Beyond the Threshold- Indian Women on the Move (An Old and Rare Book)

Beyond the Threshold- Indian Women on the Move (An Old and Rare Book)

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Book Specification

Item Code: AZE551
Author: Yashoda Bhat and C.N. Mangala
Language: ENGLISH
Edition: 1995
ISBN: 9788170188636
Pages: 414
Other Details 9.00x6.00
Weight 550 gm

Book Description

About the Book
Beyond the Threshold: Indian Women on the Move is a collection of articles written. by a group of about 50 scholars, on the occasion of the completion of 20 years of service to the women's cause by Shashwati, a Bangalore-based women's museum, and women's studies centre in memory of Thirumalamba, the first Kannada woman writer. The contributors are eminent scholars in their respective areas.

This book is the latest and the finest chronicle of Indian women and their glorious achievements in recent years in all walks of Indian life. It is the splendid saga of their relentless and resolute march to the top braving all the odds on the way. The book is a landmark publication highlighting the entry and advancement of Indian women in all walks of life hitherto considered essentially as a man's domain, such as civil services, mountaineering, science, engineer ing, medicine, entrepreneurship and so on. The book proclaims loudly with facts and figures that the Indian women have at long last arrived armed with legal rights and with proper empowerment. The vibrant brave new world of Indian women beyond the thresholds of their homes emerges out of the pages of this book, bringing into view the various summits conquered by them.

About the Authors
C.N. Mangala is the founder-director of Shashwati and Principal of N.M.K.R.V. College for Women, Bangalore, where Shashwati is located. She is also a well known social worker and author of many books.

Yashoda Bhat is a Reader in English, K.M. College, University of Delhi. She has published two collections of poems and published a book on Aldous Huxley and George Orwell and has translated into English the late Prof. V.K. Gokak's Kannada novel Samarasvé Jeevana.

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