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MEG-13 Solved Assignment 2021-2022

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MEG-13 English Solved Assignment 2021-22

Subject Name

Writings from the Margins

No.of Pages in Solution

16

Course

MA(English) MEG

Language

ENGLISH

Semester

2021-2022 Course: MA(English) MEG

Session

2021-22

Submission Date

31st March 2022(if enrolled in the July 2021 Session) and  30th Sept 2022 (if enrolled in the January 2022 session)

 

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MEG-13 Solved Assignment 2021-2022

Submission: 31st March 2022(if enrolled in the July 2022 Session) and 30th Sept, 2022 (if enrolled in the January 2022 session).

 Writings from the Margins

Question: -01) 1. Write short notes on :

  1. Dalit Movement

  2. Metaphor of the tree in Changia Rukh

 

Answer:                       Dalit Movement

Dalit refers to all those individuals from various castes and sub-castes among the depressed classes who were historically subjected to invidious discrimination on the basis of untouchability and were classified as untouchables, downtrodden, outside classes, depressed classes, or Scheduled Castes.

“The Dalit movement refers to the organisational or institutional efforts undertaken by Dalit leaders for the emancipation of the oppressed people. It is an anti-untouchability, anti-caste, and anti-superstition campaign. Its objective is to elevate Dalits to the level of non-Dalits.”

“Negatively, it represents a rejection of the old conventional Hindu social order founded on untouchability, socioeconomic inequality, casteism, illogical religious beliefs, and customary slavery.

Positively, it stands for the embrace of a new social order founded on equality, liberty, and social justice, as well as scientific and logical religious or moral values, as well as the Dalit’s social, economic, cultural, and political development.” It is a movement to reclaim one’s dignity and human equality in society.It is the outcome of Dalits’ awareness of their own identity as human beings with equal physical and mental powers and equal entitlement to all human rights “without any infringement, abridgement, or limitation.”

Untouchability and Its Eradication: As previously stated, untouchability has long been viewed as a societal evil. Efforts have been done for a long time to eliminate it. Religious and social reformers such as Buddha, Ramanuja, Ramanand, Chitanya, Kabir, Nank, and Tukaram made significant attempts to eradicate it.The Brahmo Samaj and the Arya Samaj, as well as other social groups, contributed significantly to their social, religious, and cultural equality via propaganda, education, and practical actions.The foundation and consolidation of the British Raj altered India’s political, administrative, economic, and social fabric gradually but dramatically. In theory, the new system condemned caste, race, and creed biases and sought to reshape Indian society around the ideals of competition and individuality, liberty and equality. It promoted the spread of the West’s logical, liberal, and compassionate principles.With the rising democratisation process. Dr. Ambedkar fought for sufficient representation of Dalits in legislatures and government. The Government of India Act, 1919, allocated one seat in the central Legislative Assembly to the impoverished classes. The British Government, led by Ramsoy Macdonald, established the ‘Communal Award’ in 1932.

The award contemplated the establishment of a separate electorate for the Depressed Classes. Mahatma Gandhi embarked on a historic fast in protest of the Communal Award, particularly in its treatment of the poor. The dispute was resolved in September 1932 by the infamous Poona Pact. It provided for the reserve of seats from the general electorate for disadvantaged classes. The Indian Constitution presently allows for the reservation of seats in the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha for Scheduled Castes in proportion to their population under Articles 330 and 332.

MEG-13 Assignment Question Paper

1. Write short notes on : 

a) Dalit Movement

b) Metaphor of the tree in Changia Rukh

2. Critically analyse the poem “Jasmine Creeper under a Banyan Tree’. 

3. Comment on the issue discussed in the novel Kocharethi:The Araya Woman. 

4. Critically analyse the representation of women in ‘Liandova and Tuaisiala’.

5. Discuss the growth of the narrator from a young girl to an adult educated woman in the novel Sangati.

 
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