STATUS OF WOMEN IN INDIA IMPROVED OR DETERIORATED?

Sri Rama Murthy Choppakatla

Abstract


The status of women in India is in such a condition that needs a serious check on the growing imbalance in the society. This paper analyses the status of women in ancient, medieval and modern India and examines whether it is improved or deteriorated from the beginning.


Keywords


Constitutional safeguards, Sexual harassment, Status of women, Women degradation.

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