ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Thirty Years On

The womenâ??s movement has with varying degrees of success negotiated with the changing socio-political contexts in India. However, change is slow and painful and the lives of a large section of Indian women have only marginally improved. The contemporary Indian womenâ??s movement is still accused of being westernised and unIndian. An important task for the movement thus is to vocally locate the feminist struggle in its diverse Indian cultural and historical settings. It is also imperative that the womenâ??s movement begins the task of recreating spaces and building bridges so that its various fragments can once again be fitted into the larger jigsaw.

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