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An Artist Dragged Down by Caste and Patriarchy: A Reading of Aarpar Layit Pranantik

Ramesh Dhage

Journal Title:SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Abstract


An Artist Dragged Down by Caste and Patriarchy: A Reading of Aarpar Layit Pranantik Reconstruction of an egalitarian society can be had only on the basis of the ideology of the deconstructed. The Indian caste - system and pa triarchy, the two sides of the same coin have not only degraded human beings but also the energy within them to create and construct. These forces made huge India dalit. Patriarchy, the natural offspring of the caste system, with the inherited terror, made the female gender of the degraded section pitiably miserable. The distorted dalit woman under such hostile social milieu had to sacrifice all her humanity and creativity only for a stigmatized life. Aarpar Layit Pranantik (Through Rhythmic Intense) is a l ong bio - poem by Pradnya Pawar on a tempestuous personality named Withaa Bhau Maang Narayangaonkar. The poem exposes the obstructed life of a dalit versatile woman - artist in the field of Tamashaa, a popular folk - form of public education and entertainment in Maharashtra. The paper attempts to show how the untoucable artis under the caste and patriarchy ridden hostile milieu sustained her will and ultimately surfaced victorious.

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