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‘Contesting’ the Discourses of Womanhood: A Historical Reaccount of the Conditions of Women in British India and Beyond

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Author: Rajib Sarkar 1Assistant Professor Department of History Munshi Premchand Mahavidyalaya Siliguri, Darjeeling,West Bengal Email: rajibcontrol@gmail.com Abstract:: In the past women in India were dependent on men. Their religious practices and traditions ascribed for their subordination to men in all matters. They were denied education, access to social justice...

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India’s Oft-Forgotten Feminist Icon Fatima Sheikh: Pioneers of Modern Women’s Education in Indian Subcontinent

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Author: Abdullah 1Research Scholar Department of History Vidyasagar University Rangamati,Midnapore,West Bengal,India Email: abdullahhistory1993@gmail.com Abstract:: An almost forgotten name in the history of Indian women’s education is Fatima Sheikh. Savitri Bai Phule stands out as the pioneer of Modern Indian women’s education, another identity of hers...

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Peasant Organisations in the context of Political Activities in Bengal before the 1938:A Regional Study

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Author: Dr.Jagdip Kumar Chowhan Assistant Professor Department of History Malda College Malda,West Bengal,India Email: jagdipchowhan@gmail.com Abstract:: This article is highlighted the peasantry condition of Bengal after the Great Depression. This worst condition makes to rise the peasantry politics. Before the formation of the autonomous body, Praja Party of...

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Gandhi’s Idea of Khadi and Its Implications

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Author: Ashim Bhuimali 1Research Scholar Department of History Raiganj University Raiganj,Uttar Dinajpur,West Bengal Email: ashimbhuimali2013&gmail.com Abstract::Khadi’ means any cloth woven on handloom from cotton, silk or woolen hand spun yarn or from combination of any two or all of such yarn. British rule in India gave birth to Khadi at the hands of...

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