By Sanjukta Dasgupta, Malashri Lal
This booklet reviews literary and cultural representations of the Indian relatives to discover the way within which the relatives and its constitution are in transition. The papers discover and reveal how the Indian relatives, no matter if in India or in diaspora, has to be redefined within the present context―in this age of quick industrialization, cultural and fiscal globalization, and the emergence of latest applied sciences.
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Perhaps a wife is engaged in amorous conversation with her husband— or she’s already quite maddened by passionate love making—meanwhile you, in your hiding place, are watching everything. The sight of all these vulgar acts might strengthen your own sexual appetite and leave you besides yourself with desire. ” And then follows this story: Husband: A sister was eavesdropping at her elder brother’s door. Inside the room, the brother and his wife were talking amorously; the brother was beside himself with love, embracing his wife and kissing her.
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