta. Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2022; 13(4):275-8. doi: 10.52711/2321-5828.2022.00044
Kalpana Agrawal, Rajneesh Dwivedi. Domestic Violence in Sudha Murthy's Novel Mahasweta. Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2022; 13(4):275-8. doi: 10.52711/2321-5828.2022.00044 Available on: https://www.rjhssonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2022-13-4-10
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