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Marathi Dalit writer, SharankumarLimbale, in his novel, Hindu, presents a powerful portrayal of India’s social upheavals during the last decade and a half from a Dalit perspective. Based on Dalit and Savarna [other name of representing Caste Hindus] conflict in a village in Maharashtra, Laimbale’sHindu takes a measure of India’s success and failures as a Nation in terms of the situation of Dalits in contemporary India.  The proposition of the paper is to discuss how the pathetic situation endured by Dalit women and that of women of caste Hindus [the sufferings being felt by the wife of the murdered and that of the murderer] is portrayed and further depicted.

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Bolleddu, D. S. N., & Raj, Y. (2019). Writing The Untold: A New Historicist Study of Sharankumarlimbale’shindu. History Research Journal, 5(6), 2034-2044. Retrieved from https://historyresearchjournal.com/index.php/hrj/article/view/14774