Challenges to the Fair Sex: Indian Woman, Problems, Plights, and Progresses
J. L. Gupta
Gian Publishing House, Jan 1, 1988 - Social Science - 132 pages
A bunch of scholarly essays by women writers from all courses of the country which expose the challenges and afflictions making a lot of misery to the population in their way towards upliftment. The challenges, old and new, are taken to the measures of readers. A splendid work with research oriented aspects. A must buy for everyone.
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