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ORIENT Orient Ladies Classic Automatic Watch DB0A005W
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ORIENT Orient Automatic Fashion Ladies Brown Dial Rectangular Watch NRAP003T
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ORIENT Orient Gold Tone Automatic Ladies Watch NR1J001G
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ORIENT The Women of the Mahabharata
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In the stories where the Mahabharata speaks of life, women occupy a central place. In living what life brings to them, the women of the Mahabharata show, that the truth in which one must live, is however, not a simple thing; nor can there be any one absolute statement about it. Each one of them, in her own way, is a teacher to mankind as to what truth and goodness in their many dimensions are. The twelve women of the Mahabharata whose life stories make up this book, range from Shakuntala, Savitri and Damayanti who are known only in sketches; from Sulabha, Suvarchala, Uttara Disha, Madhavi and Kapoti who are hardly known, and finally to Draupadi, known widely but frozen in popular culture and writing in two or three standard clichéd images. The women of the Mahabharata are incarnate in the women of today. To read the stories of their relation-ships is to read the stories of our relationships. They demand from the men of today the same reflection on their perceptions, attitudes, and pretensions too, as they did from the men in their lives, and equally often from other men full of pretensions, even if they were kings and sages. Badrinath's ability to combine respect and love and to write with impressive scholarship and grace will unforgettably transform our experience of reading the Mahabharata
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ORIENT Orient Ladies Automatic Pink Leather Strap Dress Watch FDM00004W
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ORIENT Orient Classic Automatic Women's Watch DB0A003W
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ORIENT Orient Automatic Ladies Watch ET0Y002W
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ORIENT Women in Malayalam Cinema
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Drawing on contemporary critical theories and academic debates, Women in Malayalam Cinema: Naturalising Gender Hierarchies analyses Malayalam cinema and the question of women from different perspectives. In its focus on woman-cinema interface, as depicted in a century of Malayalam cinema, this book addresses a wide range of themes crucial for a nuanced understanding of Malayalam film culture-gender stereotyping, marriage and family, the aftermaths of matriliny, caste and gender relations, hegemonic patriarchy, female friendships and soft porn. These diverse concerns are held together by a key focal point: the paradox of regressive modernisation in Kerala's cultural politics. While the widely discussed and extolled 'Kerala Model' has yielded much grist to the statistical mills of Left-liberal developmental sociologists, questions concerning more precise connections between the impressive developmental indices and the cultural politics that shape the lives and subjectivities of women within this 'model state' have remained relatively unexplored. Deconstructing patriarchal dominance in Malayalam cinema, mainstream and avant garde, this collection elucidates how films offer stereotypical images of women conforming to subordination. Be it Vigathakumaran (1928), or Sthree (1950), or a more recent one Achanarangathaveedu (2005)-there is a constant failure across films to look beyond the portrayal of woman as someone 'who loves to cook and clean, wash and scrub, shine and polish for her man'.This volume, a first of its kind on Malayalam cinema, has diverse contributions from litterateurs, film critics and screenwriters, and will be of interest to scholars of film, media and gender studies.
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ORIENT Orient Automatic Open Heart DB0A001T Women's Watch
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ORIENT Orient Gold Tone Automatic Ladies Watch NR1J002G
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ORIENT A Spelling Guide to Women
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In poetry, Charmayne may go on to making herself more than she is, in terms of that gift. The combination of modesty and pride, can lead to appropriate aspiration, higher aims, difficult themes, a wider range of explorations;…
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ORIENT Women and Work
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The notion of work and employment of work and employment for women is complex. While economic factors predominantly determine a mans participation in employment, the reasons why women work, or do not work, or whether they work part-time or full-time, can be diverse and are often rooted in a complex interplay of economic, cultural, social and personal factors. In India, as in most other parts of the world, fewer women participate in employment compared to men. This is the backdrop against which Women and Work analyses a wide range of issues-from what counts for work to the economic contribution of women to how gendering of work has many significant and related consequences. The introduction talks of how oppression faced by wage-earning women is the result of patriarchal norms and capitalist relations of production. It also demonstrates how policies and programmes anchored around data based on national income accounts and/or labour force surveys seriously disadvantage women in more ways than one. Divided into four sections, the articles focus on women engaged in varied work-paddy-growers in West Bengal, beedi-rollers in Tamil Nadu, laceworkers in Andhra Pradesh and bardancers in Maharashtra-all of whom live and work in dismal conditions, and earn paltry incomes. Bringing together well-known sociologists and economists, this volume will be useful for students and scholars of sociology, economics, political science and womens studies.
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ORIENT Sarojini Naidu: An Introduction to Her Life, Work and Poetry
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Sarojini Naidus interests and passions were many: books, poetry, people, conversation, food, gardens, folklore handicrafts and travel. As a poet, she had perhaps the finest ear among Indians for the English language. As a public speaker, she impressed the most sophisticated audiences. As a political worker, her courage and conviction embarrassed her detractors. As a proponent of womens rights, she won over numerous chauvinists.
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ORIENT Trafficking in Women and Children in India
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This book presents the research findings of Action Research on Trafficking in Women and Children in India (Artwac) that involved the United Nations Development Fund for Women, the National Human Rights Commission and the Institute of Social Sciences. Through a human rights perspective, the first section of this book analyses the data generated by Artwac and gives detailed recommendations for better judicial interventions, law enforcement and community participation in anti-trafficking strategies. The second section contains a rich collection of case studies, giving an on-ground picture of how exploiters have little or no respect for the rights of trafficking victims.
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ORIENT The Touch-me-not Girl
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As sensitive as the touch-me-not plant after which she is named, the beautiful and brilliant Lajuklata seems to have a promising future before her. But Lajuklata is also an 'Untouchable' in a deeply casteist society and her path to success is fraught with difficulties. Laju's fortunes are followed by the narrator, Gitika, as she recounts their childhood, adolescence and college days together with their inseparable friend, Manju. In the process of growing up the girls explore and discover for themselves the meanings of friendship and love, ideas and ideals. The author evokes small-town East Bengal stirring with uneasy portents of a world about to fall apart in political and communalupheaval.
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ORIENT Orient Ballerina Automatic Ladies Watch DM01006B
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