Book on “Indian Woman, Feminism, Women’s Liberation” was released by Ms Gita Gunde, Mahila Samanvay poorva samyojika, in a grand event held at Delhi University. The book written by Saji Narayanan is published by Indus Scrolls Press. The programme was attended by eminent people from various walks of life.
Capitalism and Communism, the progenies of the semitic culture, have given birth to two different streams of women’s Liberation. These streams, which have stormed western society and communist groups, have now actively intruded into the Indian socio-political milieu. The moment these concepts encounter with Indian realities ,they display their inherent contradictions and limitations. But seldom an Indian alternative to such views is discussed. “Indian Woman, Feminism, Women’s Liberation” is an attempt to understand the Indian approach through a comparative study aimed at addressing the issues related to the future women.
Prof Sushama Yadav, Pro Vice Chancellor, Central University of Haryana, Prof Shri Prakash Singh, Director, South Campus, Delhi University, Prof Payal Mago Director, Womens Studies dept, Delhi University, and Author Saji Narayanan, Indus Scrolls Press Managing Director Sreedattan spoke on the occasion.