Author: Chirantan Sarkar

A Narrative on Women, Feminism, Sexuality and Politics in Contemporary India

Reading Time: 7 minutesSonia Gandhi’s unperturbed state in her husband’s funeral is acceptable to the urban and sophisticated Indians as Sonia Gandhi is cloning a ‘male’ behavior  and thus striving to achieve a ‘superior’ mode of self-expression whereas Sasikala’s  slaps on hard stone platform during the funeral of Jayalalithaa situate her as an untutored and hysterical woman.  Both these […]