Women in India: A Social and Cultural History, Volume 1

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Praeger/ABC-CLIO, 2009 - Reference - 440 pages
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Raman reflects on the various ways in which Indian women have developed and expressed their own feminist agenda.

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Region Environment Gender
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Vedic Goddesses and Women
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Mothers and Wives in the Smriti Texts
45
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SITA ANANTHA RAMAN is Associate Professor Emerita, History, Santa Clara University; Director, Pacific Coast Immigration Museum, California; and Lecturer at University of Georgia, Athens. She is the author of Getting Girls to School: Social Reform in the Tamil Districts, 1870-1930 (1996) and A. Madhaviah: A Biography and a Novella (2004).

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