Author(s): Aasif Ahmad, Mrinal Srivastava

Email(s): asifpeer343@gmail.com

DOI: 10.52711/2321-5828.2023.00009   

Address: Aasif Ahmad1, Mrinal Srivastava2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, A.P.S. University, Rewa, (M.P).
2Professor and Head of English Dept., A.P.S. University Rewa, (M.P).
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 14,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2023


ABSTRACT:
This paper depicts Asif Currimbhoy’s works, which highlights both major events and the everyday realities of modern man. All his writings are based on true events that occurred to his friends and family, as well as around him in society. This paper shows and demonstrates how, as a dramatist, he masterfully captures the current life events and situations that serve as a mirror for readers. Society: Society allows people to share their sufferings, joys, objectives, aspirations, celebrations, and many other things. The word “society” emerged in the 5th century and it is derived from the French word ‘Societe’. This French word is in turn of origin in the Latin ‘Societa’ means a friendly association with others from ‘Socus locus’ meaning locally social and implied a social contract between members of the community; implicit in the meaning of society is that its members share some mutual concern or interest; a common objective or common characteristics. Without the oppression of the rules and the support of the society man would have been living in a barbaric stage. Society is just like a web which weaves the human relation and their identity. Human connections or social relations are the countless interactions that all people experience with other people. “Society” refers to the sum of all these human ties inside a single town or country. A society is made up of people who share a common ideal, culture, way of thinking, living, and worshipping. Many people in society maintain contact and develop social, cultural, ethical, and other relationships. People in society have difficulties and different wants, and it is up to the organization to provide those needs and address the problems. Such norms and its structures manage society, ensuring that the essential necessities of housing, education, protection, food, employment, health, occupation, entertainment, clothes, transportation, and many more services are met in a sensible and responsible manner. Because it is impossible for a person to make growth in all disciplines, the construction of society plays a critical role in advancement. The laws enacted by religions such as Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity are universal and unaffected by time since they are everlasting. Understanding what Mahatma Gandhi proposed in his book “My Religion” is critical for understanding the term religion in the construction of society. “By religion, I do not mean formal religion or customary religion, but that religion which underlies all religion which brings us face to face with our make…Religion should pervade every one of our actions. Here religion does not mean sectarianism. It means a belief in ordered moral government of the universe. It is not less real because it is unseen. This religion transcends Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, etc. It does not supersede them. It harmonizes them and gives them reality.” Because religion dominates society, religion is an integral component of it. If we look at the history of Indian old society, we can see that the structure of society is different from the structure of society today.


Cite this article:
Aasif Ahmad, Mrinal Srivastava. Asif Currimbhoy as a True Social Realistic. Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2023;14(1)46-8. doi: 10.52711/2321-5828.2023.00009

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Aasif Ahmad, Mrinal Srivastava. Asif Currimbhoy as a True Social Realistic. Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2023;14(1)46-8. doi: 10.52711/2321-5828.2023.00009   Available on: https://www.rjhssonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2023-14-1-9


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2.    Agrawal, K.A. The Best Plays of Asif Currimbhoy. Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2007. Print.
3.    Currimbhoy, The Hungry Ones. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 3rd ed., 1992. P. 26. Print.
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