Violence Against Women in India
This essay seeks to shed light on the difficulties of women in a different country by focusing on the specialized obstacles and hurdles faced by the women of India.
# 884 | 2,656 words | 9 sources | 2001 |
Published on Apr 02, 2001 in Women Studies (General) , Ethnic Studies (General) , Ethnic Studies (Asia) , Sociology (General) , Anthropology (Cultural) , Anthropology (Asian) , Religion and Theology (Buddhism)
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From the Paper:"Culture in India has a peculiar association with the religious traditions of India. The dominant and archaic "faith", Hinduism, acts upon the national culture, which in turn influences the various religions, including Hinduism itself. The Bactrian Greeks, the Moghuls, and the English have all come and gone, but none have been able to fundamentally alter the relationship and influence Hinduism has on Indian culture. The values and beliefs of ancient Hindus have existed in the subcontinent since the beginning of prehistory and have tempered all religions that have been borne in or transported to India. We find almost perfect equality of women in Buddhist philosophy....Why is there such hypocrisy within these religions? Why do they advocate one thing and exercise another? "
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