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Sthree Eninum Vanchitha!

By Ramchand, TK

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Book Id: WPLBN0100302225
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Reproduction Date: 1/15/2019

Title: Sthree Eninum Vanchitha!  
Author: Ramchand, TK
Volume: Volume 5.13 MB
Language: Malayalam
Subject: Non Fiction, Philosophy
Collections: Authors Community, Plays
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Publisher: Self-Published
Member Page: TK Ramchand


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When they grew up, Radha and Vinod moved so closely that Radha's mother Bindu had to warn them. Even if from too younger days, together a boy and girl lived moving very closely, once they turn adolescent the girl shall not believe the boy as for as bodily contact is concerned. Radha actively participates in the conference. Delegates from all over the world are present. They discuss how even from the time Man came into existence, the female sex had been treated as subordinate to the male, in home, in religion, in society, in public, in government, in politics and so on. Vinod cheats Radha. Radha avenges. Justice prevails.

This is not a drama for drama sake. It is a drama aiming at female-male-equality.

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) lists various forms of violence against women: rape and sexual harassment, child marriage, wife beating, prostitution, female genital cutting/mutilation, dowry-related violence, trafficking, sexual violence during wars, femicide, ‘honour’ killings, forced sterilization, pornography and bride kidnapping. “Violence against women also takes many forms of psychological abuse, intimidation and harassment. The lack of space or reluctance to voice discontentment and grievances, have added to the silence that veils these issues even though we see, hear and experience it in our daily lives.”

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