From Independence Towards Freedom: Indian Women Since 1947
Vice President Indian Council for Cultural Relations Bharati Ray, Bharati Ray, Aparna Basu, Professor of History Aparna Basu
Oxford University Press, 1999 - History - 248 pages
The twelve essays in this volume critically examine the relationship between the Indian nation and its women, analysing the material and ideological element along with the cultural and social factors constraining women's development as well as those of economics or demography.
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